Help us identify funding priority areas for long term coastal management

Current and future governments have to balance long term coastal management and responding to immediate problems.

On the map below use the marker to show your priority area for where the available funds need to be spent. Please also indicate the reasons for marking that particular spot.

Please place a green marker on the locations which you believe are high priorities for funding.

Please place a yellow marker on the locations which you would prioritise less funding.

Please place an orange marker on any location in which you believe does not need to be a priority for funding.

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Integrated Community Infrastructure Planning

Colac Otway Shire, in partnership with the Otway Coast Committee (OCC) and Department of Environment Land Water & Planning (DELWP) has commenced the preparation of the Apollo Bay Integrated Community Infrastructure Plan for Apollo Bay, Skenes Creek and Marengo.

There is a summary in the slides below. Click on each image to enlargen it.

There will be future consultation on these projects, however, if you have any questions on any of these projects please use the question box below to submit your question.


The diagram below shows the linkages between the 16 different projects planned in Apollo Bay, by four different government agencies.

These agencies are working in partnership with each other to effectively engage the community in the choices that will effect them.

Project Linkages
The 16 Projects planned for Apollo Bay

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