St Helens Beach draft Local Coastal Plan

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St Helens Beach
Area: St Helens Beach
Published: September 30, 2019 - Consultation is closed - Current Project


The St Helens Beach coastal unit supports a diverse range of vegetation communities, a regionally-significant shorebird roost, and a range of rare and threatened species including highly specialised and regionally vulnerable mangrove mouse.

Offshore, St Helens Bay is listed as a Nationally Important Wetland and is zoned in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park as a Species Conservation (Dugong protection) Zone. St Helens Beach is also a popular recreational area for locals and visitors to our region, providing a range of outdoor recreational activity options.

Mackay Regional Council invites you to join us to ensure that St Helens Beach is protected and maintained into the future.

A draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP) has been developed to identify the natural values and issues at St Helens Beach and contains recommended management activities.

This survey has concluded. For any queries please contact the Community Engagement team on 1300 MACKAY (622 529) or email engagement@mackay.qld.gov.au



Area: St Helens Beach
Published: September 30, 2019 - Consultation is closed - Current Project


The St Helens Beach coastal unit supports a diverse range of vegetation communities, a regionally-significant shorebird roost, and a range of rare and threatened species including highly specialised and regionally vulnerable mangrove mouse.

Offshore, St Helens Bay is listed as a Nationally Important Wetland and is zoned in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park as a Species Conservation (Dugong protection) Zone. St Helens Beach is also a popular recreational area for locals and visitors to our region, providing a range of outdoor recreational activity options.

Mackay Regional Council invites you to join us to ensure that St Helens Beach is protected and maintained into the future.

A draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP) has been developed to identify the natural values and issues at St Helens Beach and contains recommended management activities.

This survey has concluded. For any queries please contact the Community Engagement team on 1300 MACKAY (622 529) or email engagement@mackay.qld.gov.au



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Council is seeking your feedback on the draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP) and its recommended management activities.

    To have your say on the draft Local Coastal Plan, you will need to read the document before filling in this survey.

    Alternatively, if you're pushed for time, you may wish to read the highlights summary - it'll take you just 10 minutes to read.

    If you have a question or would like to supply more information contact engagement@mackay.qld.gov.au or call 1300 MACKAY (622 529).

    Council is seeking your feedback on the draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP) and its recommended management activities.

    To have your say on the draft Local Coastal Plan, you will need to read the document before filling in this survey.

    Alternatively, if you're pushed for time, you may wish to read the highlights summary - it'll take you just 10 minutes to read.

    If you have a question or would like to supply more information contact engagement@mackay.qld.gov.au or call 1300 MACKAY (622 529).

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