Located in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria, Australia. Hazelwood Power station was constructed during the mid to late 1960’s and supplied Victoria with up to 25% of its power. The brown coal fuel for the eight 200MW turbines was mined from the adjoining pit. In 2005 the World Wildlife Fund reported that Hazelwood power station was one of the world’s most polluting, emitting 3% of Australia’s annual greenhouse gas emissions. In 2016, Engie, the joint owner, announced the power station and mine would close and in March 2017 it finally closed. The power station was demolished in November 2020. The 1,281hectare mine presented another problem. The plan is to allow the void to fill with