Victoria

 
Moreland City Council - Sewell Reserve

Melbourne's inner north

Moreland City Council is taking a strategic approach to sustainable water management with the implementation of WSUD and best practice stormwater management.

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Yarra River

Catchment activities influencing water quality; water quality and flow management influencing river ecology.

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Living Murray Icon Sites

Integration of hydrologic, hydraulic and ecological response models to support adaptive management. The first icon site considered will be Hattah Lakes.

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Northern Victoria

Environmental water management; river restoration; balancing irrigation, urban and environmental needs.

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The Goulburn River

The floodplains of the highly regulated Goulburn River have experienced a significant reduction in overbank flow events. The Goulburn-Broken CMA are using Source to explore their options around restoring a greater frequency of these events.

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Bridgewater Estate, Wyndham

The development incorporated a bioretention facility, creating challenges for the project. Breese Pitt Dixon consultancyused music to see if the required water quality objectives could be met.

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Point Cook Gardens Estate  

Begun in 1998, Point Cook Gardens Estate comprises over 1000 allotments and contains a wetlands, for water quality control, of more than 5 hectares.

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Koolamara Waters, Ferntree 

Located in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, Koolamara Waters estate takes in 100 home sites and features 14.2 hectares of parkland and wetlands.

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City of Melbourne

The City of Melbourne uses music to calculate how much stormwater is available from its urban catchments to see if there’s enough to irrigate parks, gardens and sports fields.

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