General Bushfire Recovery Information
The only information we will share with you is information which has been provided to us through official channels. This is to avoid confusion of information or the reporting of incorrect material. Links to original sources will be provided where possible.
For daily news please visit the Murrindindi Shire website for their Recovery Newsletter
This session is for parents and carers of children aged 0 to 10 years. Are you concerned about the impact that the bushfires may have on your child? These forums will help you recognise whether your young person is troubled by their recent experiences.
Remember your loved ones lost on Black Saturday by having their names written in the sand at a beach in Somers, on the Mornington Peninsula. A photograph is taken and emailed or can be placed on the memorial website along with a personal message.
These t-shirts are being made specifically to support local businesses affected by the February fires. $5 from every shirt sold will go directly to support businesses in the community named on your t-shirt.
This session is for parents and carers of young adults aged 10 to 25 years. Are you concerned about the impact that the bushfires may have on your child? These forums will help you recognise whether your young person is troubled by their recent experiences.
Changes have been made to the Murrindindi Planning Scheme making it easier for people to rebuild their homes and farms destroyed by the recent ‘Black Saturday' bushfires.
The Building Commission are holding a further two consumer seminars on how to build in Victoria after the bushfires
in your region. 26 May 2009 - National Park Hotel, 28 Whittlesea-Kinglake Road 6.30pm - 8.30pm
As part of the ongoing bushfire recovery process Telstra will hold Community Information Days in Kinglake on Sunday 17 and Monday 18 May that will offer local residents one-to-one telecommunications advice and assistance.
Dr Rob Gordon, consultant to the Red Cross & the Victorian Emergency Recovery Plan is a clinical psychologist and an expert in helping communities recover from disasters for over 20 years. Rob is coming to the Kinglake Ranges to talk about his experience, the process of recovery and to share examples from other events.