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New South Wales is the most populous State in Australia and contains Sydney, the nation's largest city. It is a State with a diverse range of environments, including mountain ranges, large agricultural areas and fabulous coastlines.

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    Monitoring responses to environmental water delivery in the Edward-Wakool River System

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Willow and blackberry control in the Tumbarumba and Mannus Creek catchments

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Promoting healthy ecosystems and communities in the Billabong-Yanco region

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Helping Threatened Frogs in the Murray region

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Can a bird say 'cheese'?

    A network of remote surveillance cameras is providing new insights into wetland health and animal behaviour in the Gwydir valley.

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    Clontarf dancers inspired by ibis

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Feathered frenzy at Yanga wetlands

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Water rats return after environmental water

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]

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    Restoring the health of Yarradda Lagoon

    Yarradda Lagoon is on the road to recovery thanks to the combined efforts of landholders and environmental water managers. Yarradda Lagoon, west of Darlington Point, is an important colonial waterbird breeding site on the Murrumbidgee River, but was hit hard by the millennium drought.

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    Understanding the effectiveness of riparian management interventions

    The Edward-Wakool River system is a large anabranch of the Murray River comprising a complex network of interconnected streams, ephemeral creeks, flood runners and wetlands. Recognition of the system’s high ecological values has meant the area has been targeted for environmental watering and monitoring activities to restore and maintain ecological characteristics. Three main aquatic ecosystem types dominate […]