Jimmys Beach Sand Restoration


MidCoast Council contractors are half way dredging the eastern channel of the lower Myall River, with 60,000 cubic metres of sand added to the Winda ...Nothing found

Landowners Help Protect Karuah River


Farmers can protect the Karuah River and the Port Stephens estuary by joining a project showcased during Landcare Week (3-9 August). The Karuah-Borland Landcare ...Nothing found

Redhead Quarry Reclamation


35,000 trees and plants to transform former quarry site. A disused Redhead quarry that was once an illegal dumping hot-spot will be transformed ...Nothing found

Further Erosion at Jimmys Beach


Erosion is likely to continue today at Jimmys Beach at the northern side of Port Stephens inside the entrance. Jimmys Beach ...Nothing found

Council “Working around the clock” at Stockton


Council staff and contractors have been working around the clock to protect the beach and nearby buildings at Stockton. Stockton Beach buttressing ...Nothing found

Jimmys Beach Erosion Ongoing


High tides at Jimmys Beach on Thursday and Friday evenings will continue to threaten the Beach. Erosion of Jimmys Beach, Hawks Nest. ...Nothing found

Stockton Residents Greenlight Coastal Plan


Long-term actions for Stockton’s coastline get broad residents’ approval. City of Newcastle’s proposal for mass-offshore sand replacement and immediate minimal buried seawall extension works ...Nothing found


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