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...

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

Victorian Landcare Grants

Landcare and other  environmental volunteer groups can now access project grants of up to $20,000 for on-ground  works, education and capacity building projects to protect and restore Victoria’ s land and environment.

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.

NEWS & UPDATES

Winter environmental flow good for plants, water quality and migratory fish

Friday 8 June 2018
Upper bank vegetation and water quality will benefit from an environmental flow along the lower Goulburn River planned for mid-June, with the benefits expected to extend all the way to South Australia’s Coorong.

Fish love habitat

Wednesday 6 June 2018
Thanks to funds raised through recreational fishing licences, about 90 snags have been placed back into the Goulburn River to provide shelter for native fish and other aquatic life. Watch more here:

Anglers plant the seeds for healthy rivers and fish

Tuesday 22 May 2018
More than 60 volunteers from fishing clubs right across Victoria turned out to plant around 600 trees and shrubs on the Steavenson River near Marysville on a cool crisp morning earlier this month (May 5).

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