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Strategic Planning (Firm)
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1993
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Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment issuing body.
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Books
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1992
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Reid, Rowan. Stewart, Andrew. Otway Agroforestry Network (Vic.) National Farm Forestry Program (Australia)
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Books
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1995
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Loney, Jack Kenneth.
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Books
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1969
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Journal
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2005-2006
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Loney, Jack Kenneth.
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Books
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1989
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Consulting Environmental Engineers. Victoria. Department of Water Resources.
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Books
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1986
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Marriner, Cyril.
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Books
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1987
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Du Cros, Hilary. Victoria Archaeological Survey. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment.
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Books
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1990
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Platt, Stephen J., author. Adair, Robin J., author. White, Matt (Matthew D.), author. Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment, issuing body.
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Books
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2008
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Westbrooke, M. E. (Martin E.) Wilson, B. Laidlaw, S. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. Deakin University.
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Books
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1990
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Flinn, D. W. (David William) Marks, G. C. (Geoffrey Charles) Borough, C. J. Snowdon, P. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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Books
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1980
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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2010
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Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Forest Resource Inventory.
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Electronic Resources
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"The Statewide Forest Resource Inventory (SFRI) will provide the first comprehensive, standardised statement of the State's native forest resources. SFRI data is used for forecasting sustainable yield, strategic planning, and a range of other investigations such as 'old growth' mapping".
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2002
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Mary Sheehan and Associates (Firm), author.
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Books
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1998
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Mary Sheehan and Associates (Firm), author. Colac Otway (Vic. : Shire). Council.
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Books
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2003
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Parks Victoria. Forest Fire Management Victoria.
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Maps
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2016
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Krausé, F. M. (Ferdinand M.) Geological Survey of Victoria.
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Manuscript
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Geological field survey notes and sketches for various locations.
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1872
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Parks Victoria. Forest Fire Management Victoria.
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Maps
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2016
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Victorian Environmental Assessment Council.
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Books
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About half the land in the Otways Vic region is public land including one relatively small national park (Otways National Park), three state parks (Angahook-Lorne, Carlisle and Melba Gully), large areas of state forest and a variety of other public land categories. The purpose of this investigation was to assess and make recommendations on public land use in the Otways and specifically to determine the boundaries of a single national park from Anglesea to Cape Otway. This document provides detailed background information to the investigation for public comments and includes an outline of the system of public land use categories in the study area, documents the values, uses and resources of public land in the study area, and discusses some draft approaches to resolving the issues associated with public land use planning in the Otways. Lists of flora and fauna species are included in the appendices.
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2003
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Electronic Resources
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This CD-ROM contains photographs and descriptions of 629 species of native and non-native plants that grow in or near (within 5 km or so) the Otway National Park.
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2001
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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The Great Otway National Park, Otway Forest Park and Anglesea heath are situated south west of Melbourne. The Otways provide some great opportunities to pursue outdoor recreation activities. This brochure will provide you with trail bike information for riders to enjoy the natural features of the Otways.
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2010
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Sumner, R. Victoria. Historical Services Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1981
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Geelong Regional Tourist Authority.
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Books
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1976
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Otway (Vic.). Council.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1976
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Lake Beaac Steering Committee. Sinclair Knight Merz (Firm) Parks Victoria. Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Colac Otway Shire.
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Books
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1998
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Thompson, Bruce R.
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Books
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1971
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Otway Health and Community Services (Vic.)
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Journal
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2010-2013
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Du Cros, Hilary. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. Victoria Archaeological Survey.
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Books
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1990
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Victoria. Ministry for Planning and Environment.
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Books
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1986-1987
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McIntosh, Ida. Colac (Vic.). Council. Colac (Vic.) Council.
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Books
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1988
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Witter, Dan C. Victoria Archaeological Survey.
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Books
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1984
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Barwon Community Road Safety Council. Roadsafe Victoria (Community Road Safety Councils of Victoria) Roads Corporation (Vic.)
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Books
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2006
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Edwards, J. Tickell, S. J. Abele, C. Geological Survey of Victoria. Victoria. Department of Manufacturing and Industry Development.
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Books
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1994
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Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. Colac Region.
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Books
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1991
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Presland, Gary. Victoria. Environmental Studies Division. Victoria. Ministry for Conservation. Victoria Archaeological Survey.
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Books
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1982
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Moss, Steve. Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands. Colac Region.
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Books
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1986
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Regional Innovation (Firm), author. Urbanomics (Firm), author. ASCET Warrnambool, author. Colac-Otway (Vic.). Council.
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Books
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2004
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Regional Innovation (Firm), author. Urbanomics (Firm), author. ASCET Warrnambool, author. Colac-Otway (Vic.). Council.
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Books
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2004
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Planisphere Urban Strategy Planners, author. Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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2003
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Roads Corporation (Vic.)
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Books
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This report is an accompanyment to the proposed Surf Coast Shire Planning Scheme Amendment C91 and the Colac Otway Planning Scheme Amendment C80. Approval of the PSA's will enable the construction of approximately 35 kilometres of 'M' standard road along the Princes Highway, between Winchelsea and Colac. Additional rehabilitation and improvement works through Colac up to Corangamite Street will complete this section of the National Road Network.
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2013
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Revie, D. J., author. Geological Survey of Victoria, issuing body Victoria. Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions, issuing body.
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Electronic Resources
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2019
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White, Susan Quilford. La Trobe University.
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Manuscript
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"Despite interest in the palaeontology, groundwater and tourist caves of the karst of the western Otway Basin, limited investigation of the karst landscape development and the processes has occurred. This study documents the overall features of the Gambier Karst Province and delineates its boundaries. The province comprises extensive area where cave and karst development is limited, interspersed with areas of atypical karst development. Two such karst sub regions are distinguished in the karst in the Tertiary limestones (Naracoorte and Glenelg River). These subregions contain karst assemblages with distinctive combinations of karst landform and process. At Naracoorte the caves are concentrated and range from simple single passages to complex multi level caves. The cave passages trend northwest/southeast and contain a range of fossiliferous clastic sediments and dated speleothems. Cave walls retain evidence of solutional features. Dolines, uvalas and blind valleys characterise the surface karst. In the Glenelg area the karst, despite similarities such as the orientation of cave passages, the caves are smaller, less complex and more strongly associated with the main surface drainage (Glenelg River). The syngeneric aeolianite karst is hosted within a different lithology; the Pleistocene dunes and their interdune swales that dominate the surface karst landscape. These shallow, prodominantly horizontal caves vary from large maze type systems to short single caves, and have formed under a hardened cap rock in the dune. It is widespread across the province where favourable conditions occur. This study includes the development of a model for the landscape history of the karst landscapes of Naracoorte, and Glenelg River areas of the western Otway Basin since the Pliocene. This model integrates the cave morphology and processes with groundwater and long term landscape data. This extends the current knowledge of the Gambier Karst Province and potentially contributes to more effective management of the karst of the province.
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2005
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