The Goulburn Broken Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) provides the integrated planning framework or 'blueprint' for management of land, water and biodiversity resources. It is the overarching strategy for directing action, under which there are sub-strategies and local plans that implement priorities of government and the community. The Goulburn Broken RCS is being renewed for the next six years. Find out more here.
Local Plans has been developed to communicate the priorities and actions supporting the local community as it responds to changes in land use, water policy reform, climate and farm production. Local Plans have been developed to recognise the people living and working in each part of the Catchment are best placed to prioritise the activities needed to build the resilience of the region’s critical ecosystem services.