Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan

This consultation has concluded.

The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on public exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say.

The plan will help to achieve catchment management actions and targets of biodiversity, water, land and community issues.

We would love to hear your feedback!


The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on public exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say.

The plan will help to achieve catchment management actions and targets of biodiversity, water,Continue reading

The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on public exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say.

The plan will help to achieve catchment management actions and targets of biodiversity, water, land and community issues.

We would love to hear your feedback!


The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on public exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say.

The plan will help to achieve catchment management actions and targets of biodiversity, water, land and community issues.

We would love to hear your feedback!

The Lane Cove River estuary is the tidal part of the river between the weir at Lane Cove National Park and the mouth of the river between Greenwich Point and Woolwich. The estuary is highly valued as it preserves remnant bushland of significant ecological value and also acts as a resource for a variety of recreational pursuits.

The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan will help to achieve catchment management actions and targets of biodiversity, water, land and community issues and has the following aims:

1 Water Quality – To optimise water quality within the Lane Cove River estuary and its tributaries.

2 Climate Change – To plan for and adapt to the potential impacts of climate change on the natural and built environments of the estuary.

3 Aquatic and Riparian habitat – To protect, enhance and restore aquatic habitats and foreshore vegetation.

4 Foreshore Protection – To manage existing built foreshore assets while maximising environmental values and minimise negative impacts of development on the catchment and waterway health.

5 Estuary Health Monitoring and Evaluation – To develop and support coordinated monitoring, reporting and evaluation programs for the Lane Cove River estuary.

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  • The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on Public Exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say. Dowload the Plan from the "Library" tab on this page.

    Your feedback will help four local Councils having river foreshore frontage, State Government agencies and non-government organisations to better manage the estuary.

    Thanks for taking the time to Have Your Say!

    The Lane Cove River Coastal Zone Management Plan (CZMP) is on Public Exhibition from 13 May 2013 until 21 June 2013 and you are invited to have your say. Dowload the Plan from the "Library" tab on this page.

    Your feedback will help four local Councils having river foreshore frontage, State Government agencies and non-government organisations to better manage the estuary.

    Thanks for taking the time to Have Your Say!