Victoria Boating Coastal Action Plan (CAP) was launched by Michael
Crutchfield, former Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment
and Water at Torquay on Monday 1st November 2010. Click
here for the Parliamentary Secretary's media release.
CAP provides the strategic framework to guide the provision of
improved and more sustainable boating facilities across the Western
coastal region which extends from Breamlea (near Torquay) in the
east to the South Australian border in the west.
CAP was developed in accordance with the Coastal Management Act
1995 and implements key policies and actions of the Victorian
Coastal Strategy (2008). Importantly, the Boating CAP ensures
that the State's west coast now has a coordinated strategic plan
with which to approach the provision, maintenance and management
of recreational boating infrastructure.
Parliamentary Secretary, Michael Crutchfield, and Acting WCB Chairman,
Sue Mudford, at the launch of the Boating CAP.