This policy brief discusses the resilience of flood-adapted iTaukei communities in the Lower Ba River Catchment, in northwestern Viti Levu, Fiji. It explores the various strategies used by villages to adapt to floods and examines how these strategies are chosen based on sociocultural factors and access to resources, power, and information. The findings presented in this policy brief derive from research carried out in three villages recovering from the impacts of flooding from 2012. This policy brief outlines the important role that communities play in implementing climate adaptation strategies as part of long-term risk reduction approaches. In acknowledging local knowledge and each village’s unique context, climate adaptation strategies can effectively address the needs and reflect the interests of these at-risk communities.