Lorne caring along the Bert Alsop Track


The Bert Alsop Track is a scenic walking track along the Lorne foreshore, linking North Lorne to the town’s centre and offering views across Louttit Bay and is a popular route for cyclists, walkers, and joggers.

Over the past 6 months the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee’s conservation team has been busy with the woody weed removal that started with the Green Army program in 2016, and the end of 2017 saw all of the woody weeds from the start of the track to the ‘Fat Ladies’ car park removed. This was done with the generous help of a Ford corporate group, LorneCare volunteers, and Great Ocean Road Coast’s conservation and foreshore teams.

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Northern Bay College students lend a hand


A group of year 9 students from Northern Bay College have been doing some fantastic environmental work throughout term one with Great Ocean Road Coast Committee’s Coast Guardians program.

The year 9 students have been working closely with Great Ocean Road Coast’s Hilary Bouma, Education Coordinator of the Coast Guardians program, doing a variety of activities in their adopted area of Spring Creek, Torquay.

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The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee is


The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee is trialing the use of Erskine Paddock in Lorne for overflow car parking this summer. Following community feedback on the need for more parking in Lorne during peak times, the trial will involve opening part of the paddock for cars for weekends, public holidays and days of high visitation – as it is during the annual Pier to Pub.
Parking will be strictly from 10am to 7pm through the January trial period.
For any feedback on the trial please email info@gorcc.com.au. http://ow.ly/i/Bvss7

Refurb for the Inverlochy Anchor in Anglesea


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Original diver Jon Arthur, AMYC President Wes Smith with The Sun article from 1962, and Richard Davies, CEO GORCC

The Anglesea Motor Yacht Club has restored the famous Inverlochy anchor thanks to members of the club, local tradesmen, an experienced local conservator and a Great Ocean Road Coast Committee Coastal Grant for $2,869.

Anglesea Motor Yacht Club’s Wes Smith and Great Ocean Road Coast Committee’s Richard Davies were joined at the site by long time local Jon Arthur, who along with three mates originally retrieved the anchor in the early 1960s, creating media interest at the time.

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