Students boost platypus habitat  

1 July 2024

Lindenow South Primary School students rolled up their sleeves, donned their gloves and planted plants for platypus along the banks of the Mitchell River. The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority...

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Students transform the landscape

28 June 2024

In a remarkable display of environmental stewardship, local students recently planted over 700 native plants. The cool and wet weather couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm Gippsland Grammar junior students...

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Snowy River Estuary Environmental Flows

28 May 2024

Victorian and New South Wales agencies and community members have come together to talk about the Snowy River. The Snowy Advisory Committee (SAC) along with representatives from the NSW and Australian...

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May Magic on the Mitchell River: Community paddle adventures

2 May 2024

On a perfect May morning, community members gathered along the banks of the Mitchell River for the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority’s (CMA) Mitchell River Community Paddle. The sun was...

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Wild about Mallacoota Seafood Festival

28 April 2024

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (CMA) was thrilled to be part of the Wild Harvest Seafood Festival in Mallacoota last week. The East Gippsland CMA was able to contribute to the festival’s...

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Buchan Primary School Students release native fish into their local river

16 April 2024

Buchan Primary School students understand the vital role their local river plays, including supporting a diverse range of plants and animals including fish. Recently, these students participated in...

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Victoria’s CMAs win prestigious National Banksia Award

11 April 2024

Vic Catchments, the peak body for Victoria’s ten Catchment Management Authorities, including East Gippsland, has won the Nature Positive category of the 35th National Banksia Sustainability Awards.The...

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Cann do – environmental work on the river

4 April 2024

Several environmental projects are complete, enhancing the Cann River’s ecosystems and improving the health of the floodplain. Maintenance work has involved ongoing weed control, revegetation, and...

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EGCMA hosts successful community tours on Wallagaraugh River

24 March 2024

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (CMA) recently hosted some environmental tours on the Wallagaraugh River, offering community members an opportunity to learn about waterway health in...

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Tambo Tour: A Community Cruise

22 March 2024

Locals were treated to an evening cruise on the Tambo River on a very warm evening to learn about river health. Hosted by the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (CMA), the time spent on...

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout East Gippsland and pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past and present.