Amity Point Shoreline Erosion Management Planning




Over the last twelve months Council has been talking to North Stradbroke Island residents and consultants including specialised coastal engineers from Water Technology.

Through this research Council has learnt a great deal about how, when and why these changes occur.

Council is hosting an open house event Saturday 23 April from 9am-3pm at the Amity Point Community Hall, 16 Ballow Road.

At this open house residents can see what locals have said, discover the history of Amity erosion, learn about recent scientific investigations and share what they know about Amity Point.

Should you be unable to make the open house on Saturday, you can view the unstaffed display at the Amity Point Community Hall on Thursday 21 April between 12pm–3pm, or Friday 22 April between 9am–3pm. Material will also go on display at Dunwich Museum following the event.

For more information about Council’s coastal adaptation planning please click here.

How to get involved

  • Ask us a question, click on the tab below to start
  • Use the brainstormer tool below to provide us with your ideas and to view or vote on other submitted ideas
  • Register to contribute to the conversation online






Over the last twelve months Council has been talking to North Stradbroke Island residents and consultants including specialised coastal engineers from Water Technology.

Through this research Council has learnt a great deal about how, when and why these changes occur.

Council is hosting an open house event Saturday 23 April from 9am-3pm at the Amity Point Community Hall, 16 Ballow Road.

At this open house residents can see what locals have said, discover the history of Amity erosion, learn about recent scientific investigations and share what they know about Amity Point.

Should you be unable to make the open house on Saturday, you can view the unstaffed display at the Amity Point Community Hall on Thursday 21 April between 12pm–3pm, or Friday 22 April between 9am–3pm. Material will also go on display at Dunwich Museum following the event.

For more information about Council’s coastal adaptation planning please click here.

How to get involved

  • Ask us a question, click on the tab below to start
  • Use the brainstormer tool below to provide us with your ideas and to view or vote on other submitted ideas
  • Register to contribute to the conversation online