At the Victorian Rabbit Action Network, we are committed to promoting community led action on rabbit management in Victoria and supporting people to work together for more effective and sustainable rabbit control.

What does VRAN do?

The primary aim of VRAN is to see feral rabbits gone from the Victorian landscape.

The way we do that is to provide the tools and networks to enable community, industry and government to implement best practice management in the control of feral rabbits.

VRAN run training and mentoring programs, deliver workshops on best-practice rabbit control, and support people and organisations to collaborate on rabbit action.

We also provide the occasional funding grants to support community learning, innovation and rabbit management.

Our ultimate goal is the long-term reduction in rabbits in Victoria so we can enhance and protect the natural environment and sustainable agriculture production and secure cultural heritage and community assets.


Hop on to our Facebook page

The Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) is now on Facebook! We’ll keep you up to date with everything you need to know about VRAN training …

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Grants Now Open- Apply Now!

VRAN are inviting community groups and organisations to apply for their new Community Grant program for 2021. VRAN Chair, Gerald Leach, says “VRAN have grants …

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VRAN Christmas Message from the Chair

2020 has been a  year of great challenge for everyone. I want to take the opportunity to reflect on some of the VRAN achievements for …

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NEW Website for VRAN

The Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) has launched a new website, to help support community action on rabbit management in Victoria. The site was developed …

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Working with contractors for effective rabbit control

You can employ an individual or a business to undertake or support you with rabbit control on your property. Having a reliable contractor with the …

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NAIDOC Week will be celebrated this week across Australia. It celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC stands for …

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Leaps & Bounds

VRAN would like to shine the spotlight on community led action in Victoria. We feature individuals and groups who are moving leaps and bounds in their community and tackling rabbit management in collaboration others. If you want to contribute your story contact us.
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