Interested in joining the Painkalac Reservoir community and agency group?

We are looking for community members to join a community and agency group to discuss future uses of Painkalac Reservoir.

The reservoir will be taken out of service when Aireys Inlet and Fairhaven are connected to the greater Geelong supply system via a pipeline from Anglesea. Construction of the pipeline is scheduled to begin in July next year.

We are looking for 8–10 representatives from a range of sectors including residents, businesses, community groups and environmental groups to join up to four Barwon Water members in an advisory group.

Painkalac Reservoir community and agency group members should:

  • have an active interest in community and/or local environmental issues
  • preferably live in Aireys Inlet or Fairhaven
  • have strong community networks
  • possess a broad understanding of key issues in the Aireys Inlet and Fairhaven area
  • have a general appreciation of considerations associated with public spaces / community facilities.

Painkalac Reservoir community and agency group: terms of reference and expresssion of interest


We anticipate that the community and agency group will convene every second month until November 2015. We may need to meet more often, or extend the timings.

Expressions of interest are welcome until 5 pm, Friday 31 October 2014.

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