Midge Point beach repairs

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Consultation has concluded

The beach after the completed installation and burial of the geobag wall
Area: Midge Point
Published: July 4, 2018 - Project Archived: December, 2019


Restoration works continue after the big rains!

The recent rains has delayed the seawall works which will now be completed by 19 February.

Sand nourishing works are also just starting and this will be done by mid-May, weather permitting.

Please remember that during the sand nourishment and revegetation, all beach access will be temporarily closed except for MID007, at the end of Park Drive and MID001 at the northern end of the beach.

This work will restore the beach to its pre-Cyclone Debbie condition. It will also be a buffer against future erosion and increased protection from storm surge and the waves that come with it.

The total cost of the repair work is approximately $4.6 million, with $2 million jointly funded by the Commonwealth and State Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) and the remaining $2.6 million provided by the Queensland Government.

For more information, please download the flyers and residents' letter to the right.



Area: Midge Point
Published: July 4, 2018 - Project Archived: December, 2019


Restoration works continue after the big rains!

The recent rains has delayed the seawall works which will now be completed by 19 February.

Sand nourishing works are also just starting and this will be done by mid-May, weather permitting.

Please remember that during the sand nourishment and revegetation, all beach access will be temporarily closed except for MID007, at the end of Park Drive and MID001 at the northern end of the beach.

This work will restore the beach to its pre-Cyclone Debbie condition. It will also be a buffer against future erosion and increased protection from storm surge and the waves that come with it.

The total cost of the repair work is approximately $4.6 million, with $2 million jointly funded by the Commonwealth and State Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) and the remaining $2.6 million provided by the Queensland Government.

For more information, please download the flyers and residents' letter to the right.