Restoring Adelaide's Lost Shellfish Reefs

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Consultation now closed

A new metro reef for South Australia

The South Australian Government is planning to construct a second shellfish reef for Adelaide metropolitan waters in the Gulf St Vincent, to help the environment and continue to boost the state's economy.

The second reef is expected to be completed by late 2020. Three locations have been identified where the reef could be built.

These locations are about 2km off the coast of:

  • Glenelg, between Glenelg jetty and West Beach boat ramp
  • O'Sullivan Beach, between Christies Beach and O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp
  • Port Noarlunga, between Port Noarlunga jetty and Onkaparinga River mouth (within Encounter Marine Park Port Noarlunga Sanctuary Zone).

How can I influence the decision?

The final location of the shellfish reef will be guided by public feedback.

HAVE YOUR SAY

This is a State Government project.

You are invited to attend one of the free community events to have your say on the preferred location. If interested, choose the session you would like to attend and register below:

For more information about the proposed locations and to have your say, please go to the state government website at State consultation

Consultation is open until 5pm on Monday 2 March.


Consultation now closed

A new metro reef for South Australia

The South Australian Government is planning to construct a second shellfish reef for Adelaide metropolitan waters in the Gulf St Vincent, to help the environment and continue to boost the state's economy.

The second reef is expected to be completed by late 2020. Three locations have been identified where the reef could be built.

These locations are about 2km off the coast of:

  • Glenelg, between Glenelg jetty and West Beach boat ramp
  • O'Sullivan Beach, between Christies Beach and O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp
  • Port Noarlunga, between Port Noarlunga jetty and Onkaparinga River mouth (within Encounter Marine Park Port Noarlunga Sanctuary Zone).

How can I influence the decision?

The final location of the shellfish reef will be guided by public feedback.

HAVE YOUR SAY

This is a State Government project.

You are invited to attend one of the free community events to have your say on the preferred location. If interested, choose the session you would like to attend and register below:

For more information about the proposed locations and to have your say, please go to the state government website at State consultation

Consultation is open until 5pm on Monday 2 March.