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Victoria is located in the South east of the country and contains Melbourne, the second largest city in Australia. Rich agricultural regions, mountain ranges and beautiful coastlines are found within the State's borders.

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    Oarsome - the Massive Murray Paddle

    Dominique Haraldson gives a shout out to the Massive Murray Paddle and how it connects people, rivers and country. In late November 2016, an energised team of Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) staff joined almost 350 paddlers on the Murray River to kayak from Yarrawonga to Swan Hill over five days. It was a great opportunity […]

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    Supporting river systems: why cross-border watering works

    Dominique Haraldson gives a shout out to the Massive Murray Paddle and how it connects people, rivers and country. In late November 2016, an energised team of Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) staff joined almost 350 paddlers on the Murray River to kayak from Yarrawonga to Swan Hill over five days. It was a great opportunity […]

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    Fine dining from waterways

    Dominique Haraldson gives a shout out to the Massive Murray Paddle and how it connects people, rivers and country. In late November 2016, an energised team of Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) staff joined almost 350 paddlers on the Murray River to kayak from Yarrawonga to Swan Hill over five days. It was a great opportunity […]

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    Goulburn River Stories - Bluenose, Slimeys and Cod...

    Dominique Haraldson gives a shout out to the Massive Murray Paddle and how it connects people, rivers and country. In late November 2016, an energised team of Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) staff joined almost 350 paddlers on the Murray River to kayak from Yarrawonga to Swan Hill over five days. It was a great opportunity […]

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    Coastal Connections

    The Coastal Connections project is working with community groups, Indigenous trainees and private land managers to protect and restore coastal, estuarine and wetland habitat.

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    Hopkins Wetlands

    The Glenelg Hopkins catchment has more than 5,400 wetlands, covering 73,000 ha or three per cent of the region’s area. This represents 14 per cent of Victoria’s total area of wetlands and 44 per cent of the state’s total number of wetlands.

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    Grange Burn Restoration Project

    This program of works aims to enhance the natural habitat features and recreational fishing amenities on the Grange Burn through Hamilton. This will compliment previous works along the river undertaken by the Grange Burn Stakeholders Group, Glenelg Hopkins CMA, Conservation Volunteers Australia and the Southern Grampians Shire Council.

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    Budj Bim Restoration Project

    The Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape is a section of volcanic plain that encompasses the area from Mt Eccles to the sea. The basalt lava flow created a series of wetlands and rivers including Lake Condah, Darlots Creek and Fitzroy River and estuary. In 2010, Lake Condah was restored and the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners are now focusing on protecting and restoring other waterways in the landscape.

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    Waterway Management Masterclass and Twinning Project

    Glenelg Hopkins CMA is currently running a Waterway Management Twinning Program. The program pairs river management professionals from across south-eastern Australia with the purpose of collaborating to deliver world class river protection and rehabilitation projects.

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    Aboriginal Water Values

    Glenelg Hopkins CMA, in partnership with Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation and Barengi Gadjin Land Council, has funding from DELWP to develop an Aboriginal Water Values project for the Glenelg River system from July 2015 to December 2016. The Glenelg River is valued by Victorians and South Australians for its high social, economic, cultural and environmental attributes and runs through two Traditional Owner areas, managed by Gunditj Mirring TOAC and Barengi Gadjin Land Council.