You may require a lease or licence if you intend to use land in an Alpine resort area. This includes use of the land for the purposes of electricity generation and distribution.
Alpine resort areas are areas of Crown land (public land) in the Alpine region of Victoria which have been set aside for use as a resort. There are six alpine resort areas in Victoria:
- Falls Creek;
- Lake Mountain;
- Mount Baw Baw;
- Mount Buller;
- Mount Hotham; and
- Mount Stirling.
Each Alpine resort is managed by its own Resort Management Board.
Land can only be leased or licensed for purposes that are consistent with an Alpine resort areas status as a reserve.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Please consult the responsible agency for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
As specified on the permit.
Please consult the specific Alpine Resort Management Board for details regarding fees.
Application for Licensing or Leasing Land in Alpine Resorts - Please contact the responsible agency for application forms and registration details.
Please consult directly with the relevant Alpine Resort Management Board.
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Forestry and Land Use
Alpine Resort (Management) Act 1997 (Victoria)
Alpine Resorts (Management) Regulations 2009 (Victoria)
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