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Webinars and one-on-one meetings with environmental and technical specialists complete

The Western Victoria Transmission Network Project hosted a series of community webinars throughout September where environmental and technical specialists presented their findings to date and answered questions about the existing conditions in their specialist area. In October, technical specialists across a range of specialist area were available for one-on-one meetings to answer questions about existing conditions which will inform the impact assessment reports for the Environment Effects Statement (EES).

Webinars are and meetings with technical specialists are now complete.

You can find recording so these webinars on the right hand side of this page. Recordings are available for the following topics:

  • Corridor selection process
  • Biodiversity
  • Compensation and valuation
  • Electric and magnetic fields (EMF)
  • Bushfire
  • Agriculture
  • Landscape and visual impact


Minutes of Community Consultation Groups (CCGs) meetings

The Western Victoria Transmission Network Project Community Consultation Groups (CCG) were established and met for the first time in April 2021.
The fourth meeting was held on 25 August 2021. You can find the minutes of this meeting here along with a project overview and a presentation about landowner engagement and access. Minutes of all CCG meetings will continue to be published on this website.

Nominations for the Community Consultation Groups have now closed - if you are still interested in being involved please email us info@westvictnp.com.au.

Webinars and one-on-one meetings with environmental and technical specialists complete

The Western Victoria Transmission Network Project hosted a series of community webinars throughout September where environmental and technical specialists presented their findings to date and answered questions about the existing conditions in their specialist area. In October, technical specialists across a range of specialist area were available for one-on-one meetings to answer questions about existing conditions which will inform the impact assessment reports for the Environment Effects Statement (EES).

Webinars are and meetings with technical specialists are now complete.

You can find recording so these webinars on the right hand side of this page. Recordings are available for the following topics:

  • Corridor selection process
  • Biodiversity
  • Compensation and valuation
  • Electric and magnetic fields (EMF)
  • Bushfire
  • Agriculture
  • Landscape and visual impact


Minutes of Community Consultation Groups (CCGs) meetings

The Western Victoria Transmission Network Project Community Consultation Groups (CCG) were established and met for the first time in April 2021.
The fourth meeting was held on 25 August 2021. You can find the minutes of this meeting here along with a project overview and a presentation about landowner engagement and access. Minutes of all CCG meetings will continue to be published on this website.

Nominations for the Community Consultation Groups have now closed - if you are still interested in being involved please email us info@westvictnp.com.au.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Registrations for these webinars are now closed.

    In late September our technical specialists will be holding a series of webinars on a range of important topics. 

    We encourage you to join us and learn more about the existing conditions across the Western Victorian Transmission Network Project area of interest. The existing conditions will inform the impact assessment reports for the Environment Effects Statement (EES). 

    There will be an opportunity at the end of each presentation to ask questions. 

    Register below to join us live and to and to ask any questions of out technical specialists. Registrations will close 48 hours prior to each session

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Registrations for these webinars are now closed.

    We are holding two webinars on Thursday 16 September to show you how the single corridor was selected and to answer questions about the process itself. 

    These webinars will be recorded and be available on the project website.

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  • Nominations have now closed - if you are still interested in being involved please email us info@westvictnp.com.au

    In February and March 2021, AusNet Services sought nominations for members for three Western Victoria Transmission Network Project Community Consultation Groups.

    The Community Consultation Groups (CCGs) are based in the east, central and west of the project, with the aim of enhancing communication both within the community and between the community and the project. 

    The Community Consultation Groups will: 

    • Provide a transparent, representative and accessible forum to assist with identification and discussion of issues of community interest related to the project. 

    • Provide a forum for information about the project to be shared with community representatives and invite feedback and suggestions on a range of project matters.

    • Receive briefings on specific local issues, impacts and benefits associated with the project and provide feedback to the project team. 

    • Increase understanding about the project within the community, capture community feedback and suggestions and help identify and shape future community engagement opportunities. 

    • Provide advice on potential benefit sharing projects recommended by the community 

    Nominees were required to: 

    • Have a clear interest in or connection to the project. 

    • Bring a broad range of backgrounds and interests in the community, such as in local government, agriculture, environment, business, cultural heritage, transport and emergency services. 

    • Be able to represent different elements of the community, such as gender, abilities, age, ethnicity and cultural background.

    Members were selected so that the groups are geographically representative, comprise a diverse range of perspectives, demographics and backgrounds, and have strong community connections.



    Nominations now closed
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