Have your say on improvements to the oversight and management of the Great Ocean Road Region by completing the online survey below by 30 April 2018, attending one of the community forums and/or emailing your submission to email@example.com.
About the project
The governance of the Great Ocean Road Region includes a myriad of policies, legislation, regulation, regional strategies and more than fourteen responsible public entities including five councils, two coastal committees, two water corporations, two catchment management authorities, Parks Victoria, VicRoads and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.
The Great Ocean Road Taskforce (the Taskforce) was established to review the effectiveness of current governance arrangements and recommend governance reforms by the end of 2018. The purpose of the reforms is to strengthen protections of the landscape setting, improve the visitor experience, provide greater certainty in land-use planning and attract investment proposals that will benefit visitors and local communities.
The Taskforce would like to hear your views on the ideas in Governance of the Great Ocean Road Region Issues Paper and any other ideas you may have about improving the management and oversight of the Great Ocean Road and its landscapes.
Read the Issues Paper
The Governance of the Great Ocean Road Region Issues Paper was released on 21 March 2018 to promote discussion and seek feedback on opportunities to improve the oversight and management of the Great Ocean Road and its landscapes.
Your views will inform:
- The Taskforce deliberations and development of reform recommendations.
- Government’s response to the recommended governance reforms.