Mt Hickey case study
A planned burn conducted in 2015 slowed the spread of a bushfire caused by an unattended campfire.
Djandak Wi - Traditional Burning Returns
FFMVic has partnered with Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation to restore traditional burning to its rightful place in the landscape.
Our people and fire: Parks Victoria roles
Meet some of the Parks Victoria staff who protect communities from bushfires.
Mulching reduces bushfire risk in the Otways
In 2020, FFMVic began a mulching program to reduce bushfire risk around communities in the Otway district.
Wilsons Prom ecological burn
Ecological planned burning is a way of using fire to help restore and renew fire adapted ecosystems.
Protecting Victoria's parks and communities
Parks Victoria is essential to the fire effort across Victoria, being the custodians of over four million hectares of state parks and forests.
Gippsland’s strategic fuel breaks network
Planning is underway to strengthen and expand Gippsland’s network of strategic fuel breaks
2021 Fire Investigation Training
Trainees from FFMVic and the Country Fire Authority learn how to search for clues at simulated bushfires.
Gippsland seasonal outlook 2021 – 2022
Fire season in Gippsland demands rigorous planning and preparation, even in mild seasons with above average rainfall.
Page last updated: 22/09/23