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Call for L2P Mentors

Would you like to make a positive change in the life of a young person, or perhaps make our roads safer for the entire community? If you answered yes then you should consider becoming a Mentor in the L2P Driver Mentor Program.

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Community survey underway

Corangamite Shire residents may find themselves being contacted in the coming weeks by callers from JWS Research as part of the annual community satisfaction survey.
CEO Andrew Mason said the Local Government Community Satisfactio...

Planning amendment on exhibition

Public feedback is being sought on the proposed changes to the Corangamite Shire Planning Scheme resulting from a review undertaken late last year.

The Planning Scheme Amendment is a chance to refresh and update Council’s local plann...

Geoff Smith awarded OAM

Former Corangamite Shire Councillor and Mayor Geoff Smith has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM).

Directional arrows a reminder to drive on the left

Directional white arrows have been painted on busy local tourist routes in Corangamite Shire as a reminder to international visitors to drive on the left-hand side of the road in Australia.

The $15,000 project has been jointly funded by Vi...

Don't miss Shakespeare's Macbeth FREE THIS WEEKEND

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience outdoor theatre in the atmospheric Camperdown Botanic Gardens this wee...

Port Campbell hosts first round of skate, scooter and BMX series

Port Campbell skate park will host round one of the Barwon South Western Series (BSWS) skate, scooter and BMX comp on Thursday 26 January 2017.

The Port Campbell (Australia Day) round is the first of eight skate park events that will be he...

Funding boost for Foxhow Road

Part of the State Governments recently announced $40 million investment to upgrade narrow roads is coming Corangamite’s way.

Mayor Jo Beard said after numerous years of advocacy by Council and residents, funding from the State Gov...

Free outdoor theatre and live music for Burns Day

Pack a rug and a picnic, invite family and friends, and be transported to 16th century Scotland with a free stage pro...