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Help guide future planning of Scarborough Boat Harbour

Public consultation on the Scarborough Boat Harbour Draft Master Plan has now commenced.

The harbour is an integral part of the Redcliffe Peninsula and Moreton Bay’s social, cultural, and economic landscape, with the finalised plan to play a key role in its future development.

In 2021, the Department of Transport and Main Roads undertook an evidence-based and collaborative master planning project, which included ideas for the harbour from community and stakeholder groups.

Insights gained through this early engagement have helped inform the draft master plan.

Community consultation on the Scarborough Boat Harbour Draft Master Plan is open until 11 December 2023 via

Feedback gathered throughout the draft master plan’s consultation process will play a critical role in the development of the finalised plan.

Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said “The Scarborough Boat Harbour Draft Master Plan will help establish a long-term vision for the harbour.

“In doing so, it will provide safe and efficient access to Queensland waters, promote activities that are commercially and environmentally sustainable, support the maritime industry, generate local employment and tourism, and improve the harbour’s appeal for the community and visitors.

“I strongly encourage community members and stakeholder groups to provide feedback on the draft plan.

“This will help inform the final master plan and ensure a variety of voices are heard.”

Member for Redcliffe Yvette D’Ath said “I welcome consultation on the Scarborough Boar Harbour Draft Master Plan.

“This is an important step in planning for the future of the Redcliffe Peninsula and I look forward to working through the feedback.”