Latest Corangamite Shire Council News

Council seeks input on managing community assets
Help elect Timboon and Port Fairy as Top Tourism Towns
Cobden residents invited to have say on town’s future direction
Council calls for Port Campbell project tenders
Council welcomes Noorat phone coverage upgrade
Mayor welcomes road funding pledge
First community flag raising will support diversity
Grant application deadline looms
Draft Rural Roadside Management Plan out for comment
First riders hit Twelve Apostles Trail
Free flu immunisation for children under five
Great South Coast inspired to be digital region
Director Rae leaving Corangamite after 10 years
Update on Port Campbell town revitalisation
Mount Noorat committee seeks new members
Building Better Boat Ramp At Lake Bullen Merri
Applications open for annual grants programs
Workshop to shine light on renewable energy
Tracks festival to rock Timboon
Mounts Committee seeks new members
Council welcomes much-needed road safety funding
Bullen Merri ramp installation to start this week
Artists selected for Skipton art project
Council welcomes new Manager Works
2022 Community Satisfaction Survey underway
2022 Australia Day Award recipients announced
Regional Development Minister visits three significant projects
More Housing For Workers In Great South Coast
Terang encouraged to plan so new BPLR not needed
Community celebrates Lavers Hill-Cobden Road reconstruction
Australia Day award nominees named 18 January
Ultrasound project aims to control algae at Lake Bullen Merri
Roadside slashing is well under way
Community members needed for housing reference groups
New operator for Timboon Children’s Centre
Corangamite lays out priorities for Government funding
Cr Gstrein returns as Mayor and Cr Conheady elected deputy
Look local this Christmas
Council swimming pools to reopen soon
Rediscover friendships with mobile cinema
Council adopts grand vision for theatre complex
Port Campbell residents needed for Community Reference Group
Road numbers save lives. Can yours be seen?
Australia Day Award nomination deadline extended
Planning amendment to open up industrial growth
Port Campbell Town Centre to go ahead
Pollen season brings asthma, hay fever risks
Businesses benefit after Council finds extra façade funding