The Great Victorian Bike Ride will spend four days on the Great Ocean Road next week. Riders will reach the 12 Apostles on Tuesday 29 November before heading to Apollo Bay on Wednesday, enjoying a rest day on Thursday and continuing on to Bellbrae on Friday. For the safety of riders, the Great Ocean Road […]read more →
The final community meetings for 2016 have been confirmed. They will be held at Wye River Surf Lifesaving Club on Saturday 10 December from 10.30am to 12noon and at the Treasury Theatre, 1 MacArthur St, East Melbourne on Tuesday, 13 December from 5.30pm to 7pm. The meetings will provide updates on remediation works for the landslide, […]read more →
The VicEmergency website has been upgraded and a new app launched to ensure Victorians continue to receive the best possible emergency information this summer. The VicEmergency app and website will provide warning and incident notifications about floods, storms, fires, earthquakes, tsunami, beach closures, shark sightings and more. A new single VicEmergency Hotline 1800 226 226, […]read more →
The Community Resilience Committee (CRC) is meeting on Friday 25 November 2016 to develop a Community Renewal Plan. The Plan will identify: Gaps and opportunities in the recovery work currently underway Recommended actions to be included in the Plan to achieve the community vision. Wye River and Separation Creek is a small, inclusive and respectful […]read more →
Works to install the retaining wall at the roadside below Paddy’s Path, between Wye River and Separation Creek, have commenced.
An artist impression of the design has been made available for the community, to give an idea of what the structure will look like.
This unique event has been reserved exclusively for these communities and their families who were affected by the bushfires, with 540 tickets available for purchase at a cost of $20 each. A special matinee screening will also be held for local school children (at no cost) at 11am the same day. Primary school children from […]read more →
During a warm and sunny Saturday 29 October, Wye River Fire Station hosted a Community Fire Preparedness Open House showcasing a wide range of agencies and bushfire preparedness information. The theme for this Open House was ‘Safer Together’ because only by all key agencies and the community working together can we effectively reduce the threat […]read more →
Wye River and Separation Creek community members are reminded to use concrete sleepers and other non-combustible material as they replace retaining walls on their property. The Christmas Day bushfire destroyed or damaged a significant number of retaining walls in the townships and the replacement or repair of these walls is important to ensure land stability. […]read more →
During the challenging few weeks we have just experienced, Grocon have continued to undertake work on locations across Wye River and Separation Creek that have been identified as high risk of landslide. So far Grocon has completed the installation of 20 retaining walls across Wye River and Separation Creek, with six other sites where remedial […]read more →