More than 1300 square kilometres of coastal waters and coastline in western Victoria has been opened up to gas exploration by the Andrews government, including potential drilling from onshore.
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1300 square kilometres of coastal waters to offshore
Industry has been invited to bid for the right to explore for gas along a vast stretch of ocean between the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park and the South Australian border.
Read Adam Carey’s story from The Age - “Andrews government opens up state's western coastline to gas drilling.”