Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways

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The City of Hobart is undertaking the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project, a coastal conversation with the community.

The project will share information on the climate hazards of sea level rise, coastal erosion and inundation. We are seeking input from the community about:

  • What it values;
  • Your experiences and observations of changes; and
  • Examples of the types of responses that are typically used in responding to these impacts and protecting property and land.

Get Involved!

1. Find out more about the project by reading the Frequently Asked Questions or by visiting the City's Website

2. Complete the SURVEY

3. Attend one of our Coastal Conversation Events. These are casual drop in style events with no RSVP required. The community are encourages to drop in, view the display and speak with our consultants.

The City of Hobart is undertaking the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project, a coastal conversation with the community.

The project will share information on the climate hazards of sea level rise, coastal erosion and inundation. We are seeking input from the community about:

  • What it values;
  • Your experiences and observations of changes; and
  • Examples of the types of responses that are typically used in responding to these impacts and protecting property and land.

Get Involved!

1. Find out more about the project by reading the Frequently Asked Questions or by visiting the City's Website

2. Complete the SURVEY

3. Attend one of our Coastal Conversation Events. These are casual drop in style events with no RSVP required. The community are encourages to drop in, view the display and speak with our consultants.

  • Marieville Esplanade Feedback Form

    Thank you for your interest in the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project.  Please project your feedback by completing the survey below.

    Thank you for your interest in the Marieville Esplanade Coastal Adaptation Pathways project.  Please project your feedback by completing the survey below.

    Consultation has concluded