Goulburn river flowing

Flood Recovery

The Goulburn Broken catchment has been significantly impacted by the Spring 2022 flood event and subsequent flood events in following years. Click below for recovery information:

Six birds photographed in a landscape mode sitting in a shallow water body

Catchment Strategies

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


Map of the Revegetation Zones of the GBCMA

Revegetation Guide

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


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  


Current Issues

Landscape Legacies Project EOI

The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority Landscape Legacies Project is seeking Expressions of Interest from eligible landholders who wish to protect and enhance Grey Box Grassy Woodland habitat in Yorta Yorta and Taungurung Country of the Goulburn Broken catchment.

Snagging a home for native fish

Tuesday 5 March 2024
Life is looking good for native fish in the Goulburn River near Mitchelton.

ABC Goulburn Murray Radio interview

Thursday 15 February 2024
Take a listen to GB CMA’s interview on ABC Radio about the Year of the Wing and the Western Gerygone

Helping Goulburn River native fish

Wednesday 17 January 2024
Water is being delivered into the Goulburn River this week to provide vital refuge for native fish impacted by the flood-affected flow.

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News & Updates

Scientific monitoring and research will continue on the Goulburn River.

Goulburn River research continues to flow

Monday 8 July 2024
Scientific monitoring and research on how the Goulburn River responds to water for the environment will continue following expansion and extension of the Flow-MER program
Banded Regent Honeyeater. Glen Johnson

Banding together to understand birds and bats

Tuesday 2 July 2024
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is celebrating birds and bats in 2024 with the Year of the Wing community awareness campaign.

Benefits set to flow for Goulburn River this winter

Wednesday 12 June 2024
A delivery of water for the environment into the Goulburn River this month will sustain the health of the waterway and benefit platypus, native fish and waterbugs.

Count yourself lucky to spot a Swiftie

Monday 3 June 2024
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is celebrating birds and bats in 2024 with the ‘Year of the Wing’ community awareness campaign. This month, the critically endangered Swift Parrot is featured. With around just 500 of these beautiful birds remaining in the wild, the ‘Swiftie’ is listed as Critically Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

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The Goulburn Broken CMA acknowledges and respects First Nations people and the deep connection they have with their land and waters.

We acknowledge the Yorta Yorta and Taungurung people and their ancestors/forbears as Traditional Owners of the land and waters in the Goulburn Broken Catchment (and beyond). We value our ongoing partnerships with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation and Taungurung Land and Waters Council for the health of Country and its people.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge and recognise the primacy of Traditional Owners obligations, rights and responsibilities to use and care for their traditional lands and waters.

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