The Anglesea Futures Community Conversations is a community forum coordinated by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Surf Coast Shire Council and Parks Victoria.

It provides an important vehicle for community discussion on a range of issues including future land use, the heath, water and the future implications for the Anglesea region after the closure of the coalmine and power station on 31 August 2015.

This year the conversation series is focused on the future use of the Anglesea power station, coal mine and the Anglesea Heath.

Land Use Scenarios

The Victorian Government, together with Surf Coast Shire and Parks Victoria, have prepared a Land Use Scenarios Discussion Paper for community engagement.

How to be involved

Consultation on preferred land uses for the Anglesea Futures Study Area has now closed.

Feedback on land use scenarios received through the workshop, the on-line survey and submissions will inform the preparation of the draft Anglesea Futures Land Use Plan, which will be released for comment later in 2017. The discussion on land use scenarios builds on the earlier conversation on land use ideas and will inform the preparation of a draft land use plan later in 2017.


Land Use Scenarios from the Community Workshop

These land use scenarios were made by the community at the Land Use Scenario Workshop held on the 20 August 2017.