$3.5 million for coastal erosion projects in WA
Major coastal planning and protection projects in Denmark, Geraldton, Mandurah, and Busselton are among 37 projects to share in almost $3.6 million in State Government funding through CoastWA.
CoastWA is the State Government’s $33.5 million strategic response to the increasing impacts of coastal hazards to ensure long-term sustainable land use and development of the coast.
Major projects to receive grant funding for 2023/24 include:
- $1.14 million for relocation and infrastructure replacement at Ocean Beach in Denmark;
- $615,000 for stage 2 of the construction of four geotextile groynes and sand replenishment at Sunset Beach in Geraldton;
- $172,500 for the development of a coastal protection strategy for Marybrook Siesta Park in Busselton; and
- $140,000 to prepare a plan to improve understanding of coastal hazards at Mandurah’s southern beaches.
Local coastal managers and community groups will contribute approximately $4.36 million in funding and in-kind donations to deliver these coastal projects.
For more information on the State Government’s Coastal Adaptation and Protection Grants program, visit CoastWA grants website.