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Community Engagement

Port of Townsville has engaged extensively with its community and key stakeholders across the 10 year planning phase of the Channel Capacity Upgrade Project.

Community forums, presentations and information sessions have been held with businesses, schools, community groups, advocacy groups and Government. Our forums included independent experts from James Cook University, Australian Institute of Marine Science as well as consultants we have used in the project planning process. Some of these information forums were recorded and can be viewed at the links below.

If you’d like to hear more about the project in a one-on-one environment, contact the team today on 0436 653 343 to book your presentation.

Resources

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Context & Drivers for Townsville Port Expansion

Ranee Crosby, CEO Port of Townsville Limited

Movement of Sediment & Sediment Sources in Cleveland Bay

Professor Peter Ridd, James Cook University

Turbidity levels in Cleveland Bay and activities impacting on sensitive receptors

Dr Ross Jones, Australian Institute Marine Science

Turbidity and the early life stages of corals

Dr Ross Jones, Australian Institute of Marine Science

Port of Townsville environmental approach and history of dredging in Townsville

Kim Gebers, GM Infrastructure Port of Townsville Limited

Capital Dredging Modelling and Monitoring included in the PEP EIS

Mr Brad Grant, BMT WBM

Maintenance Dredging – Modelling and Modelling included in the PEP EIS

Mr Brad Grant, BMT WBM

Dredge Material Placement Options

Melinda Louden, Manager Environment & Planning, Port of Townsville Limited

Dredge Material Placement Options (2)

Melinda Louden, Manager Environment & Planning, Port of Townsville Limited

A Perspective from the Cruise Ship Industry of Townsville

Julie O’Brien

A Perspective from the Commercial Shipping Industry

Geoff Dagleish

Water Quality Dashboard Project

Annie Ilett