The deadline to switch over to the National Broadband Network (NBN) is coming up quickly for Terang and Camperdown.
NBNco will be decommissioning the copper network in both towns at the start of March 2019, giving residents and businesses in these towns only weeks to make the transition.
Residents in Camperdown can now get connected to fast internet via the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Outlying areas around Camperdown have been able to access the NBN using satellite and fixed wireless technology for some time. Now township residents can now also get connected to the broadband network, using Fibre to the Node (FTTN) technology.
With Fibre to the Node, fibre optic cables deliver superfast internet to green boxes in streets around the town, which are called nodes. The existing copper line network delivers the service to the home or business. Continue reading
We have joined forces with Sinnotts Accountants, Fennell West and Corangamite Shire to host an event as part of Victoria’s Small Business Festival.
The free event has been designed to help business owners drive their profitability with simple online tips and technologies. Continue reading
Popes Timboon and the Corangamite Shire have vowed to keep fighting for a public transport extension to Port Campbell after the State Government rejected the proposal.
Public Transport Victoria has informed Popes Timboon that the proposed Port Campbell extension of its existing contract between Camperdown and Timboon was “not a priority”. Continue reading
Researchers are putting the Twelve Apostles region’s tourism experience to the test, with a new project set to determine whether visitor expectations are being met.
Early anecdotal evidence has already suggested that visitors are prepared to pay a fee to visit the Twelve Apostles, that food in the region could be improved and that visitors plan short stays because they lack awareness of what else the region has to offer. Continue reading
Enjoying the Princetown to Twelve Apostles stretch of the Great Ocean Walk is about to get a whole lot easier thanks to a free bus drop off service.
From this Monday (Feb 15) a bus will pick up people at the entrance to the Twelve Apostles car park and drop them at Princetown to enjoy the majestic 7km return walk. Continue reading