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Sections of Great Ocean Road reopened

The Great Ocean Road Landslides Incident Control Centre Update to the Wye River & Separation Creek Communities For Monday 26 September 2016 as at 12pm. Remember to go to www.emergency.vic.gov.au for up to date information regarding the current emergency situation along the Great Ocean Road. Click here to view the latest newsletter from the Colac ICC. Thanks to […]

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Great Ocean Road landslides update from Colac ICC

The Great Ocean Rd Landslides Incident Control Centre Update to the Wye River & Separation Creek Communities For Saturday 24 September 2016 as at 3pm Wye River & Separation Creek Specific Update The Great Ocean Road between Wye River and Separation Creek remains closed on active landslide areas. Monitoring equipment is being sourced, expected to be in place Wednesday, to […]

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Update from the Lorne Community Hospital

Lorne Community Hospital psychologist Jay Robinson is continuing to support individuals in Wye River and Separation Creek and will be at a community meeting at the Wye River Surf Life Saving Club on Saturday 24 September from 3pm. GP Dr David Mullen is also supporting community members with access via phone or video link, for […]

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Update from the Colac ICC

Colac ICC Update to the Wye River & Separation Creek communities. Wye River & Separation Creek Specific Update: The Great Ocean Road between Wye River and Separation Creek remains closed on active landslide area. Monitoring equipment is being sourced to monitor earth movement on Paddy’s Path. Medium and long term strategies are being discussed. No foot access to […]

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Great Ocean Road remains open for business

Colac Otway Shire announced that Skenes Creek, Apollo Bay, Kennett River and Wye River remain open for business despite partial closures of the Great Ocean Road, and are accessible via inland routes through the Otways. Colac Otway Shire’s Chief Executive Officer Sue Wilkinson says signage to help direct traffic through towns and to the coast […]

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Join the Green Army

Young people keen to work on coastal environment projects can sign up for the Green Army, an initiative for young Australians aged 17-24 years to gain training and experience in environment and heritage conservation by participating in natural and cultural environment projects. The Southern Otway Landcare Network (SOLN) and Conservation and Ecology Centre (CEC) are […]

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