Climate Change Adaptation Plan

Noosa Council has started a two-year project to develop a Climate Change Adaptation Plan (CCAP). The plan will help Noosa Shire adapt to and prepare for the potential effects of climate change over time. It will include a Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan.

Currently Council would like residents to identify coastal assets and values they would like to highlight as things to be better managed to help improve resilience to the effects of climate change. This will help inform the development of Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan. Please:

  • Click on Places tab below
  • Click on 'Go to Map'
  • Drag Pin to your value/asset
  • Describe briefly and/or add a photo

It will also help Council build its capacity to adapt to changing climate conditions.

In 2016, Council decided that a Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan (CHAP) should form the core of Noosa’s CCAP. Development of the CHAP is being funded through a $490,000 grant under the Queensland Department of Environment & Heritage Protection’s QCoast2100 initiative, which is being administered by the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ).

Council hosted information session and workshops on the CHAP at both Noosaville and Cooroy Libraries during August. Further community consultation on the CHAP will take place in September, 2017.

For more information on this project, or to submit feedback, please email grant.hinner@noosa.qld.gov.au

Noosa Council has started a two-year project to develop a Climate Change Adaptation Plan (CCAP). The plan will help Noosa Shire adapt to and prepare for the potential effects of climate change over time. It will include a Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan.

Currently Council would like residents to identify coastal assets and values they would like to highlight as things to be better managed to help improve resilience to the effects of climate change. This will help inform the development of Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan. Please:

  • Click on Places tab below
  • Click on 'Go to Map'
  • Drag Pin to your value/asset
  • Describe briefly and/or add a photo

It will also help Council build its capacity to adapt to changing climate conditions.

In 2016, Council decided that a Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan (CHAP) should form the core of Noosa’s CCAP. Development of the CHAP is being funded through a $490,000 grant under the Queensland Department of Environment & Heritage Protection’s QCoast2100 initiative, which is being administered by the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ).

Council hosted information session and workshops on the CHAP at both Noosaville and Cooroy Libraries during August. Further community consultation on the CHAP will take place in September, 2017.

For more information on this project, or to submit feedback, please email grant.hinner@noosa.qld.gov.au

Noosa Coastal Values and Assets

15 days

Please identify coastal values/assets that you would like to see better managed to improve their resilience to the effects of climate change. You can do this by: 

  • Clicking on Places tab below
  • Clicking on 'Go to Map'
  • Dragging the Pin to your value/asset
  • Describing briefly and/or adding a photo

Please identify coastal values/assets that you would like to see better managed to improve their resilience to the effects of climate change. You can do this by: 

  • Clicking on Places tab below
  • Clicking on 'Go to Map'
  • Dragging the Pin to your value/asset
  • Describing briefly and/or adding a photo