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  • Public Notices
    Marine Safety Act 2010 Section 208(2) NOTICE OF BOATING ACTIVITY EXCLUSION ZONE Corangamite Catchment Management Authority as the declared waterway manager for the Barwon River between the Lower Breakwater and...
  • Terms of use
    © Corangamite Catchment Management Authority 2020 Disclaimer The content of this website is provided for information purposes only. No claim is made as to the accuracy or authenticity of the...
  • Lower Barwon wetlands
    The Barwon Basin and the Lower Barwon Wetlands. This map includes the Moorabool catchment, a major tributary of the Barwon River (VEWH, 2015) The Barwon River rises in the Otway...
  • Upper Barwon River
    The Barwon River rises in the Otway Ranges and flows through or near the townships of Forrest, Birregurra, Winchelsea, and Inverleigh, before flowing through Geelong and the Lower Barwon Wetlands...
  • Regional Catchment Strategy
    Regional Catchment Strategy Renewal The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy is due for renewal as required under the Catchment and Land Protection Act.  The Victorian Catchment Management Council in conjunction with...
  • Minister Neville launches the Living Moorabool project
    Bruce Harwood, Mayor, City of Greater Geelong, Alice Knight, Chair, Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, Jo Plummer, Chair, Barwon Water, Lisa Neville, Victorian Water Minister, Byron Powell, Chair, Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation,...
  • Barwon River through Geelong
    Important notice – Recreational use of the Barwon through Geelong precinct Recreational use of the Barwon through Geelong precinct is permitted in accordance with Victorian Government restrictions to combat the...
  • Water for the environment
    Explore environmental flows data Water for the environment Water for the environment is water released into rivers to help plants and animals who need a helping hand at particular times...
  • Funding Opportunities
    The Corangamite CMA funds individuals, landholders, community groups and volunteer environment organisations to implement a range of projects including revegetation, weed control, willow removal, stock exclusion fencing, off-stream watering, sustainable agriculture,...
  • Regional plans & strategies
    Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy 2013-2019 The Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) guides the long-term direction for managing Corangamite’s land, water resources, biodiversity and coastal assets. The Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy 2013–2019 provides...
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