Coast and Catchments

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The Livingstone coast stretches around 300 kilometres and includes spectacular coastal wetlands, sandy beaches, reefs, estuaries and inlets, offshore islands, and a rich diversity of cultural, economic, and environmental values. From Stanage in the north to Fitzroy River in the south, the Livingstone coast has countless picturesque sandy beaches, coastal townships and offshore islands which makes it an ideal tourist destination and place to live.