With new laws set to transform Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) from 1 July 2021, EPA will be at council offices throughout the Gippsland region to host a series of information sessions for business and the community. 

The new laws make protecting the environment everyone’s responsibility and are the most far reaching reforms in the space in 50 years. 

EPA will be on hand to help people understand how they are affected and what they can do to contribute to the ongoing health of the environment.

Join them at the following locations:

East Gippsland Shire
Wednesday 19 May 10am – 3pm
Mallacoota BRV Hub at 62 Maurice Ave, Mallacoota

Thursday 20 May10am – 3pm
Omeo Service Centre, 179 Day Ave, Omeo                                     

Friday 21 May 10am – 3pm
Bairnsdale Library, 22 Service Street Bairnsdale                                           

Friday 28 May 10am – 3pm
Latrobe City Council Office, 141 Commercial Road, Morwell

Bass Coast
Tuesday 1 June 10am – 3pm
Bass Coast Shire Council Office, 76 Mcbride Ave, Wonthaggi

South Gippsland
Tuesday 8 June 10am – 3pm
South Gippsland Shire Council Memorial Hall, 6-8 McCartin St, Leongatha

Baw Baw
Friday 4 June 10am – 3pm
Baw Baw Shire Council Office, 33 Young Street Drouin

Wednesday 16 June 10am – 3pm
Wellington Shire Council Office, 18 Desailly Street, Sale

Council officers will also be available to help with local business opportunities. To read more about the new EPA laws go http://www.epa.vic.gov.au


Reviewed 10 May 2021