The Victorian Marine and Coastal Council is the state’s peak advisory body about coastal and marine issues. It is established under the Marine and Coastal Act 2018 to provide independent advice on marine and coastal issues to the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change.

The term of the current members of the Council is from 1 August 2018 to 31 July 2021.

Appointments to the Victorian Marine and Coastal Council

Do you want to play a key role in how Victoria manages its marine and coastal environments? The Victorian Marine and Coastal Council is seeking expressions of interests for up to nine positions for anyone who wants to play a key role in managing our coastlines.

If you have experience in community engagement, marine conservation, marine ecology or sustainable fishing, then get involved by applying at:

Expressions of Interest close midnight Friday 8 April 2021.

The Victorian Marine and Coastal Council respectfully acknowledges the original custodians of what is now known as Victoria; their rich culture, deep affinity with the land and spiritual connection to it.

Community engagement is important to us

The Council recognises the fundamental importance of community engagement in the stewardship of Victoria’s coastal and marine environments. We aim to connect with all stakeholders involved in the Victorian Government’s marine and coastal reforms to provide integrated and coordinated advice to the Minister. We work with:

  • government
  • non-government
  • private sector
  • community-based organisations.

Page last updated: 24/03/21