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About Us

The OGCA was formed in early 2003 in response to community concern about two major issues that arose in 2002: The threat to the Customer Service Centre and The unfair hikes in Council rates for coastal communities. These issues sparked

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Ocean Grove town boundary

Ocean Grove Settlement Boundary

To see the latest update please visit our “News” tab Many of you will be aware of the continuing pressure on the existing Ocean Grove town boundaries. It was great to see the recently amended (May 2021) City of Greater

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Footpath Missing on Eggleston_St_Ocean_Grove


Update 2022 The Ocean Grove PPNWe were pleased to see Council finally make a decision on the Principal Pedestrian Network for Ocean Grove after seven years. OGCA pushed hard for a decision to be made and for the cost to

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Welcome to the OGCA!

The Ocean Grove Community Association provides a forum for residents and rate payers to work together to improve life in Ocean Grove for all.

Members of the Association are interested in a wide range of topics including the urban development of Ocean Grove, transport and traffic issues, and environmental concerns. When necessary, OGCA represents the community in discussions with Federal, State and Municipal Governments. OGCA encourages, fosters and, sometimes, coordinates community activities within Ocean Grove and the district.

OGCA AGM - 7pm 3 August 2022

Due to the increasing levels of Covid in the community the OGCA AGM and Guest Speaker Presentation was held via Zoom.  We believe this was the responsible approach. 

The meeting commenced at 7pm on Wednesday 3 Aug with the AGM taking about 15 minutes and then moved onto our guest speaker Lawry’s presentation. Lawry’s talk, including time for questions, ran for an hour.

Professor Lawry St Leger was the Dean of the Faculty of Health at Deakin University for seven years and has also worked extensively with the World Health Organization in supporting national and international health related programs in Europe, Asia and North America.

Lawry spoke on a range of health related topics with a focus on Connection to Nature and the benefits to and impacts on youth learning of such connections including Australian and international developments and experiences in that space and on social media and youth learning. Lawry will draw on his knowledge and experience and to talk to us in a conversational style including some fascinating anecdotes.

Enough is Enough- Sign our petition

Enough is Enough campaign to protect the Ocean Grove Settlement Boundary is still running – please sign our on line petition via the link below.

We anticipate the release by DELWP, after Covid delays, sometime in August 2022, of the DEWLP draft Statement of Planning Policy (SPP) for comment. See our posts from the latest situation.

Support the Bellarine DAL

Friday’s group photo is advertising a rally being organised by the CBCA (Combined Bellarine Community Association) to show support for the Bellarine DAL Program. It will be held on 14 August at St Leonards.

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We want to keep this view north of the OG Park