Marnoo held a town meeting on Thursday night to discuss possibilities after the closure of the town’s post office.
Earlier this year Marnoo’s post office closed without official notice to residents.
Marnoo resident Lois Johnson said the community is very disappointed with Australia Post’s lack of communication.
“We are very disappointed with Australia Post’s attitude and how they haven’t offered any alternatives after the post offices closure,” she said.
Residents weren’t initially given an option of where they could pick up their parcels, after the post office closed on March 28.
To collect parcels, residents needed to travel over 30 minutes to Stawell.
Australia Post have since said that residents can redirect their parcels to another post office.
Australia Post didn’t send any representatives to the town meeting last night.
“Australia Post’s communication has also been very disappointing, people who have tried to get in contact with them have found it very difficult,” Ms Johnson said.
Thursday night’s meeting wasn’t necessarily about a solution, more it was a discussion about alternatives Ms Johnson said.
Northern Grampians Shire Council’s mayor Tony Driscoll, chief executive officer Michael Bailey and councillor Kevin Erwin attended the meeting.
Cr Driscoll said they attended the meeting to hear the communities concerns.
“We will articulate the communities concerns and we will try to liaise with Australia Post on the communities behalf,” Cr Driscoll said.
“We would like a solution sooner, rather than later.”
Cr Erwin said there was a good turn out for the meeting.
“We had a good discussion about options,” Cr Erwin said.
“We will investigate options and see where it goes.”