Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy

Latest News

  • Project Update #4 - February 2021

    Council and the project team have finished the draft Yumpla Coast Strategic Plan for the Northern Peninsula Region. This Strategy will better prepare Council and the community to respond to coastal hazards such as erosion and flooding by seawater during storms and tropcial cyclones. We want to ensure that our coastline remains healthy and safe for our children and our childrens children. Click here to read the full update, and learn about ways your community can adapt.

  • Project Update #3 - November 2020

    The winners of the art and story competition are announced in this latest update. The work of two primary students now make up the logo for the coastal hazard management project. Council and the project team will also be hosting some community yarns between 9-12th November across the Northern Peninsula region. Click here to read the full project update. 

  • Project Update #2 - August 2020

    The project team recently visited the region to meet with Council and talk about the history and local knowledge of the coastline. Click here to read more about their visit.


  • Project Update #1 - June 2020

    Council is developing a strategy to help manage coastal erosion and flooding over the next 80 years. Click here to read more about the project, what's happened so far, and what is yet to come. 

  • Project Logo Competition

    The NPARC Council is holding a competition for local primary school students to submit their creative art, drawings and words to use as the logo for this project.

    We want to know what children love about our coastal places, so we can continue to look after them now and into the future.

    Click Read More to download the poster.