Join us at the Apollo Bay Coastal Projects Open Day

Published on 02 November 2023


We’re thrilled to announce the eagerly anticipated Coastal Projects Open Day event in Apollo Bay on Friday, 10 November and Saturday, 11 November, where locals are invited to drop-in at any time.

This two-day event, hosted at the Apollo Bay Golf Club, promises to be a fantastic opportunity for community members to connect with the Authority and learn more about a range of active projects that are underway in the local area.

Our team will be present, ready to discuss the projects they are spearheading, and representatives from the Department of Energy, Environment, and Climate Action will also join us to share insights on their projects.


Our team will be on hand to answer questions and chat about a variety of projects including:

• Point Bunbury Path

• Land Management transfers in Apollo Bay

• Apollo Bay Recreation Reserve Masterplan

• Apollo Bay Harbour Redevelopment

• Mounts Bay Adaptation Plan – (Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action)  

• Coastal monitoring: Beachstat Research Stations – (Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action


Light refreshments and informative project handouts will be available and community members can drop-in anytime.  

The Coastal Projects Open Day is only the beginning of a series of events to connect and inform our communities along the Great Ocean Road.

Quotes attributable to Great Ocean Road Coast and Parks Authority CEO Jodie Sizer:

"The Great Ocean Road is a shared treasure, and the Coastal Projects Open Day is an excellent opportunity for everyone to learn about the progress of several important projects in Apollo Bay."

“We’re really looking forward to this opportunity to connect, share our progress and have insightful conversations with those who hold such valuable local knowledge."

"Keeping the community engaged in our projects is crucial. We believe in the power of community involvement and feedback to make these local projects even better."

"This is just the beginning. Our first Open Day sets the stage for similar events across the Great Ocean Road, ensuring that our local communities are at the forefront of our efforts."