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Parks Victoria, in partnership with Shire of Corangamite, Moyne Shire and Tourism Victoria, is developing a master plan for the 28 km stretch of coast from Princetown to Port Campbell, including the Port Campbell National Park and Bay of Islands Costal Park.
Parks Victoria and the project sponsors invite the public to attend community workshops being held on Saturday the 1 June. The workshops are first of a number of opportunities for the public to provide input into the development of the master plan.
There is a need to protect the Shipwreck Coast's extensive natural and cultural features while providing rich and engaging visitor experiences to support a sustainable tourism industry and the regional economy.
The planning will consist of three components:
- A master plan, which looks at the ideas for the various sites along the coast and the relationships between them.
- Plans for the interfaces between the parks and the townships of Princetown, Port Campbell and Peterbrorough to complement the Urban Design Frameworks for the townships already developed by the respective shires.
- Detailed site plans for up to 6 key visitor sites identified in the master plan.
The Shire of Corangamite is also leading a project to detail an extension of the Corangamite-Timboon Rail Trail through to Port Campbell, then along the coast, through Port Campbell National Park to Princetown. This technical work will form a major input to the master plan process.
The master plan will be compiled over a 12 month period during which there will be a number of further opportunities for input.
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