Coastal action plans for the GCB include the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Action Plan (2015), the Gippsland Boating Coastal Action Plan (2002), the Integrated Coastal Planning for Gippsland Coastal Action Plan (2002), the Gippsland Estuaries Coastal Action Plan (2006) and the Gippsland Boating Coastal Action Plan 2013. The GCB has also produced numerous detailed management guidelines and information brochures to encourage improved coastal management outcomes.
The Gippsland Regional Coastal Plan 2015 provides a regional framework for planning and decision-making on both public and freehold land at the local level. It also provides a focus for all agencies with responsibility for coastal management to act together to plan and manage the coast.
The Gippsland Regional Coastal Plan 2015 is currently being finalised. Once this is done, the plan will be available on this website. 17 submissions for the plan were received by the Gippsland Coastal Board during the consultation period, with a further 12 submissions pertaining to statewide issues. Submissions received during the consultation process can be found here.
The Gippsland Boating Coastal Action Plan provides for the long term development of recreational boating facilities within Gippsland.
The Gippsland Estuaries Coastal Action Plan defines a strategic framework for planning and management of estuaries across Gippsland to ensure their sustainable management and use into the future.
The Integrated Coastal Planning for Gippsland – Coastal Action Plan provides for an integrated approach to coastal planning in Gippsland and will help ensure that coastal development occurs in a sustainable manner.
The Coastal Action Plan details actions to be undertaken by a wide range of organisations, and also sets the long-term objectives and strategic direction for land managers in the Gippsland Lakes region and the wider catchment.
A listing of all of Victorias Coastal Action Plans can be obtained from the Coastlinks Victoria CAP page.