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  • Improving our view through the camera lens!
    Photopoint monitoring training Point Roadknight Anglesea Over 40 community members from across the Corangamite coast came together recently to improve their photopoint monitoring skills.Held over two days in Anglesea,...
  • Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles- 2018
    Male and Female junior category winners at the presentation ceremony This the Corangamite CMA once again sponsored the male and female junior categories at the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles...
  • Environmental water tour
    On a sunny winter’s day, the Corangamite CMA hosted the Victorian Environmental Water Holder (VEWH) for an environmental water based tour of the region. The tour was a great...
  • Indigenous partnerships
    Aboriginal people have been managing land and waters across the Corangamite CMA region for thousands of generations. Aboriginal people developed an innate relationship for their environment, which continues with...
  • A week of learning
    Hi there! My name is Dale, I’m studying a Diploma of Conservation and Land Management at the Gordon TAFE. This past week I’ve been undertaking work placement with Deirdre...
  • Information for landholders
    Waterway Protection Program Fact sheets Project Background Download Project Phases Download Standards for Fencing Download Standards for Revegetation and Supplementary Planting Download Standards for Off-stream Watering Download Aboriginal Cultural...
  • General guidelines
    It is the responsibility of people who are proposing to undertake works on a designated waterway in the Corangamite region to seek advice about a permit or authorisation for...
  • Corangamite CMA moves to solar power
    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...
  • Our role
    The Corangamite CMA is a statutory authority of the Victorian Government and our roles and functions are defined in the Catchment and Land Protections Act 1994 and the Water...
  • Here there be ‘ghosts’
    As the weather cools and the rain falls, ‘ghosts’ come out for the winter. The culprit, a bioluminescent fungi omphalotus nidiformis that emits light when it is fruiting. Omphalotus...
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