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Coomera Dredged Sediment Management Facility one step closer

For many years, the Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA), City of Gold Coast Council (CoGC), developers and managers of estates situated along Coomera River and nearby waterways and canals  have been searching for a cost effective and environmentally sound solution...

Evolution of the Broadwater

At the Meet the Board session held at SeaWorld Resort on 16 October 2017, GCWA Board member Professor Rodger Tomlinson (Coastal Program Leader, Climate Response at the Griffith School of Environment) presented an informative Q&A session on the evolution of the...

Gary Baildon returns to GCWA Board

Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA) today welcomes Councillor Gary Baildon AM to the Board. Cr Baildon replaces Darren Scott as Mayor Tom Tate’s representative. Mr Scott has been Mayor Tate’s delegate on the GCWA Board for close to five years, since the...

Dredging the Gold Coast waterways

Since our establishment we’ve invested $8.5 million in channel dredging to ensure safe navigational access is maintained throughout our waterways.  And there’s more to come!  Over $7.5 million worth of investment is currently planned across the city over...

Boaties to be aware of shoaling around Gold Coast Seaway

Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA) is advising boaties to exercise caution when navigating the Gold Coast Seaway due to a sand shoal developing east of the southern training wall. GCWA CEO Hal Morris said certain weather conditions can cause the sand shoal to...

Latest report on Seagrass Sensitivities released

The latest report on Seagrass Sensitivities has been released. This report provides a review of known seagrass sensitivities and resilience, including known minimum stressor thresholds and ranked threats to seagrass relevant to Gold Coast waterways. Gold Coast...