The Gold Coast Shoreline Management Plan (GCSMP) is an ICZM plan to manage the coastal resources of Gold Coast City. The EPA encourages the City Council's to produce shoreline management plans for coastlines and tidal waterways within the local authority area.
The Council commenced work on the GCSMP in 2005. The previous key planning document for Gold Coast beaches was the Delft Report of 1971.
Read more about Gold Coast Shoreline Management Plan: Delft Report, Gold Coast Seawall, Sand Backpassing From The Gold Coast Seaway To Surfers Paradise, Narrowneck Reef, Kurrawa Park Reef, Palm Beach Protection Strategy, Currumbin Alley, Southern Points, Tweed River Entrance Sandbypassing, Gold Coast Oceanway
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