Corangamite Shire Council

  • Untold stories to come out

    UNTOLD stories in Corangamite could soon have a way of emerging.

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  • Russian roulette

    WHEN residents of Gnotuk Lane turn onto the Princes Highway the term ‘Russian roulette’ comes to mind.

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  • Cruise revamp hope

    THE end of the Camperdown Cruise might not be the last we see of classic cars cruising the streets and rockabilly dancers busting moves in the avenue.

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  • Works start on visitor centre

    DERRINALLUM was celebrating this week with the first sod turned on the town’s proposed new visitor centre at Mount Elephant.

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  • Friends group fights extension

    PLANS to expand quarry operations at the base of Mount Leura has prompted an objection from the Friends of Mount Leura Group.

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Unnecessary angst Dear Sir, Camperdown residents should know that the Camperdown Botanic Gardens and Arboretum Trust Inc. (CBGAT) did NOT represent all of its members when it decided to oppose plans for the Lakes and Craters Holiday Park (LCHP) developments. The rank and file members did not even know of the VCAT action until it […]

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  • Park plans within boundaries

    PLANNED development works for Camperdown’s caravan park were clarified this week in a bid to rectify several public misconceptions about the project.

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  • Total revamp planned for BP roadhouse

    CAMPERDOWN’S BP service station and 24 hour roadhouse is set to be completely rebuilt at a cost of between $4 million and $5 million.

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  • Moving on after 42 years

    AFTER 42 years in local government, Corangamite Shire manager economic development and tourism Terry Binder is calling it a day.

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  • Van park access alters

    THEY look impenetrable, but the new ‘boom’ gates installed at Camperdown’s caravan park this week are not designed to keep locals out.

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