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Projects & Strategies

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

Damian Leeding Memorial Park Foreshore stabilisation project

The Damian Leeding Memorial Park foreshore stabilisation project is part of a 2.5-kilometre rehabilitation project planned for Regatta Parklands and Damian Leeding Memorial Park.

Flat Rock Creek improvement project

The City is seeking to naturalise and improve Flat Rock Creek through the development of the Flat Rock Creek Improvement Project.

Pontoon upgrades – various locations

Works are underway at three pontoons at Broadwater Parklands at Southport, Appel Park at Surfers Paradise, and HOTA — Home of the Arts at Surfers Paradise, to make our waterways more accessible.

Tallebudgera, Neptunes Beach - revetment wall

Works are underway to replace the revetment wall on Neptune Beach on Tallebudgera Creek. These works will provide continued erosion protection from tidal movements.

Narrowneck Reef Renewal

The Narrowneck artificial reef is being renewed from June 2017 to June 2018, and this page is to keep up with details.

Sand Backpass Pipeline Project

Work is underway to install a 7.8-kilometre pipeline that will deliver natural sand from The Spit to protect iconic Surfers Paradise beach from coastal erosion.

Broadwater Marine Project

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

Project Kirra

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

Three Point Plan for Coastal Protection

The three point plan for coastal protection proposal will bring forward 30 years of beach protection projects’ implementation as part of the Gold Coast Ocean Beaches Strategy, to ensure the long term future of Gold Coast beaches.

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.

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