THE CORANGAMITE CMA IS INVITING THE COMMUNITY TO ASSIST IN REVERSING PLATYPUS POPULATION DECLINE

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) supports WaterWatch Victoria in a joint partnership with ODONATA to help reverse platypus decline in Victoria. Community members are invited to participate in one of the most significant citizen scientist projects...

CCMA LAUNCHES $1.5M DUNECARE INITIATIVE TO TURN THE TIDE ON OUR SHIFTING SANDS

The Australian Government’s Bellarine and Great Ocean Road Dunecare Project is a $1.5M commitment to conserving coastal sand dune native flora and fauna habitat at risk of erosion on coastal Crown Land between St Leonards and Marengo. The Coastal Management Grants...

AGENCIES ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO ALLEVIATE FLOODING IMPACTS ON BIRREGURRA-FORREST ROAD

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) is working with Barwon Water, Colac Otway Shire and Department of Transport to mitigate the impacts of localised flooding downstream of the Upper Barwon, including the closure of Birregurra-Forrest Road and some...
THE CORANGAMITE CMA IS CREATING MORE HABITAT FOR FISH

THE CORANGAMITE CMA IS CREATING MORE HABITAT FOR FISH

Native fish habitat will breathe new life into the Barwon River and Curdies Estuary thanks to two new projects under the Australian Government’s ‘Fisheries Habitat Restoration Program’. The Barwon River and Curdies Estuary Habitat Restoration Projects will improve...

GET SHOCKED WITH ELECTROFISHING ON THE CURDIES

GET SHOCKED WITH ELECTROFISHING ON THE CURDIES

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and fishing conservation charity OzFish Unlimited invites interested community members to attend an Electrofishing demonstration at the Curdievale boat ramp on Sunday 27 June, at 1pm. The electrofishing survey will help...

2021 VICTORIAN LANDCARE GRANTS NOW OPEN

2021 VICTORIAN LANDCARE GRANTS NOW OPEN

Volunteers helping to protect and restore Victoria’s land and environment can now apply for afunding boost, thanks to the Victorian Government. Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio has opened the latest roundof the Victorian Landcare...

LOWER BARWON WETLANDS RECIEVES A $2M INFRASTRUCUTE BOOST

LOWER BARWON WETLANDS RECIEVES A $2M INFRASTRUCUTE BOOST

The completion of a new Tidal Barrage Weir and Fishways on the Lower Barwon Wetlands will improve water management for the Geelong region and provide vital passage for significantly threatened migratory fish species like the Australian Grayling. The construction of...