Twelve Apostles Trail - Final Stage


The 16 km section of trail from Timboon to the Wannon Water treatment plant (opposite Gristede’s farm) can now be used. There are two bridges that still need to go in along the Curdievale Port Campbell Road and Timboon Peterborough Road section, so take care and follow the detour signs. The bridges are being fabricated off-site. The section from the treatment plant to the Port Campbell town look-out should be completed in the next few weeks.

What’s next?

We now turn our focus to the last two kilometres along the Great Ocean Road and into Port Campbell. CivilNow has been appointed to build this final and more complex section. You may have seen work crews around Campbells Creek bridge looking at Telstra and Wannon Water services, as well as vegetation in the area.

There are more planning approvals to work through and community engagement to be done around the local Biolinks project and young vegetation that will be impacted in this area.

Plans for the final section will be available on our website in the near future.

Thanks to residents for continued patience while we complete the final piece of the jigsaw. Also thanks to Parks Victoria for supportingand progressing the project.

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Paaratte Recreation Reserve

This mid-way point between Timboon and Port Campbell has new picnic facilities, with new toilets and the shelter shed refurbs on the way. Some large cypress trees were removed. Thanks to committee members for guidance on this project.

Closing the Loop

Recycling plastic fencing materials have been used along the trail and seats will be installed in the coming month.