Tomakin, Mossy Point and Mogo Flood Study
The Tomakin, Mossy Point and Mogo Flood Study was adopted by Council on Tuesday 28 March 2017.
The Tomakin, Mossy Point and Mogo Flood Study includes the catchments of Tomaga River and Candlagan Creek, which are approximately 130 km2 in size. The first catchment has an approximate area of 94 km2, which drains to the Tomaga River, while the second catchment has an approximate area of 26 km2, draining to Candlagan Creek.
The study also includes residential areas in the towns of Mogo, Tomakin, Mossy Point and Broulee, which are located in the catchment area.
The Tomakin, Mossy Point and Mogo Flood Study is supported by the Department of Planning and Environment through funding provided under the NSW Floodplain Management Program.
- Tomakin, Mossy Point, Broulee and Mogo Flood Study: Part 1 (page 1 - 66) (2.66 MB)
- Tomakin, Mossy Point, Broulee and Mogo Flood Study: Part 2 (page 67 - 91) (7.28 MB)
- Tomakin, Mossy Point, Broulee and Mogo Flood Study: Part 3 (page 92 - 112) (8.62 MB)
- Tomakin, Mossy Point, Broulee and Mogo Flood Study: Part 4 - appendices (716 KB)
A draft flood study was on public exhibition from 23 May to 24 June 2016. Community members were invited to read the draft study and provide their feedback.
During the exhibition period, Council hosted a series of public information sessions and invited community members to learn about the project, ask questions and express any views about the draft study. A questionnaire and information sheet was also distributed to residents and business owners within the study area.
The draft study and feedback provided by community members was presented to Council and considered prior to the plan's adoption on 28 March 2017.
For more information, contact Council's Coastal Management Planner, Cameron Whiting:
- T: 02 4474 1000
- E: Council@esc.nsw.gov.au