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Weather impacting Wye River and Separation Creek

The State Emergency Services is urging Victorians to remain vigilant with more heavy rain expected over coming days. With the soil already saturated from a very wet winter, further rainfall only increases the risks in the bushfire affected landscape of Wye River and Separation Creek. To help inform residents and visitors of the risks Colac […]

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Storm water management announced

The Victorian Government has announced $3 million in funding to help improve storm water management across Wye River and Separation Creek. This funding will help stabilise the bushfire-affected terrain and reduce the risk of landslides. More information on how the $3 million will be spent will be provided by Colac Otway Shire, when working through […]

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Wye River Foreshore Camping Reserve infrastructure

Ideas, values and constraints gathered from the Wye River and Separation Creek community for the new buildings at the Wye River Foreshore Camping Reserve are reflected in the final design for this project. The final design plan interprets community input and translates into buildings that meet the bushfire assessment level for the site, its valuable […]

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SES to manage landslide incidents

From 1 September 2016, the State Emergency Service (SES) will be taking the lead for any landslide incidents in Victoria. Victoria Police, as the current coordinator of the Regional Emergency Management Team established to monitor and oversee risk reduction works in Wye River and Separation Creek, will be working with the SES to look at […]

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