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In response to several severe weather events, emergency works were commenced to protect sections of the Stockton coastline most at risk of further erosion as we work through the development of a long-term strategy for Stockton Beach.
This work is ongoing and the Stockton community is provided with an update each month to outline the progress and status of this work. You can sign-up to the mailing list to receive this update by email.
The current update (March 2023) outlines the most recent work at Stockton, as well as the project map below. You can also view a larger version of the map here.
You can also find out more about repairs to the King Street breakwater and the new buried seawall at the southern end of the Mitchell Street seawall.
The continued use of closed accessways is damaging Stockton’s coastline and vandalism is posing an ongoing challenge. Please respect work crews and follow any directional signage.
City of Newcastle undertakes a regular program of beach scraping at Stockton Beach to help increase local dune resilience. This is an important part of our coastal management activities prior to the delivery of mass sand nourishment. Read more about beach scraping in the Beach Scraping Information Sheet.
February 2023 (PDF)
December 2022 (PDF)
November 2022 (PDF)
October 2022 (PDF)
September 2022 (PDF)
August 2022 (PDF)
July 2022 (PDF)
June 2022 (PDF)
May 2022 (PDF)
April 2022 (PDF)
March 2022 (PDF)
February 2022 (PDF)
December 2021 (PDF)
November 2021 (PDF)
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City of Newcastle acknowledges that we operate on the grounds of the traditional country of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples.
We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing relationship with the land, and that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years of dispossession.
CN reiterates its commitment to address disadvantages and attain justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this community.