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    Flood study

    Nepean River Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 15/04/2015
    The study area defined by Council is as follows: The Nepean River from Menangle Weir (4.5 kilometres upstream of Camden Council’s LGA boundary) to the river’s confluence with...

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    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Camden - Flood Risk Management Policy

    Completed
    Publication date: 10/04/2006
    The Flood Risk Management Policy establishes flood risk management planning and development procedures for all flood prone land within the Camden Local Government Area (LGA)....

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    Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Upper Nepean River Floodplain Management Study and (Draft) Plan (Volume 3)

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/11/2000
    Flooding is a relatively frequent occurrence in the Upper Nepean valley. Periodically, water from the Nepean River flows across the floodplains and into low lying areas of the...

  • Flood Project
    Guidance, Tools and Resources

    Camden Area - Flood Prone Land Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/10/1992
    The Camden Area Flood Prone Land Study was commenced in February 1992. The brief required the definition of potential flooding, before and after mining subsidence, and the...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

    Upper Nepean River Floodplain Management Study and Plan

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/04/2001
    Flooding is a relatively frequent occurrence in the Upper Nepean valley. Periodically, water from the Nepean River flows across the floodplains and into low lying areas of the...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Camden Floodplain Management Strategy Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/03/1985
    The Nepean River and its headwater tributaries, the Avon, Cordeaux and Cataract Rivers, rise in the Illawarra Range to the west of Wollongong at an elevation of about 500 in....