Timboon Precinct Plan

Submissions closed on 21 July 2024, 05:00 PM


Project Overview

Corangamite Shire Council have now developed a new Precinct Plan which will support the future growth of the town, including enhancing tourism and economic development opportunities for Timboon.

Download the draft Timboon Precinct Plan(PDF, 57MB)


The Timboon Precinct Plan arises from the Positioning Timboon and Simpson Structure Plan, 2020, the Community Plan, from Grow and Prosper, as well as community interest, to support the growth of the town, with a consistent vision, and to enhance tourism opportunities within the town.

There have been a number of approaches recently from community and businesses with regard to the use and function of the precinct around Powers Creek, the village green, Senior Citizens and Railway Shed in the centre of Timboon. Increasingly, the area is being seen as a tourism/events area and is a central hub at the intersection of the Camperdown to Timboon Rail Trail and the Twelve Apostles Trail – Timboon to Port Campbell. While streetscape works and community planning projects have occurred, as well as private sector investment into the Railway Shed Distillery and the Ice-creamery, this has been without reference to an overall Masterplan or Urban Design Framework for the precinct or town. With multiple landowners and managers, it is important that a design and land use Framework be in place to ensure that future public sector investment and community benefits are best realised. 

A Draft Precinct Plan

Engaging with the community and other key stakeholders has helped to establish a community-lead vision. Using the feedback received, a Draft Precinct Plan has now been prepared by the project team.

Download the draft Timboon Precinct Plan(PDF, 57MB)

Please provide your feedback using the submissions box below.

The Draft Plan has been informed by a wide range of community feedback including:

  • A community visioning event held in the Timboon Town Square
  • An online community feedback survey
  • Engagement with the Timboon P-12 school
  • A design charrette to workshop emerging design principles and actions
  • Ongoing engagement with the community Project Working Group

To view a full summary of what we’ve heard, you can read the Community Engagement Report.