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Community feedback wanted on local caravan and camping needs by Bass Coast Shire Council
Bass Coast Shire Council is seeking feedback from the community on the caravan and camping options that are available across the region.
Community consultation for this engagement will be held online at 'Camping needs in Bass Coast' page from Friday, 8 April until Sunday, 8 May. Bass Coast Shire Mayor, Cr Michael Whelan, said that with its close proximity to Melbourne, Bass Coast is popular with visitors, for both short and long stays.
Over an hour drive south-east of Melbourne, the Bass Coast offers over 180 kilometres of spectacular coastline, beautiful wilderness areas, scenic hinterland and a laid back lifestyle
Cr Whelan said, "Our region offers over 180 kilometres of spectacular coastline, beautiful wilderness areas, scenic hinterland and a laid back lifestyle. Day trips can be a lot of fun, but less than 24 hours spent in our magnificent region just isn't enough."
"That's why many visitors choose to stay and play longer. Whether you've stayed with us before, or intend to in the future, we'd love to hear your feedback on what your caravan and camping needs are.Every voice counts and we want to hear yours, to provide us with information that we can consider when making decisions around accommodation in the future," Cr Whelan concluded.
For more information or to provide feedback, visit 'Camping needs in Bass Coast' page or contact council's coordinator property at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671 2211.
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