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Projects and strategies list

City of Gold Coast implements projects and strategies to strengthen the city's economy, protect our environment and improve services and facilities for our residents, businesses and visitors. You can find specific projects or strategies on this page by searching for specific keywords or searching by category in the fields shown.

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Ocean, beaches & waterways

Broadwater Marine Project

The Broadwater Marine Project is a joint initiative of the Queensland State Government and City of Gold Coast.

Burrows Street revetment wall refurbishment - Biggera Waters

The revetment wall is nearing the end of its serviceable life and works are required to provide ongoing erosion protection from tidal movements.

Connecting Arm Renewal, Currumbin Creek

Works are underway to renew a section of the rock structure, known as the northern training wall at Currumbin Creek.

Damian Leeding Memorial Park Foreshore Stabilisation Project

The City is providing foreshore stabilisation, erosion protection and improvements in aquatic habitat for 450 metres of the Coomera River foreshore of Damian Leeding Memorial Park in Oxenford.

Gold Coast Beach Nourishment Project

The Gold Coast’s most vulnerable beaches will benefit from a major beach nourishment project in 2017. The project will involve dredging of our offshore sand reserves to nourish Palm Beach and the northern Gold Coast beaches from Miami to Main Beach.

John Davidson Park canal maintenance ramp - Broadbeach Waters

Works are taking place in John Davidson Park to improve the gradient of the canal maintenance ramp.

Narrowneck Seawall - Stage 2 South

Works to rebuild the seawall at the southern end of Narrowneck will continue from July 2017.

Ocean-side Cruise Ship Terminal feasibility study

While the Gold Coast does not have a dedicated cruise ship facility, the opportunity to establish a Gold Coast Cruise Ship Terminal has long been identified as having potential to grow Queensland and regional tourism.

Ocean Beaches Strategy

Our long, clean, white sandy beaches contribute to the city’s reputation as one of the world’s most liveable cities and are a source of pride for City of Gold Coast residents.

Project Kirra

City of Gold Coast commenced works in July 2013 to reinstate Kirra Point Groyne by 30 metres to its original constructed length.

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