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Water tank location confirmed

Work to install a water tank donated to the Wye River and Separation Creek communities is set to begin following a community vote to determine its location. The Lions Club of Lorne donated the 19,000-litre tank to the towns following the Christmas Day bushfires. Community members were provided an opportunity to nominate their preference online, […]

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The Wye River Book Club

The weather is warming up in Wye River and Separation Creek, but there are still a few cooler months ahead. If you’re looking for a quiet afternoon activity before summer rolls around, the Wye River Book Club can help. WyeSep Connect got in touch with the Book Club’s members to learn about their winter reads. [...] read more →
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Community Environment Day

Local residents and visitors are invited to join the Wye River and Separation Creek Community Environment Day, following the Community Meeting in Wye River on Saturday 3 September. The event will commence with lunch at the Wye River Surf Lifesaving Club from 12pm, and followed by a nature talk where participants can meet local botanist […]

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Harrington Park Lights

Colac Otway Shire removed lights that were installed on Council owned and managed land without Council approval.  Harrington Park is a Council asset, managed by Colac Otway Shire for the benefit of the entire community. A number of community members expressed concern about the installation of the lights without consultation or Council approval. Council is […]

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A day with the birds

The native birds of Wye River and Separation Creek are among the area’s greatest natural features. Whether you’re an experienced birdwatcher, or just admire them from afar, you can learn more about them at the WyeSep Bird Day on Saturday 8 October – an initiative of the Community Resilience Committee’s Flora, Fauna and Beachscape Work […]

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Council rates notices

Property owners in Wye River and Separation Creek will have recently received their rate notices for 2016/17. All residents who had dwellings destroyed by the Christmas Day fires had their rates waived for 2015/16. The rate notices for these properties in 2016/17 are based on the land value for these sites. Those property owners who […]

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Changes to the landscape

As winter is coming to an end and the warmer spring weather is starting to loom, community members in Wye River and Separation Creek may notice changes to trees and tree stumps in the area. Changes may include coppice regrowth or epicormic growth, which are all a natural part of regrowth. Find out more about […]

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Consent deeds for arbory works

Property owners in Wye River and Separation Creek should now have received reports and consent deeds relating to the arbory works recommended for their private property. Property owners have until Friday 26 August to sign and return their consent deeds to Claire Hughes at Grocon via email [email protected] For questions regarding these consent deeds please […]

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Consent deeds for arbory works

Property owners in Wye River and Separation Creek should now have received reports and consent deeds relating to the arbory works recommended for their private property. Property owners have until Friday 26 August to sign and return their consent deeds to Claire Hughes at Grocon via email [email protected] For questions regarding these consent deeds please […]

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