Landslides happen often in Victoria. Large landslides are most common after bushfires or flash flooding.
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Over 180 landslides occurred along the length of the Great Ocean Road in 2016, and over 190 landslides within the Grampians National Park in 2011. Both of these events resulted in significant impacts on public infrastructure, tourism and the economy.
The map below is a guide of the general areas across Victoria where there has been previous landslide activity. Use the legend to determine the risk in your area.