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The coastal landscape in the Gladstone Region is a diverse and dynamic stretch of the Queensland coastline.
Our coastlines are always changing. Powerful storms move sand offshore, which typically returns during calmer conditions. Your snaps help us to understand and manage coastal environments for future generations.
CoastSnap is a community beach monitoring technology that uses smartphones to monitor coastal change.
For more information on this global citizen project, visit CoastSnap.
How to get involved
- Place your phone on its side in the cradle
- Take a photo (no zoom)
- Share by using the free CoastSnap App (Android and Apple) and select “UPDATE SPOT” or post to social media using the station hashtag
Once you’ve uploaded your snaps, they’ll appear in the map below!
CoastSnap stations can be found at:
- Agnes Water – #CoastSnapKoonggullunee
- Barney Point – #CoastSnapDoloa
- Canoe Point – #CoastSnapGoondool
- Seventeen Seventy – #CoastSnapMeeroonyanee
- Wild Cattle Inlet – #CoastSnapWinyim
- Turkey Beach – #CoastSnapWagun
Check out the latest CoastSnaps
Gladstone Regional Council
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Get In Touch
(07) 4970 0700
8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday
PO Box 29
Gladstone Qld 4680
Gladstone Regional Council would like to acknowledge the Bailai, Gurang, Gooreng Gooreng and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land. Gladstone Regional Council would also like to pay respect to Elders both past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Learn more about Council's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
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