Where we work
Check out your local Waterwatch region and program.
Corangamite Waterwatch began in 1993. The program is hosted by Corangamite CMA in partnership with Barwon Water and Central Highlands Water.
The East Gippsland Catchment Management region covers 2.2 million hectares of land, lakes and coastal waters in eastern Victoria. The region covers about ten per cent of Victoria.
The location of the Glenelg region is shown in the catchment map. The region encompasses the Glenelg Hopkins and Portland Coast basins.
The Goulburn Broken Catchment covers 17% of Victoria, and houses about 200,000 people.
Mallee Waterwatch - raising community awareness of river and wetland health issues and encouraging people to become active in their community.
The Melbourne Region is one of the most biologically diverse in Victoria. Located at the boundary of four of Australia's 80 major bioregions...
The North Central region is an extremely important agricultural region producing vast wealth from its irrigated industries in the north and dryland industries.
The North East is special, supporting an abundance of natural features, which enhance its viability for our rural and urban communities that are also attractive.
West Gippsland Waterwatch began in 1993, and the program has increased steadily in momentum and support since then.
The Wimmera is located in Western Victoria and contains the Wimmera River Catchment and that part of the Millicent Coast Basin to the South Australian border.