Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) - RC-MRC-FRF DR5028 (Additional project)
Case study type
NDRRA - joint Commonwealth and State
1 July 2017
Works will include removal of accumulated sediment, re-establish the riffle control and fishway using a full width fishway design that is efficient for fish passage and low maintanance. Works will improve fish passage, improve resilience to future events and provide the landholder with a pump hole. All sediment removed will be potentially prevented from entering the waterways and flowing to the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon.
In total, 88 projects were completed by 30 June 2019. These included:
Approximately 290,000 tonnes of sediment have been prevented from polluting the coastline every year; including the Great Barrier Reef and Moreton Bay environments.
Natural Disaster Relief and Recover Arrangements Summary Report
Last updated: 23 March 2021
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Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2021) Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) - RC-MRC-FRF DR5028 (Additional project), WetlandInfo website, accessed 26 September 2022. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/resources/tools/wetland-project/natural-disaster-relief-and-recovery-arrangements-ndrra-rc-mrc-frf-dr5028-95c1/