25 datasets found

Tags: City of Gold Coast

  • Gold Coast Active & Healthy

    The Active & Healthy program offers free or low cost physical activities and healthy eating workshops every week. The program is designed to get the whole family active as...
  • Vegetation protection order

    This layer identifies properties which contain vegetation protection orders. City Plan Version 3
  • Biodiversity areas

    This layer identifies areas of environmental significance, specifically protected areas, coastal wetlands and islands core habitat system, Hinterland core habitat system,...
  • Hinterland to coast critical corridors

    This layer identifies bioregional corridors that connect large areas of intact remnant vegetation in the city’s west to coastal areas in the east. City Plan Version 3
  • Local significant species

    This layer identifies essential habitat and recorded locations of protected species listed under Queensland’s Nature Conservation Act 1992 and Vegetation Management Act 1999 and...
  • Regulated vegetation

    This layer identifies regulated vegetation. City Plan Version 3
  • State significant species

    This layer identifies essential habitat and recorded locations of protected species listed under Queensland’s Nature Conservation Act 1992 and Vegetation Management Act 1999 and...
  • Vegetation management

    This layer identifies general, medium and high priority value vegetation. City Plan Version 3
  • City of Gold Coast Flood Levels

    This dataset provides designated flood levels for properties that fall within the 100yr flood extents.
  • Flood assessment required

    This layer identifies areas potentially affected by flood inundation. This layer does not define flood height.
  • Landslide hazard

    This layer defines areas throughout the City which are affected by moderate, high and very high landslide risk and steep slopes.
  • Woongoolba flood mitigation catchment area

    This layer identifies the location of the Woongoolba Flood Mitigation Catchment Area.
  • Industry interface area

    This layer manages development that may have an adverse impact on the current or future viability of high impact industry uses
  • Minimum lot size

    Defines the minimum lot size applied to industrial land in Yatala and some Rural residential zoned land to ensure larger lot sizes of 2000 or 4000 sqm.
  • Residential density

    This layer defines residential densities which are not consistent with residential densities in the zone codes.
  • Ridges and significant hills protection

    This layer defines ridges and significant hills within the city where development is to be regulated to protect the scenic and environmental value of these areas.
  • Pacific Motorway service roads

    This layer defines the service roads for the Pacific Motorway service roads overlay.
  • Mudgeeraba village character

    As a result of the 2003 Planning Schemes LAP conversion process an overlay map with this layer was created to ensure that the character of the Mudgeeraba village is retained.
  • Light rail urban renewal area

    Defines the boundary of the Light Rail Urban Renewal area where development is to be intensified.
  • Community infrastructure

    Critical community infrastructure, the layers contribute to the City Plan Industry, community infrastructure and agriculture land interface area overlay.