The value of the structure lies in its beauty.
It’s elegant and strong and trips across the flood plain seeming right for the place it stands in.
Picking its way across the plain.
It mirrors the actions of the water birds that poke amongst the reeds on their stilt legs.
They and the aqueduct together reinforce the spirit of the place, sitting lightly on the land and water, delicately poised and in so far as they are both gradually disintegrating they are of the essence of the place, slipping back into the long history of this land. A noble and truthful relic of the past going back to the beginning
CALL TO ARMS
TAKE ACTION TO SAVE THE AQUEDUCT NOW!
Submissions to Heritage Victoria closed on Friday, 19th June, 2020.
If you would like to see the Aqueduct conserved so that this engineering marvel can be enjoyed into the future, you have a chance to take action now.
· Write your own submission to Heritage Victoria outlining your concerns and asking them to refuse the permit application for demolition of four spans.
· Or simply use the attached draft submission.
· Submit the completed form to Heritage Victoria before midnight on Friday, 19th June, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refer to SUBMISSION HELP on the menu for details