Parks Victoria is working with the Victorian Government to deliver the Shipwreck Coast Master Plan, a comprehensive program to protect the coast and improve visitor opportunities, highlighting the importance of the region for Victoria’s tourism economy.

Stage One consisted of a series of projects funded for $9.8 million, including three infrastructure projects within Port Campbell National Park and a digital upgrade at the Twelve Apostles. The projects include new world class lookouts at the Twelve Apostles Saddle and the Blowhole within the Loch Ard Precinct, as well as a new pedestrian bridge over Port Campbell Creek in the Port Campbell township.

Parks Victoria worked in close association with project partners including local and state government, as well as the Traditional Owners, Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation, to develop the three projects.

See our management plans and strategies for the Shipwreck Coast Master Plan.

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