This mapping tool will help you learn about coastal futures hazard categories applicable across the Fraser Coast region.
The State government maps areas across Queensland likely to be affected by coastal hazards (erosion prone and storm tide inundation areas). You can view the State’s mapping here.
As part of the State's QCoast2100 Program, Fraser Coast Regional Council has updated its mapping for our local government area in accordance with the Developing a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy: Minimum Standards and Guideline for Queensland Local Governments.
The mapping illustrates the coastal hazards identified in Phase 3: Storm Tide Hazard Assessment & Mapping Technical report of the Coastal Futures Strategy. This mapping is provided to support the Coastal Futures Strategy adaptation options. You can access Council’s draft Strategy document here.
The Coastal Futures Strategy focuses on three coastal hazards that affect our coastline, they are:
Links to view the other hazard mapping:
General Note 1. This mapping has been undertaken as a conservative assessment and is provided for information purposes (at this stage) only. Further work is required to integrate the project into purposes fit for other planning purposes (e.g. land use planning, disaster management, etc).
General Note 2. For detailed information on how the hazard mapping was determined, refer to Phase 3: Storm Tide Hazard Assessment & Mapping Technical report and the QCoast2100 guidelines.
General Note 3. If you require further information or explanation regarding coastal hazards, please refer to the Engagement Hub in the first instance or alternatively, contact Council via: email@example.com.
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