Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) launches new website

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 with ‘community’ front of mind and is aimed at helping people working in the rabbit management space, to increase their knowledge on best practice rabbit management and connect with others working in the industry.

Rabbits have been in our landscape for over a century destroying natural habitats, agriculture and cultural heritage and are listed as one of Australia’s biggest threats.


The new website contains information on best practice rabbit management, training programs, videos, grant programs, research and so much more.VRAN are also inviting community groups and organisations to apply for their new grant program.

VRAN Chair, Gerald Leach, says “VRAN have grants up to $5,000 to help community groups and organisations to raise awareness of the rabbit issue and best practice control methods”. The Community Action Grants will be opened just before christmas and closes 29 January 2021. More information on the grant program and can be found at www.vran.com.au.

This new digital resource and the grant program was developed through funding from the Australian Government Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper in collaboration with Agriculture Victoria.

Visit the VRAN site today to apply for a grant and help plan your summer rabbit program:
www.vran.com.au