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Catchment Strategies

The Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy provides the integrated planning framework or 'blueprint' for management of land, water and biodiversity resources.

gbcma.vic.gov.au/weconnect

Map of the Revegetation Zones of the GBCMA

Revegetation Guide

This guide has been developed to provide advice and assist landholders with revegetation activities. 


gbcma.vic.gov.au/revegetation

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Flood Victoria

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

www.floodvictoria.vic.gov.au

A man holding a bommeang with a pattern drawn over it representing the traditional owners of The Goulburn Broken Catchment

Traditional Owners

The Goulburn Broken CMA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this land and their participation in natural resource management  

gbcma.vic.gov.au/our-region/traditionalowners

Current Issues

Goulburn Broken RCS renewal

The Goulburn Broken CMA is leading renewal of the Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy.
Goulburn River

Goulburn River flows

Check out the type and volume of flow in the lower Goulburn River each week.

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News & Updates

GMID Drainage Tile Photo

Draft GMID Drainage Management Strategy open for public consultation

Wednesday 1 September 2021
If you have an interest in drainage within the Goulburn Murray irrigation District (GMID), we’d love to hear what you think about the draft GMID Drainage Management Strategy
White-browed woodswallow on a grass tree - Jan Osmotherly

Time to get snapping

Friday 2 July 2021
The call for photographs to feature in the 2022 Goulburn Broken Catchment calendar is now open.

Nature at work

Wednesday 23 June 2021
Matt Trewin, fifth generation farmer, is curious about how to manage his 1000 acre dryland cropping farm, incorporating nature to create beauty, develop alternative income sources and build the resilience of his land.
Orange sludge is safe

Orange sludge a natural phenomenon

Thursday 27 May 2021
Orange sludge spotted in creeks in parts of the Goulburn Broken region is a natural phenomenon and not cause for concern.

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