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Flood study

Duck Creek Flood Study



The Duck Creek Flood Study has been prepared for Wollongong City Council (Council) to define the existing flood behaviour in the Duck Creek catchment and establish the basis for subsequent floodplain management activities.
The primary objective of the Flood Study is to define the flood behaviour of the Duck Creek catchment through the establishment of appropriate numerical models. The study has produced information on flood flows, velocities, levels and extents for arange of flood event magnitudes under existing catchment and floodplain
conditions. Specifically, the study incorporates:

  • Compilation and review of existing information pertinent to the study and acquisition of additional data including survey as required;

  • A community consultation and participation program to identify local flooding concerns, collect information on historical flood behaviour and engage the community
    in the on-going floodplain management process;

  • Development and calibration of appropriate hydrologic and hydraulic models;

  • Determination of design flood conditions for a range of design event including the 10% AEP, 5% AEP, 2% AEP, 1% AEP, 0.5% AEP and extreme flood event; and

  • Presentation of study methodology, results and findings in a comprehensive report incorporating detailed flood mapping.

Additional Information

Field Value
Title Duck Creek Flood Study
Publication Date 15 February 2012
Themes Land and Resource Management
Spatial Extent
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Council/LGA Wollongong City Council
Author/ Prepared by BMT WBM Pty Ltd
Publish date 13 September 2017
Update date 10 November 2017
Place Name Yallah, Mount Marshall, Haywards Bay, South Dapto
Approval State Approved
Submitted for approval 20 September 2017
Submitted by Don Stazic
Approved 10 November 2017
Approved by ses-sysadmin
Data Comment

Report only.

Identifier 2be0e8ff-0e4d-43c0-a555-5928e622d149