WHO WE ARE

The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is the peak natural resource management body in the catchment to develop and oversee the implementation of the Regional Catchment Strategy.

We work to ensure land and water resources are protected and enhanced as well as improving the region's social wellbeing, environmental quality and productive capacity in a sustainable manner. Read more...

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Farm Water Program

Find out more about on-farm water efficiency works. Click here...

Floodplains & Waterways

Obtain information and application forms for floodplain advice and working on waterways.

Flood Victoria

The GB CMA has developed the Flood Victoria website to provide links to information about flood relief and advice in Victoria.

CURRENT ISSUES

Funding for Natural Resource Management Activities - Groups and Organisations

The deadline for the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) annual Expression of Interest (EoI) process has been extended to February 26. A general call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for natural resource management projects is currently being made across the Goulburn Broken region for 2014-15 funding.

Grants available

Grants are available to help landholders with fencing, revegetation, and alternative watering points to protect wetlands, native vegetation, fauna and flora and water frontages.

King Parrot Creek Flood Mapping Project

The Goulburn Broken CMA and Murrindindi Shire Council are undertaking new flood mapping along King Parrot Creek.

NEWS & UPDATES

Flows to boost river bank vegetation and native fish breeding

The first of two spring environmental flow releases from Goulburn Weir near Nagambie is due to begin on Friday, October 10. Read More...

Local Plans available for public review and comment

Local Plans identifying the land, water, biodiversity and productivity priorities in four of the six broad geographic regions that make up the Goulburn Broken Catchment are now available... Read More...

Brolga seen at Reedy Swamp

The recent sighting of brolga at Reedy Swamp north of Shepparton may be a first, says Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) Environmental Water Project Officer Jo Wood. Read More...

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