About Corangamite Shire
Corangamite is located on Victoria's Great South Coast and is home to the world renowned Twelve Apostles and Great Ocean Road. The Shire itself stretches from the Shipwreck Coast in the south, past the volcanic hinterland of Camperdown and up to the pastoral area of Skipton. Corangamite is a large rural Shire characterised by its rugged coastline, lakes and craters, and green pastures that are ideal for dairy farming. It is home to over 17,000 residents and attracts over 1.5 million visitors each year.
Visit the towns in Corangamite Shire . . . . . from Skipton in the north, Derrinallum and Lismore, Camperdown, Terang, Cobden, Timboon, to Port Campbell, Princetown, Simpson in the south.
We have embarked on a project to develop community Plans for each of our townships.
The Corangamite Shire area is rich in pastoral, indigenous and maritime history. Today, there are many reminders of our heritage – dry stone walls, homesteads, avenues, buildings and shipwreck relics.
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