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    Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    St Georges Basin Floodplain Risk Management Plan

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/12/2006
    SUMMARY St Georges Basin is a coastal lagoon within the Shoalhaven City Council area. The Basin has a surface area of approximately 37 square kilometres discharging through the...

  • Flood Project
    Floodplain Risk Management Study

    St Georges Basin Floodplain Risk Management Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/12/2006
    SUMMARY St Georges Basin is a coastal lagoon within the Shoalhaven City Council area. In the last 30 years the land usage around the Basin has undergone significant changes,...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Currambene Creek and Moona Moona Creek Flood Studies

    Completed
    Publication date: 10/11/2006
    1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Study Background A comprehensive Floodplain Risk Management Plan (FRMP) is to be prepared for the Currambene and Moona Moona Creek catchments as part of a...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    Nowra and Browns Creeks Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/03/2005
    INTRODUCTION Nowra has a population of about 25000 and has experienced steady growth over the last 10 years. Nowra Creek is a tributary of the Shoalhaven River that drains the...

  • Flood Project
    Flood study

    St Georges Basin Flood Study

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/10/2001
    SUMMARY St Georges Basin has a catchment area of approximately 327 square kilometres and lies wholly within the boundaries of Shoalhaven City Council. The area of the Basin...

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    Post event data collection

    Floods of February 1971 on the South Coast

    Completed
    Publication date: 01/06/1971
    This report presents meteorological and hydrographic information concerning the floods which occurred on the South Coast of New South Wales in February 1971. In some South Coast...