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Allan Rampal

Allan RampalAllan Rampal is a retired National Park Ranger and Environmental Manager. He had a career spanning forty years involved in the management of Victoria’s National Park system from the Mallee dry country to the wet and damp rainforests of the Otways. His career put him in touch with all aspects of protected area management including engagement with Indigenous groups, fire management (still an accredited Operations officer) and Environmental programs.

Allan was the inaugural Ranger In Charge of the Otway National Park and had a significant hand in managing the transition of the logging of hardwood products to conservation and recreation use. He also kicked off the planning for the Great Ocean Walk, which today forms one of Victoria’s premier long distance walking tracks. Today Allan spends his time bushwalking, bird watching and travelling to central Australia where he is involved with a program to assist young Indigenous students with their reading skills.

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