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A simple start on the coastal adaptation journey for District Council of Robe, SA
A small coastal town in South Australia is undertaking a more planned and integrated approach to coastal adaptation, using CoastAdapt resources to identify existing and potential coastal hazards and their possible impacts with a focus on tourism
Robe is a small tourist town in South Australia that has been undertaking coastal adaptation on an ‘as needs’ basis. Robe Council recognised the need to move to a more planned and integrated approach to coastal adaptation. A key question for the council however was where to begin? They found the educational tools and first pass risk assessment tools in CoastAdapt proved to be an excellent place to start.