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Overview

Funded by the Geelong City Deal, the $126 million Twelve Apostles Precinct Redevelopment projects delivers infrastructure projects in the Shipwreck Coast region. The Project includes the Visitor experience Centre (delivered by Development Victoria), and the Private Sector Business Enablement Fund (delivered by others).

Once complete, the Twelve Apostles Precinct will change how visitors experience the region. It will provide safer and easier access to nature’s greatest attractions, while protecting the environment and cultural history at this spectacular location.

Community Engagement

The project team engaged with the community in 2023 to better understand how people use and what they value most about the precinct.  

For more information visit Engage Victoria, or download the Engagement Summary Report in the Resources tab.

$126 million investment (entire project scope)

Twelve Apostles Precinct Redevelopment

 

The new Twelve Apostles Visitor Experience Centre is the focus of the precinct’s infrastructure works. Once complete, the centre will be the gateway to the Shipwreck Coast, enhancing and protecting the region’s iconic beauty. The works include:

  • Visitor Experience Centre building and lookout with full universal access 
  • Delivery of a high-quality Welcome Garden 
  • Integrated car and bus parking, including emergency service connectivity  
  • New road infrastructure and road upgrades
  • Landscaping works to target pathways and road edging. 


Location

Development Victoria acknowledges the Eastern Maar people as the Traditional Custodians of the land.

Updated on 16 May 2024