Plains Gully Creek at Swansea and Caves Beach

3 months ago

Is your house within the study area boundary? Do you use any assets, parks or schools in the study area? If so please tell us about your flooding experiences. Even if you haven't had trouble with flooding, we are interested in the whole picture.

Right now, we recognise this tributary is a small catchment located at Caves Beach and draining into Black Ned’s Bay. Nuisance flooding has been recorded at the downstream end but projected sea level rise (exacerbated by localised flooding) may be an issue at Bowman Street where the Plains Gully Creek flows into Black Ned’s Bay. To get the right information to help develop the flood study and future flood risk management study and plan, we need your help.

Your flooding history will help inform our flood study and help protect your homes and local area. Complete a short survey or visit our interactive map and share your experiences and photos, before Monday 13 April.

Thank you for your contribution! Find out more or speak to the consultant about your experience, contact WMAwater on 02 9299 2855 or lakemac@wmawater.com.au.

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