Council monitors and reports on the water quality of 22 local swimming areas, including eleven ocean beaches, four lagoon sites and seven tidal baths/rock pools.
Estuaries, lagoons and wetlands are dynamic, living entities, and an important part of the natural environment.
A driver of change in the global climate is global warming, which is caused by an increase in the greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Environment Protection Licences are required for a number of activities with the potential to impact on the environment under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act).
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