During stage one we conducted two field-based user surveys during peak holiday periods at popular beaches and five information sessions along the length of the Eurobodalla Shire. The community surveys and information sessions indicated the popularity and importance of the coast to local residents, visitors and our economy. The surveys also highlighted a strong desire from the community to preserve the natural landscapes of the local coastline as this is what sets our coast apart.
In stage two Council presented the coastal hazards assessment at community workshops and drop-in sessions in October 2017.
Now in stage three, we are meeting with stakeholders and hosting four public drop-in sessions to hear from community members about what is important to them. Come and talk with us in July 2018 to tell us if there is anything you want to change about how you use and access the beach and share your perspective about managing our coastline.
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Get involved during stage 3
Come to a drop in session in July 2018 to talk with us about the program and share your ideas with us.
- Find out more about what we want your feedback on and read some prompts to get you thinking about what is important you when it comes to Eurobodalla's coast.
Drop in sessions in July 2018
Come at share your ideas with us at:
- Batemans Bay: Tuesday 24 July 2018, 10am-3pm
at Batemans Bay Village Centre, Perry Street, Batemans Bay
- Broulee: Wednesday 25 July 2018, 3-6pm
at Captain Oldrey Park Hall, off Elizabeth Drive Broulee
- Batemans Bay: Thursday 26 July 2018, 3-7pm
at Batemans Bay Village Centre, Perry Street Batemans Bay
- Narooma: Friday 27 July 2018, 11am-2pm
at Narooma Leisure Centre, Bluewater Drive Narooma
As well as community drop in sessions, in July 2018 we are meeting with stakeholders who have a specific interest or are directly impacted by coastal hazards. This includes waterfront property owners with properties at immediate risk of hazards such as coastal erosion, and groups such as Coastwatchers, Coastal Alliance, and the Batemans Bay Chamber of Commerce.