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...


Farm Water Program

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

Flood Victoria

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


Grants available for landholders in the Strathbogie Ranges

Thanks to funding from the Victorian Government's Our Catchments Our Communities initiative, financial incentives are available for eligible landholders to:

Goulburn & Broken rivers - rural flood study

Work is under way on a rural flood study for the Broken River floodplain (Lake Nillahcootie to East Goulburn Main Channel); Goulburn River floodplain (Lake Eildon to Toolamba (Bridge/Union Road); and rural areas (excludes Benalla, Seymour, Murchison and Shepparton).

Making a difference

We work with the community, Traditional Owners and a range of agencies and industries to improve and protect the catchment's water, land, biodiversity and people.


Monitoring waterway health now an appy snap away

Friday 23 March 2018
Visitors to local waterways can get involved in a citizen science project to help track changes in stream flows and vegetation thanks to a new app launched on March 14 at the Seven Creeks at Euroa.

Congupna landholders invited to find out about new rural drainage scheme

Wednesday 28 February 2018
Landholders living by the Congupna and Guilfus creeks are invited to a community information session at the Congupna Public Hall on Wednesday March 14 to provide feedback on a new drainage proposal for the area.

Lake Benalla drawdown - update

Thursday 8 February 2018
People are being urged to keep their pets on a leash while walking around Lake Benalla to protect any wildlife that may be stranded in pools during the current drawdown.