Draft Ocean Beaches Strategy

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This consultation has concluded. Information about the consultation, forum comments and related documents are retained for your reference.

Council has developed the Draft Ocean Beaches Strategy 2013-23 which outlines the preferred approach to managing the city's 52 kilometres of ocean beaches. This strategy will guide how we protect, enhance and fund the management of our iconic beaches over the next 10 years.

The strategy seeks to ensure that:

  • everyone can enjoy a beach experience
  • our beaches are healthy and clean
  • our coastal infrastructure is protected from storm surge and erosion; and
  • there is joint stewardship of our ocean beaches

The public consultation has now closed. During the consultation phase Council asked the community to provide their feedback by:

The Ocean Beaches Strategy was open for comment from 25 March - 6 May 2013.

During the consultation participants were eligible for entry to a prize draw to win a custom shaped surfboard to the value of $800! Terms and Conditions retained for reference.

Council has developed the Draft Ocean Beaches Strategy 2013-23 which outlines the preferred approach to managing the city's 52 kilometres of ocean beaches. This strategy will guide how we protect, enhance and fund the management of our iconic beaches over the next 10 years.

The strategy seeks to ensure that:

  • everyone can enjoy a beach experience
  • our beaches are healthy and clean
  • our coastal infrastructure is protected from storm surge and erosion; and
  • there is joint stewardship of our ocean beaches

The public consultation has now closed. During the consultation phase Council asked the community to provide their feedback by:

The Ocean Beaches Strategy was open for comment from 25 March - 6 May 2013.

During the consultation participants were eligible for entry to a prize draw to win a custom shaped surfboard to the value of $800! Terms and Conditions retained for reference.

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