News - Strategies & Plans

Landholder survey report now available

26 June 2020

Thank you to the more than 600 landholders who filled in and returned the Corangamite CMA's 2019 Social Benchmarking Survey. This feedback provides valuable insight and allows the Corangamite CMA to...

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Corangamite CMA moves to solar power

7 January 2019

The solar panels have been installed on a tilt frame orientated 10° north to maximise solar production throughout all months of the year. The Corangamite CMA recently installed a 30kW Solar...

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The “Living Moorabool”

27 November 2018

Workshop notes - Expanding the thinking of a possible future “Living Moorabool”. Artwork by Corrina Eccles. A group of passionate Moorabool River stakeholders gathered in Meredith last week to...

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Welcome announcement for the Barwon

11 October 2018

Minister for Water Lisa Neville joined Traditional Owners, community members and other stakeholders on the banks of the Barwon River in Geelong to announce a new Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC)...

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Curdies and Gellibrand Estuary Management Plans

11 December 2017

The Corangamite CMA has prepared Estuary Management Plans (EMPs) for two iconic estuaries in the region’s southwest - the Curdies and Gellibrand. Through a collaborative process and with the...

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Minister Neville launches the Living Moorabool project

29 November 2017

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,...

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We want YOUR feedback!

1 November 2017

Are you interested in flooding? Have YOUR say on the Draft Regional Flood Strategy!The Corangamite Catchment Regional Management Strategy is now out for public consultation. The draft Strategy...

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What do cultural heritage and floodplain management have in common?

23 October 2017

This is just one of the questions the Floodplain Statutory Functions team explored during their visit with Traditional Elder Uncle Bryon from the Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation and his niece...

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Western District Lakes adaptation pathways

18 September 2017

The Western District Lakes are an iconic feature of the region’s landscape. They define what we visualise when we think about the Victorian Volcanic Plains, they have highly significant cultural...

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Hooray! We launch the new Corangamite Flood Portal

21 July 2017

A screenshot of the new Corangamite Flood Portal Flooding.    Floodplains.    Works on Waterways.    Flood-prone. These words aren’t commonplace in...

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