Apollo Bay Calendar
Date/Time: Sunday, 31 January 2021 at 11am
Location: 13 Alice Court, Marengo
An informal community session to help you learn about fire danger, preparing for bushfire and different scenarios that could affect Marengo. Lots of opportunities to get your questions answered.
Bring a plate - stay for a chat.
Presented by the Fire Ready Apollo Bay project facilitator. Jamie Mackenzie has over 35 years’ experience in operational roles for bushfire and emergency response.
If you would like a Bushfire Session in your area, or missed out on one and would like more information, please contact:
Fire Ready Apollo Bay
Otway Forum Meeting @ Apollo Bay Youth Club
Have you any concerns or just want find out what’s happening in Apollo Bay. All welcome.
Formerly known as the Great Ocean Road Marathon, the event has grown to allow runners of all ages and fitness levels to participate in events ranging from the 1.5km Kid’s Gallop all the way up to the 60km Ultra Marathon. In order to make the event an even better weekend away for runners and their support crew, be it family or friends, we’re bringing you even more things to do in Apollo Bay & Lorne than ever before.
The spectacular setting of the iconic Great Ocean Road makes the Great Ocean Road Running Festival a must-do for your running checklist. Whether you’re travelling from regional Victoria, interstate or from around the world, this Festival based in Apollo Bay & Lorne is a great destination for a running weekend away.
Participants rave about the friendly, local feel of the event, with many coming back year after year. If you’re looking for your next big challenge, this is it.
Who Should Come: Locals interested in reducing their home power consumption/power bills as well as increasing the comfort and energy efficiency of their own homes.
Joining a panel of local leaders, two expert guest speakers **Alan Pears AM (pioneer of energy efficiency policy, environmental consultant, and Fellow at the Climate and Energy College, University of Melbourne) and **Andrea Pape (Sustainability Victoria, Strategic Coordinator, Barwon South West), will share their expertise and experience in making Victorian homes more energy efficient.
Participants will benefit from the practical experience and guidance offered by the speakers including ample opportunity for Q&A with the visiting experts and locals.
This Forum is supported with funding from the Colac Otway Shire's Community Grants program.
* Please note, SOS will launch a new community solar program on 1 June2021
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Bring a plate, bring a friend and bring a donation.
Enquiries: Sally (03) 5237 8590