Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy
The Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy 2021-27 is a vision for the integrated management of natural resources in the catchment. It is a blueprint for improving catchment health and builds on achievements and lessons from the past. The strategy describes the current condition of the natural resources, principles to guide change, priority actions and what success looks like in 2040. Find out more here.
For this strategy to be successful and improve the health and resilience of the catchment, collaboration and support is needed from the diverse people, groups and organisations that live, work, visit or invest in the Goulburn Broken Catchment. Individuals, groups and organisations can pledge support to the implementation of the strategy by completing a short online survey. Find out more here.
To access supporting background documents and videos to the strategy, including a socio-economic analysis of the catchment and past strategies and reviews, visit the publications page.
The Goulburn Broken CMA coordinates a number of sub-strategies that support the implementation of the Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy, click on the links below to read more.
Local areas are systems of people and places that have much in common socially, economically and ecologically. They are also known as social-ecological systems or sub-catchment areas. Local areas are useful for strategic planning as they allow outcomes and priority actions to closely match local drivers of change, land use and community interests while still contributing to catchment-wide outcomes. Local area specific visions, outcomes and priority actions have been included in the Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy, find out more here.