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Regional Catchment Strategy

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority

Healthy and productive lands and water cared for and enjoyed by thriving communities

The Corangamite CMA was established in 1997 to ensure the protection and sustainable development of land, vegetation and water resources within a boundary stretching from Geelong to Ballarat and along the Surf Coast to Peterborough.

Approximately 420,000 people live in the region’s 13,340 square kilometres of south-western Victoria and 175 kilometres of coastal fringe.

The region is defined by four river basins – the Moorabool, Barwon, Lake Corangamite and Otway Coast.

It includes all or part of the cities of Ballarat and Greater Geelong, the Borough of Queenscliffe and the shires of Moorabool, Surf Coast, Corangamite, Golden Plains, Colac Otway and Moyne.

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RAMPING UP RIVER ACCESS

RAMPING UP RIVER ACCESS

From left to right: Lisa Neville MP, Member for Geelong Christine Couzens MP, Member for South Barwon Darren Cheeseman MP and Fiona Cumming Acting CCMA Chair. This week Minister for Water Lisa Neville MP announced the opening of four new multi-use & accessible...

LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE UP SKILLED IN LATEST FERAL PIG TECHNOLOGY

LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE UP SKILLED IN LATEST FERAL PIG TECHNOLOGY

The Upper Barwon Landcare Network with the Conservation Ecology Centre (CEC) held are field demonstration at Gerangamete on the 23rd of March as part of the Pig and Deer Project delivered through the Australian Government’s Wild Otways Initiative. This event was a...

MOU SIGNING STRENGTHENS CORANGAMITE CMA AND BARWON WATER PARTNERSHIP

MOU SIGNING STRENGTHENS CORANGAMITE CMA AND BARWON WATER PARTNERSHIP

Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and Barwon Water have formalised their partnership by signing a landmark Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The agreement formalises the long history of partnership between the Corangamite CMA and Barwon Water, focusing...

The Australian Government’s Wild Otways Initiative is a $6 million investment from the Australian Government’s Environment Restoration Fund to improve conservation outcomes in the Otways region.

Five Comissioned Sub Projects:

Deer & Pig Eradication

Fox & Cat Management

Phytophthora Management

Rewilding Species

Small Mammal Conservation

A total of $1 million is available over the life of the program, with individual grants of between $5,000 to $50,000 per year (ex GST) for up to 2 years duration being available to eligible groups. 

Get Involved

It takes the whole community to make our region thrive. Volunteering deepens your sense of belonging and knowledge while contributing to greater social, economic and environmental causes.

Now, more than ever, we need your help. What will your contribution to your neighbourhood be? We look forward to meeting you.

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Contact Us

The Corangamite CMA involves communities in planning and implementing works in the region.

If you would like to forward us your thoughts or ideas for future projects, or have a general enquiry please contact us at the address shown, or complete our contact form.

Colac Office

Colac Office
64 Dennis Street, Colac VIC 3250
PO Box 159, Colac, VIC 3250
T: 1800 002 262
F: 03 5232 2759
E: info@ccma.vic.gov.au

Hours: 8:30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday

Geelong Office

Geelong Office
54A Corio St, Geelong VIC 3220

T: 1800 002 262
F: 03 5232 2759
E: info@ccma.vic.gov.au