The Barwon Coast, centred on the townships of Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove, combines a broad estuary system, fragile dunes and long surf beaches, producing a landscape with high environmental and conservation values. The coastal and marine environment is rich in both Aboriginal cultural heritage and European heritage.
The Barwon Coast Committee of Management has the responsibility for the management of the coastal Crown land reserves from beach access 7W at Collendina on the eastern boundary of Ocean Grove, through to 42W Blue Rocks to the west of 13th Beach. Barwon Coast is also responsible for the management of Riverview Family Caravan Park, Riverside Camp Ground, Barwon Heads Caravan Park and the port water of Barwon Heads.
Barwon Coast Committee of Management Inc. (Barwon Coast) is appointed by the Victorian State Government to manage 15km of coastal Crown land through the Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads townships, along the Bass Strait coast of the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Barwon Coast has the charter to protect and enhance the natural environment and provide opportunities for the community to enjoy the coastline.
The Barwon Coast is an area of great natural beauty with significant geomorphology, wildlife habitat and cultural heritage. Informed management of the coast into the future will continue to ensure protection of these valuable attributes. The Barwon Coast community consists of residents from both Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads towns, volunteer organisations and the thousands of visitors to our shores each year. Community input and ownership is an integral part of coastal management and Barwon Coast recognises the valuable contributions that volunteers make to our community and the environment we manage.
The coastline provides an inspiring range of visual character and habitat for a diverse range of animals and plants as well as supports our use and suitable development. The Barwon Coast vision statement is: “As the custodian of the Barwon Coast environs, we will ensure its ecological diversity for present and future generations". This vision is reflected in our broad estuary system, fragile dunes and long beach’s producing a landscape that includes Coastal Moonah Woodlands and wetlands with high environmental biodiversity and conservation values.
The Discovery Phase- Our developers perform research and brainstorming before picking up any tasks to ensure the development of the desired functionalities in one go.
The Execution Phase- After gathering all the nuts and bolts to proceed, it’s time for project execution. Our developers and quality analysts followed the development process for execution and worked side-by-side to achieve the project aims. Our project managers also did regular reviews to check the progress of the project went smoothly and according to the time.
Sprint Base Project Delivery- Developer is involved in taking the client’s priorities on tasks. This process helps us to meet the client’s expectations in the best possible manner and ensure the timely delivery of the tasks.
The Deployment Phase- When a task is ready and tested it is deployed on the Heroku server.
Barwon Heads Sustainability Group
Friends of the Bluff
Friends of the Hooded Plovers Bellarine
Ocean Grove Coastcare
Friends of the Lobster Pot