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  • Moorabool River
    The Moorabool River flows southward from the Central Highlands between Ballarat and Ballan and joins the Barwon River at Fyansford. The Moorabool River, (Mooroobull Yluk) flows through Wadawurrung Country and...
  • Tenders – Australian Government’s Wild Otways Initiative
    Feral pig and deer eradication to protect native species in the Otway Ranges, Bells Beach (Ironbark Basin) and Great Ocean Road hinterland This project involves the delivery of highly strategic,...
  • Current projects
    The Corangamite CMA is funded by the Victorian Government and Australian Government to implement biodiversity projects to protect the region’s plants, animals and ecosystems, many of which are highly vulnerable....
  • “Boosting Recreational Water Use Initiative” for the Barwon River through Geelong
    Canoe landing at Balyang Sanctuary The Corangamite CMA is the land and waterway manager for the Barwon River through Geelong/ This entails approximately a 10km stretch of river corridor reserves...
  • INTERESTED IN A PHD IN WATER RESEARCH?
    PhD Scholarship Preferred Start date: Semester 1 | 8 March 2021 PDFDownload The Living Moorabool: Evaluating the effects of Human-driving change on River Health As Australia and the world confront...
  • Our team
    Our people The organisation is divided into five teams: Community and Catchment Services – Land and catchment health grants and incentives, volunteer training and support, state and federal Landcare programs, citizen science,...
  • Estuary management
    What is an estuary? An estuary is the area where a river meets the sea. Estuaries are unique and dynamic environments that include some of the most complex ecosystems on...
  • Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants Now Open!
    The Victorian Government has announced funding of up to $400,000 for the Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants, a new grants program that opened on Thursday 31 May. These grants...
  • Calling for expressions of interest for farm water efficiency incentives
    Corangamite Catchment Management Authority is inviting farmers to take up incentives to improve on-farm water management. The incentive program is part of a joint Corangamite CMA, industry, government and community...
  • The “Living Moorabool”
    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 discuss...
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