The Victorian Coastal Council ceased operation on 30 June 2018. The contents on this archived website and linked documents are provided as a public record of the activities of the former Victorian Coastal Council. This archived website may contain references to activities or policies that have no current application.
Between August 1995 and 30 June 2018, the Victorian Coastal Council (VCC) was the Victorian Government's peak advisory body on coastal management. The role of the VCC was to provide strategic direction and improve the coordination of coastal planning and management in Victoria.
The VCC (and the three regional coastal boards) ceased on 30 June 2018 when the Coastal Management Act 1995 was replaced by the Marine and Coastal Act 2018. The new Act established the Victorian Marine and Coastal Council as the peak advisory body about coastal and marine issues.
Page last updated: 17/06/19