THE Grampians and Mt Arapiles have reopened, but to day visitors only.
Parks Victoria closed the Grampians National Park and Mount Arapiles-Tooen State Park at the start of April to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
On Wednesday, the authority stated it had reopened most of its reserves, parks, beaches and historic places for day visitors.
Some sites remain closed to comply with physical distancing measures to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Parks Victoria-managed picnic shelters and tables will be open for use; however, barbecues, water fountains, playgrounds and outdoor gyms remain closed.
All campgrounds remain closed, and camping and overnight activities are not permitted.
In a statement, Parks Victoria said despite the changes, if people could stay at home, they must stay at home.
Visitors must maintain state government requirements of groups of no more than 10 people, and physical distancing of 1.5 metres.
These sites to remain closed to meet physical distancing standards:
Parks Victoria rangers will patrol open and closed parks and work with Victoria Police and Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning officers to monitor compliance with the chief health officer's directions.
People can learn more about park closures and affected visitor sites at parks.vic.gov.au/COVID19
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