Point Moore Survey and Information Session

Over the past months the City's coastline have been eroded by winter storms, high swells and high tides.

The beaches at Point Moore have eroded right up to the base of the dunes, making it unsafe to drive on at times which resulted in the vehicle access tracks being temporarily closed.

Since then, concerns have been raised by Councillors and the community about coastal erosion have sparked a conversation about how the ongoing recreational use of Point Moore beaches and the much needed protection of the coastal dunes must be balanced.

Therefore, the City is engaging with the community to gain a better understanding of how and why people value and use these popular beaches. The feedback received will inform management of the dunes and beaches including vehicles driving on the beach.

Have Your Say

Community Survey

Residents interested in contributing to the conversation are invited to take the City’s online survey here 

Hard copy surveys are also available at the City Civic Centre, Geraldton Visitor Centre and Geraldton Regional Library. The survey closes on Monday 20 September 2021 at 8.30am.

The survey closes on Monday 20 September 2021 at 8.30am. 

Drop-In Information Session

The City will also be holding a Drop-In Information Session regarding the issue. Community members are invited to stop by for a chat with City staff at a Point Moore Drop-In Information Session on Saturday 18 September 2021 from 9am-11am at the Bob Davies Park at Point Moore.

Picture Caption: Eroded beach at Point Moore.

Point Moore Beach