East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority
River running Water dragon Waterfall Water flowing River bend Boat in river mouth Waterfall Sunset Terns River bank Sunset Terns in flight River paddling


Welcome to the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority web site

Here you will find information about the roles and responsibilities of the Authority in the management of land, biodiversity and water resources in the region.

You will also find information about the features of our major rivers, the key threats to these rivers, and the progress being made towards improving and keeping them in good health.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout East Gippsland and pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future.



Regional Landcare Luncheon


On Friday 6th September, East Gippsland Regional Landcare will be hosting a Landcare Luncheon  – and you’re invited!

You’ve heard the name Landcare, and may have seen the caring hands logo – but what is Landcare?  Over 30 years, Landcare has evolved into a movement of over 600 groups and thousands of volunteers across rural and urban Victoria alone, working together on private and public land.

Whether you’re already a member or would simply like to find out more about what Landcarers get up to across our region, join us from 10am -2pm at the Abbey on Raymond Island to help celebrate National Landcare Week.

The Landcare Luncheon is free and a great opportunity to get involved or consider ideas for a project of your own. Before lunch there will be an opportunity to hear from a number of local Landcare groups about the wide variety of projects currently running in our area, with plenty of time after lunch to find out how to get involved.

RSVP’s are essential and can be made here.

For more information contact Carolyn Cameron on 5150 3582.


Quick Links

Annual Report 2017-2018

Jobs & Tenders

Works On Waterways

Flood Advice Request Form

Environmental Alerts

Estuary Openings






  The East Gippsland CMA supports environmental sustainability in the use of resources.
For further information visit:Sustainability Victoria