Victoria Nature Festival

Your virtual window into nature.

The Victoria Nature Festival returned in 2021 for its second year full of creative ways to connect with and act for nature from home. The festival may be over, but we still have activities and resources for people of all ages, abilities, and interests to enjoy anytime.

Virtually explore and learn all about Victoria’s rich natural environment and wildlife with the Victoria Nature Festival, created by the Department of Environment, Land, Water, and Planning (DEWLP) and hosted by Victoria Together.

While the festival has finished, we still have plenty of recorded webinars, videos, podcasts, activities, and learning resources for you to enjoy. Whenever you're looking for a virtual window into nature, it will all be here for you to discover.

Activities, experiences and education

The Victoria Nature Festival may be over for 2021, but there's still so much to explore in nature. Here are activities, talks, podcasts, videos and other resources that you can enjoy anytime.

Available anytime
All abilities access at Serendip Sanctuary

Victoria Nature Festival

Part of the All Abilities walks series.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Video
Available anytime
All abilities access at Albert Park

Victoria Nature Festival

Part of the All Abilities walks series.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Video
Available anytime
Nature Journalling for Little Ones with Trace Balla

Victoria Nature Festival

Learn the art of nature journalling.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Children
  • Video
Available anytime
What do banks have to do with conservation and the climate crisis?

Victoria Nature Festival

Learn about this unique conservation story.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Video
Available anytime
Seeing the Invisible: artworks with AR

Victoria Nature Festival

An exhibition of augmented reality artworks.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Gallery (exhibition)
Available anytime
Welcome to Moora Moora

Victoria Nature Festival

Protecting forest on Mount Toolebewong

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Workshop
Available anytime
Fenced reserves – How far can conservation go?

Victoria Nature Festival

Learn the value of fencing to save wildlife.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Live stream
Available anytime
Jump on the bandi-wagon: Meet the Southern Brown Bandicoot

Victoria Nature Festival

Get on the bandi-wagon.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Children
  • Video
Available anytime
All abilities access at Ngamadjidji Shelter Walk

Victoria Nature Festival

Part of the All Abilities walks series.

  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Video

Welcome to Country

Learn all about Victoria’s rich natural environment and connecting to Country through Traditional Owners with the Victoria Nature Festival.

Connect to Country with Victoria Nature Festival
This is an image of a male staff member within Cranbourne Gardens. He is wearing a wide brimmed hat and a grey jacket. He is holding a lovely big bunch of eucalyptus leaves and in the background is a cloudy blue sky and native bushland.

Thanks to the Victoria Nature Festival partners