TAPP understands and celebrates the social, employment and economic benefits that our local agricultural industry offer our region. It is well documented that the environmental
This is Stage 2 of a collaborative project using a soft engineering restoration process to reduce erosion on the T.S. Onslow site in Golden Beach,
For many years live aboard vessels have anchored in the Pumicestone Passage and Bells Creek. Local tourism operators and recreational users of the passage at
TAPP takes interest in the continual monitoring of the potential ocean breach of Bribie Island into areas of the Pumicestone Passage. Members regularly invest time
Stormwater from this location drains to Bells Creek via four infiltration basins. This has reduced the buffer between the development and water ultimately entering Pumicestone
TAPP has worked with council engineers to encourage use of best practice techniques for management of storm water runoff from the Southern Lakes development. Concerns
TAPP has worked with Stockland over the Aura Development to ensure best practice targets were achieved in this large-scale development within the Pumicestone Passage Catchment.
In line with TAPP’s objectives we will continue to advocate to ensure that future changes to land use in the Pumicestone Passage catchment area will