Welcome to our interactive community consultation site!

Fraser Coast Regional Council is committed to meaningful conversation with our community. We have established this dedicated platform for you, our community to learn more about our current consultations and have your say on matters of significance to the Fraser Coast Region. 

Please complete a one-time registration to receive a password so you can participate fully in the consultations. 

You can, of course, view this site, the activity, and all documents without needing to register, however, we encourage you to register so we can keep you informed of events and opportunities for you to participate.

 

 

Current projects

The Coastal Futures: Planning Our Changing Coastline project is all about getting ready for the short, medium and long-term impacts of coastal hazards. From Burrum Heads in the north, Tinnanbar in the south, and all coastal areas in between, this project will identify the current and future impacts of storm tides, inundation and coastal erosion. The Coastal Futures: Planning Our Changing Coastline project will use this information to investigate how the community can become more resilient to th...
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Amendments to Flood Hazard Area Mapping Current Status : Amend the Planning Scheme to show the new Flood Hazard Overlay Map

This webpage has been set up to provide information on five revised and one new flood risk study adopted by Council on 27 March 2019. These studies inform habitable floor levels under the Building Act 1975 and will be used to update the Flood Hazard Area under the Planning Scheme. All the flood risk studies are undertaken in-line with industry best practice, Queensland Flood Commission recommendations, national standards and guidelines for flood risk assessment and catchment modelling. Imp...
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CLOSED PROJECTS

A new Economic Development Roadmap is being prepared by Fraser Coast Regional Council’s (FCRC) Economic Development team. The Roadmap will be a strategic blueprint for the region’s future ...
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