Our Coast - Our Lifestyle

Project Updates & News

  • LATEST Project Update 4 - November - December 2019

    We've recently completed a range of technical studies that will help inform the Our Coast - Our Lifestyle project. You can find out more here in our latest project update. 

  • NEW Project Update 2 - July - August 2019

    Find out how the project team has been engaging with the local community to learn about how you value the coast and what is important to protect.  Read the latest Project Update here.

  • Thank you for joining us

    The project team wish to thank all who attended events and joined us to share your valuable insights.

    If you weren't able to get along to chat to us, you can still get involved and share your thoughts by completing our       5-minute values and experiences survey.

    You can also contact us with any questions or comments by emailing us at ourcoast@burdekin.qld.gov.au.

  • Values and experiences survey

    What do you value about the coastline, estuaries and waterways of Burdekin Shire? Community input has an important role in shaping Our Coast - Our Lifestyle. Help decide what our coast will look like in the future by completing our 5-minute values and experiences survey.

  • Connect with us at our community events

    Come by one of our pop up events for a range of interactive displays to share your thoughts, try out the wave tank, and chat to the project team.



    We'll be available at:

    • Burdekin Theatre Foyer - Tuesday 25 June - 10 am - 1 pm
    • Burdekin Show - Wednesday 26 June - 10 am - 8 pm
    • Home Hill IGA - Thursday 27 June 10 am - 12 pm

    Can’t make it to one of these events? You can still get involved by completing our survey and sharing your stories on our interactive map. 

  • Burdekin scores funding to battle impacts of climate change

    The Palaszczuk Government has provided funding to help Burdekin Shire Council to prepare its coastal communities for the impact of climate change.


    Minister for Environment and Science Leeanne Enoch said this grant will allow the council to prepare a coastal hazard adaptation strategy, identify risks and develop management options.

    For more information see the official media release here.