Foreshore Management Plans
Foreshore Management Plans are developed with a high level of input from community groups and government bodies and aim to give all parties a clear expectation of management roles, responsibilities, and proposed activities over a 15 year period, with a structured review carried out every five years.
The plans are developed in accordance with the Coastal Management Act 1995 and align with other State policies and documents including the guiding principles of the Victorian Coastal Strategy (2008), the Urban Design Framework for Marlo (2007), and relevant Coastal Action Plans.
Foreshore Management Plans are public documents that set out the day to day local land management requirements for foreshore areas managed by East Gippsland Shire Council and other land managers. These requirements cover management activities that are achievable within the timeframe of the plan and are appropriate for the particular foreshore area and environment.
Lake Tyers Beach Issues and Opportunities Paper
Draft Marlo and Bemm River Foreshore Management Plans and consultation
Lakes Entrance Foreshore Management Plan (PDF 3.66 MB)
Mallacoota Foreshore Management Plan (PDF 3.66 MB)
Newlands Arm Foreshore Management Plan (PDF 5.88 MB)
Metung and Mosquito Point Foreshores Management Plan (PDF 2.28 MB)