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To help us prepare for changing climatic conditions and increase the resilience of Casey’s coastal areas, the City of Casey has developed the draft Casey Coastal Framework.

As part of developing the draft Coastal Framework, we have examined coastal hazard risk for the Casey coastal region and its communities.

This assessment provides key information on coastal hazards and risks, when and where they may occur, and what values and assets may be impacted into the future. The information you provide will be used to inform our management approach (adaptation pathways) to reduce the level of risk we experience as our coast changes.

We went to community to share some of the findings emerging from the assessment and valued your feedback that was provided.

What are coastal hazards?

  • Temporary inundation: temporary flooding of low-lying coastal land from king tides, often due to storm events; also called ‘storm tide inundation’.
  • Coastal erosion: the process by which wind, waves, and coastal currents shift sediment (sand) away from the shoreline.
  • Regular inundation from tides: long-term inundation due to sea level rise and coastal erosion.

View a snapshot of the coastal hazard assessment findings for each township

Share your feedback

Upload a written statement

To apply or for more information, please get in touch via the following methods:

  • Online via the form on this page
  • In person at the community engagement sessions, see timeline above for further infomation
  • Email Claire Brace, Principal Climate Change Officer,
  • Phone 9705 5200
  • Post to City of Casey, PO Box 1000 Narre Warren, Victoria 3805
  • Anonymously via the postal, phone or email details above.

Materials can be provided in printed format upon request.

Consultation closes 7 June 2024 (5:00PM)

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City of Casey

(03) 9705 5200
PO Box 1000, Narre Warren VIC 3805
ABN: 43 320 295 742