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Welcome to the website of the Belfast Coastal Reserve Action Group. We are a community group whose objective is to bring together individuals, community groups, local and state government representatives and agencies to establish a co-ordinated management plan for the Belfast Coastal Reserve. The Coastal Reserve extends along the coast from Levy's Point in the East, to Mills Reef (near Port Fairy) in the west, in Victoria, Australia. 

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CURRENT ISSUES: Commercial Horse Training a major issue for Killarney Beach/Belfast Coastal Reserve

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'Reports and officer observations confirm up to 20 horses are working on the beach at any one time with training occurring on the beach on daily basis, including weekends, from sunrise until about 10.30am. However, a resident reported racehorses on the beach at about 4pm on 10 February 2016. Council officers have observed horse trucks, horse floats and vehicles blocking access to the boat ramp and making access to the car parking areas difficult with up to 12 horse trucks and floats using all of the available car parking.'

From 'Horse Training on Killarney Beach' Report 

Author: Robert Gibson, Moyne Shire. 

Report was presented to Moyne Shire Council Meeting - 22nd March, 2016 by Oliver Moles.

 

Previous events

Belfast Coastal Reserve Action Group Meeting

Crossley Hall, 186 Port Fairy-Koroit Road, Crossley.Victoria.3283

A meeting of BCRAG members to update and discuss current issues. New members welcome.

May30

Belfast Coastal Reserve Action Group Meeting

Crossley Hall, 186 Port FAiry-Koroit Road, Crossley.Victoria.3283

A meeting of BCRAG will be held at the Crossley Hall at 6pm on Monday 30th. This will be a chance to add your name to a letter that will be sent, on behalf of concerned community members, to Parks Victoria and DELWP, expressing the issues surrounding the increased number of horses currently training at Killarney Beach.

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