Community engagement


How we’re engaging with the community

We know how much people love Adelaide’s beaches. It’s a place to go to relax and unwind, connect with friends and family or enjoy a dip in the water and many other activities.

There will be some impact for residents and beach goers as works are undertaken as part of the state government’s securing the future of our coastline project. 

We want to ensure that those who enjoy coastal activities and who live and work along Adelaide’s metropolitan coast are kept informed during all phases of the Securing the future of our coastline project.


How can I stay informed?

  • The Coast eNews is a great way to stay informed on interim beach management works and other coastal projects. Sign up to receive updates and encourage others to subscribe as well.
  • Be proactive and keep your networks informed. Ask us to provide your group with content and photos or other graphics suitable to update your community Facebook page.
  • Follow Environment SA News on Facebook and Twitter for further updates.

Events and tours

Upcoming events


Hear from the Department for Environment and Water's project manager James Guy about what’s happening on Adelaide’s beaches and progress being made on the Securing the future of our coastline project. 

Past events:

  • Semaphore/Largs Bay - Monday 22 March 2021
  • Semaphore/Largs Bay - Monday 29 March 2021
  • West Beach - Tuesday 30 March 2021
  • Online event - Wednesday 31 March - A recording of this event will be available soon

About the speaker

More information: Upcoming beach works

Coast Info Van


Keep a look out for the coast info van in your area, where you can learn more about the project and how we manage Adelaide’s beaches. Our team are there to listen and help with any questions you may have about beach works or the broader Securing the future of our coastline project.  

Community group presentation

If you belong to a community group, progress association, or a club, you can book a 30 minute group presentation and Q&A with the project team.

All events must be in line with current COVID-19 restrictions.

For all events enquiries please contact or phone (08) 8124 4928.

Sand recycling pipeline tours


Register your interest for a tour to see first-hand the Glenelg to Kingston Park sand recycling pipeline in action. Tours will be held again in mid-late 2021. 

This tour is highly recommended if you wish to learn more about how Adelaide’s metropolitan beaches are managed and the operations of a sand recycling pipeline. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions.

More information: Glenelg to Kingston Park sand recycling system

How else can I get involved?

The department is committed to working in partnership with local councils and coastal community groups on sand dune restoration and revegetation in Stage 2 of the project 2020–21. Further announcements will be made via this website and the Coast e-news, so make sure you subscribe to be kept informed.

Available resources

Securing the future of our coastline brochure is available. Please contact us if you would like a copy to be sent to you.

An information booklet is coming soon.  You will have the opportunity to request printed copies for public display and distribution within your communities.  

Aboriginal Engagement

The project team has commenced engagement with Kaurna via the Department for Environment and Waters First Nations Partnership and Reconciliation Unit to discuss broader engagement and project involvement opportunities.  

How are you engaging with local businesses?

The government liaise with local businesses who may be impacted by beach works. We work to minimise disturbance to the community as much as possible by not operating during school holidays or on weekends.

Contact Us

For enquiries contact the Department for Environment and Water on 8124 4928 or email

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