Built in the mid-1940s as accommodation for the workers of the Kiewa Hydroelectric Scheme, Bogong Village was converted to a holiday resort for State Electricity Commission workers in 1967, and opened to the public in 1990.
In 2021, while AGL undertook consultation with the local community to hear their thoughts on the future opportunities for the village, accommodation was closed.
Hearing our communities wishes, AGL is working towards creating a future for Bogong Village that is beyond just a holiday destination.
At a glance
Local workers are currently living in some of the houses, until later in 2022.
The gardens are flourishing, receiving much attention and admiration from locals and tourists.
Monash University architecture Masters students are regularly visiting, exploring and visualising the future potential for Bogong Village
AGL is looking for a long term operator who shares our vision to reactivate the village in a new and exciting way, honouring the history and providing a sustainable future.