30 Flood Projects found

River Basin: 206 - Macleay

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    Visual Levee Audits

    Frederickton Levee

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/08/2020
    Frederickton Levee - Visual Audit 2020, Levee Owner Manual, centreline and levee type shapefiles

  • Flood Project
    Visual Levee Audits

    Kempsey Levee

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/08/2020
    Visual Audit, Owners Manual and GIS files (centreline and levee type)

  • Flood Project
    Visual Levee Audits

    Hat Head Levee

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/07/2020
    Hat Head Levee - Levee Owner Manuals, Visual Audits 1993 and 2019, Crest Level Survey centreline and levee type shapefiles

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    Flood study

    Lower Macleay Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 22/11/2019
    The Lower Macleay River floodplain occupies an approximately 500km2 of coastal floodplain downstream of Kempsey, to the Macleay River’s main outlet at South West Rocks. The...

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    Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Kempsey CBD Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Completed
    Publication date: 28/05/2017
    The Macleay River catchment covers an area of approximately 11500 square kilometres; the upper reaches of which are located within the New England Tablelands. The objective of...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Kempsey CBD Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 28/05/2017
    The Macleay River catchment covers an area of approximately 11500 square kilometres; the upper reaches of which are located within the New England Tablelands. The main...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Kempsey Hydraulic Model Tuflow Update

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/12/2016
    At the commencement of the Kempsey CBD Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan it was decided to convert Council’s existing flood model to a TUFLOW model. It was considered...

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    Flood study

    Nambucca Heads Flood Study (Draft)

    Completed
    Publication date: 19/04/2011
    The study area for this Flood Study includes the flood-prone parts of the Nambucca River and Warrell Creek floodplains from Watts Creek to the mouth of the river. The overall...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Walcha - Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 15/09/2009
    The township of Walcha is located on the Apsley River in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. It is positioned about 300 km north of Sydney and 55 km south of Armidale....

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Walcha Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Completed
    Publication date: 15/09/2009
    The township of Walcha is located on the Apsley River in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. It is positioned about 300 km north of Sydney and 55 km south of Armidale....

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Kempsey Flood Study Hydraulic Modelling Report

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/08/2009
    The central business district (CBD) of Kempsey is sited on a natural overbank flow path of the Macleay River and is prone to severe flooding during floods in the order of the...

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    Post event flood behaviour reports

    Kempsey - CBD Options Assessment

    Completed
    Publication date: 26/05/2009
    The central business district (CBD) of the main Kempsey township is located adjacent to the Macleay River. The CBD area is sited on a natural overbank flow path of the Macleay...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Kempsey Levee Gradient Sensitivity Assessment

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/03/2008
    Levees are the main form of flood protection afforded to a number of regional NSW towns situated on major rivers. Levee designs have typically been based on actual historic peak...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Macleay River at Kempsey - Geomorphologic Assessment

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/03/2008
    There have been a number of studies previously undertaken on the bed dynamics and geomorphology of the lower Macleay River and its floodplain. These include broader assessments...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Macleay - Floodplain Survey

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/02/2007
    The Kempsey Local Emergency Management Committee had for some time been considering issues relating to flooding of the Lower Macleay Floodplain. Increasing development on the...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Kempsey to Eungai Upgrading the Pacific Highway Project Application Report

    Completed
    Publication date: 12/07/2006
    The RTA is developing a project to provide a 40.5km Upgrade of the Pacific Highway between Kempsey and Eungai. The proposed Upgrade will incorporate a major crossing of the...

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    Flood study

    Armidale Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 24/04/2006
    The primary objective of this study is to define the flood behaviour of Dumaresq Creek at Armidale, and along the lower reaches of Martins Gully, Black Gully and Yoogoonda...

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    Flood study

    Saltwater Creek Flood Study (Final Draft)

    Completed
    Publication date: 20/02/2006
    The township of South West Rocks is located near the mouth of the Macleay River on the mid north coast of New South Wales. It is positioned about 450 km north of Sydney and...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Walcha Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 21/11/2005
    The township of Walcha is located on the Apsley River in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. It is positioned about 300 km north of Sydney and 55 km south of Armidale....

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Kempsey Flood Study Hydraulic Modelling Report (Draft)

    Completed
    Publication date: 30/08/2005
    The central business district (CBD) of the main Kempsey township is located adjacent to the Macleay River. The CBD area is sited on a natural overbank flow path of the Macleay...