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The Goulburn Broken Waterway Strategy 2014-2022 identifies key threats to community values and provides recommendations to influence the future management of waterways in the catchment.  Click here to learn more.

The Goulburn Broken Catchment Water Quality Strategy developed in 1996 focuses on manaing the nutrients Phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) to reduce ther incidence of blue green algal blooms. This strategy is currently under review, achievements to date are being assessed along with identification of major social, political and environmental changes that may influence water qaulity.  To view the strategy click here.

The Goulburn Broken Regional Floodplain Strategy 2002 provided a regional vision and objectives for floodplain management. It built on current flood information and identified needs for further works and measures, identified key stakeholders, assigned roles and responsibilities for floodplain management and provided an integrated approach to floodplain management. View the strategy here.

The Regional Floodplain Strategy (Interim) 2014-2016 provides the strategic focus for the management of flooding risks across the Goulburn Broken catchment.This interim strategy was primarily prepared to provide the basis for a 3 year rolling plan of priority flood investigations to undertake in the catchment.   View the current stratgey here.

The new Regional Floodplain Management Strategy is under development and due for completion in December 2017. The new strategy will build on the previous strategies to provide a single, regional planning document for floodplain management and a high level regional work plan to guide future investment priorities.The Regional Floodplain Strategy will align with the vision and priorities of the Regional Ccatchment Strategy and the Regional Waterway Strategy.