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Coast protection grant recipients

Coast protection grant recipients for 2019-20

Recipients included:

  • $255,700 to District Council of Ceduna to repair the foreshore seawall that was damaged in storms
  • $27,500 to Yorke Peninsula Council for a coastal risk study and action plan for vulnerable settlements
  • $180,780 to Kingston District Council for erosion protection at Wyomi Beach, and a coastal adaptation strategy for Kingston SE
  • $55,000 to Wattle Range Council for a coastal adaptation strategy for Beachport, and design of beach access works at Southend
  • $98,000 to Alexandrina Council towards a coastal adaptation strategy for Alexandrina Council, and access and dune protection at Ratalang-Basham Beach
  • $52,296 to Copper Coast Council to manage sand drift at North Beach, including fencing and dune planting to build a natural buffer
  • $49,500 to Port Augusta City Council for the extension of an existing levee bank
  • $38,000 to Barunga West Council for the design of protection works at Port Broughton
  • $32,500 to District Council of Streaky Bay for the design of protection works at Baird Bay
  • $22,500 to District Council of Robe for beach replenishment
  • $21,800 to City of Whyalla for beach replenishment on the Whyalla foreshore
  • $13,000 to City of Holdfast Bay for a coastal management strategy
  • $6,500 to District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula for a vulnerability assessment of low-lying settlements at Tulka, North Shields and Farm Beach.

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