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

Constraints Management Strategy – Goulburn River

As part of the Basin Plan, the Victorian Government contracted the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority to lead regional input (community engagement and technical studies) into... Read More...

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. Read More...

Outcome Stories & Case Studies

A package of stories celebrating and highlighting the diverse projects that have been carried out across the Goulburn Broken Catchment to improve and protect its water, land, biodiversity... Read More...

NEWS & UPDATES

Honeysuckle control program on the Yea River kicks off again

Monday 5 December 2016
The community, Murrindindi Shire Council and the Goulburn Broken CMA are continuing to work together to control honeysuckle along the Yea River. Read More...

Floods trigger native fish breeding frenzy

Monday 5 December 2016
Minor flooding in rivers and creeks across the Goulburn Broken catchment have triggered a native fish breeding frenzy. Read More...

Environmental water used to build on Barmah Forest bird breeding boom

Tuesday 29 November 2016
Environmental water is being released into Barmah Forest wetlands to support the waterbird breeding boom triggered by the recent high natural Murray River flows. Read More...

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