Important Community Meetings

Darley Community Session

Understand the impacts on our region and what you can do to help

The transition to renewable energy doesn’t need to leave an army of transmission towers and a massive terminal station in its wake. Destroying the uniqueness of Western Victoria. There are better solutions that are not being considered.

  • The visual impact is shocking
  • Impact on property values is unsettling
  • Impact on agriculture is unacceptable
  • Tourism and the environment will suffer
  • Increased bushfire risk is disturbing

Learn more about

  • The legal challenge
  • Undergrounding HVDC
  • Land Access and options - Know your rights
  • Fires and transmission lines
  • Speak with your local MP’s

IF WE STAND TOGETHER, WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Stop AusNet's Towers Community Information Sessions

Clunes: Thursday, 25th November 6:30pm (Free BBQ)
Clunes Football and Netball Club, Ligar Street, Clunes

Myrniong / Ballan /Greendale: Friday, 26th November 6:30pm (Free BBQ)
Recreational Reserve, Hardy St, Myrniong

Darley/ Coimadai: Monday, 29th November 7:00pm
Darley Hub - 182 Hallett’s Way Darley

Springbank: Wednesday, 1st December 6:30pm (Free BBQ)
Springbank Football Club Rooms

Melton: Wednesday, 8th December 7:00pm
Melton Community Hall, 238 High Street, Melton 3337

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Stop AusNet’s Towers is demanding better consultation and a genuine process to consider alternatives.

The Moorabool Central Highlands Power Alliance comprises landowners, residents and community group concerned about the impacts of this project on our lives, land, environment, community and future generations

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