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Rivers and Coast

Waterways and Coastal Management Waterways and Coastal Management Waterways and Coastal Management Waterways and Coastal Management
The strategy will guide planning and operational activities and community initiatives, to ensure the Coast's waterways and coastal foreshores are ecologically healthy
On-water or on-river activities refer to any activity occurring on a waterway, which may include swimming, fishing, kayaking, kite surfing, boating and the like
The Sunshine Coast Rivers Initiative is a program of management actions and incentives that protect and improve the region's six river catchments
Find out about the health of the Coast's waterways, initiatives to improve their health, and what you can do to help
The Maroochy River system dominates the central Sunshine Coast and typifies the land use changes and pressures most rivers have been subjected to in the region
Council is looking to develop an integrated management plan for Lake Currimundi and its waterways
Find out more about the internationally recognised Pumicestone Passage, one of the Coast's special places
The Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change has identified South East Queensland as an area that is vulnerable to the impacts of climate change
Find out how to minimise soil and sediment runoff from construction sites. Fines can apply for not using the correct control measures

Last Updated 24-Jul-14