Coastal Marine and Management Plan on Exhibition

Published on 06 June 2024


The Borough of Queenscliffe Coastal and Marine Management Plan (CMMP) sets the strategic direction for marine and coastal Crown land managed by the Borough of Queenscliffe. It has been designed to align with the Marine and Coastal Act 2018 and associated policy.

The purpose of the CMMP is to describe how the Borough will manage designated areas of marine and coastal Crown land, working in partnership with Wadawurrung Traditional Owners, partner agencies and stakeholders.

The 15 year vision for the plan is: Within Wadawurrung Country, our resilient marine and coastal environment, with its rich living heritage and culture is valued by all. Working alongside Wadawurrung Traditional Owners and our coastal communities, we collaborate to protect and care for this special place now and in the future.

We recognise the invaluable contributions, support and commitment of many people who worked with us to develop this Coastal and Marine Management Plan (CMMP). We are grateful for the opportunity to work with representatives from the Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation in codeveloping actions and content for this plan. We also thank the Borough’s community including environment groups, community associations, local residents, and holiday-makers, especially those who took the time to respond to the online survey, attend meetings or provide written feedback.

The CMMP is being placed on exhibition for a period of 28 days. You are invited to provide feedback on the plan up until close of business on 5th July 2024. 

Your comments can be sent via email or by mail to Borough of Queenscliffe, 50 Learmonth Street (PO Box 93), Queenscliff.

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