Draft Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy
This Strategy has been developed under QCoast2100, a state-wide coastal hazard adaptation program supported by the Queensland Government and Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ). QCoast2100 assists Councils to proactively plan for long-term coastal resilience and minimising the risk of coastal hazards to communities and valuable assets such as roads, utilities, parks, natural areas and heritage places.
The Strategy is a non-statutory document that provides a high-level plan for the future management of coastal hazards through to 2100 and involves identifying regionally focused priority areas and actions. The identification of more detailed localised planning and the implementation of physical works will occur through annual operational programs such as asset management and shoreline erosion management planning.