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2022 – 23 Achievements

  • Continued our commitment to working in partnership to achieve even better catchment health outcomes.  This has been formalised through the maintenance of Memorandums of Understanding with all three of our Water Corporation partners, and a partnership agreement being signed with the Wadawurrung Aboriginal Traditional Owners Corporation.  
  • Completed the draft masterplan for the Kitjarra-dja-bul Bullarto Langi-ut project, under the Barwon Flagship agreement. This continues the strong partnership with the Wadawurrung and other land managers to deliver a masterplan for the Barwon River corridor, further demonstrating just how important our partners are, and the contribution this important project will make to the fastest growing area in Australia.
  • Successfully completed the Wild Otways Initiative – a collaborative effort made possible by the generous investment of six million dollars from the Australian Government to protect our threatened species. This initiative was a testament to the power of collaboration – it worked across land tenure, with partner agencies, project partners, and key stakeholders, each playing a vital role bringing their expertise and skills to collectively make a significant impact on some big and challenging threats to the spectacular Otways environment. 

Our Future Vision

Healthy and productive lands and waters cared for and enjoyed by thriving communities.

Corangamite Regional
Catchment Strategy

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