More than 2 million people visit the Dandenong Ranges National Park each yea
This aerial photograph of the national parks shows all of the park boundary.
The park includes important cultural heritage sites and buildings
Different uses are allowed in particular zones in the park
Visitor management is an important part of protecting the park
Management objectives outline why we have national parks
Conservation covers not only animals and plants, but also landforms and rivers too
Working with local communities is an important part of park management
Park management also involves working with adjacent land holders
The Management Plan provides detail on how the park will be managed
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