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Mallee Regional Catchment Strategy

Mallee Regional Catchment Strategy

The 2013-2019 Mallee Regional Catchment Strategy reflects our communities’ aspirations for the future management of these natural, productive and cultural landscapes; while providing a framework for action to support and focus the ongoing efforts of all regional stakeholders, building on our past successes and lessons learnt.

An extensive consultative process was undertaken in developing the Mallee Regional Catchment Strategy, with stakeholder input integral to the identification of long-term (20 year) objectives for the condition of our regional assets, the short-term (6 year) strategic actions required to achieve these objectives, and the priority landscapes on which to direct our efforts. 

 Regional Catchment Strategy 2013-19 (pdf download) 

Regional Catchment Strategy 2013-19 (read on-line)


Mallee RCS Mid- term review

All Victorian Catchment Management Authorities (CMA’s) committed to undertaking a review of their current RCS in line with the guidelines provided by the Victorian Catchment Management Council (VCMC).

The primary objective of the RCS mid-term review project is to assess the Strategy in terms of:

  • Performance and learnings to date;
  • New approaches, information and technologies; and
  • Aspects or issues which are no longer relevant.

 A copy of the review can be downloaded by clicking the following link.

 Mallee RCS Mid-term review


Regional Catchment Strategy Implementation Plans

The RCS identifies individual target areas or ‘Catchment Assets’ as significant landscapes for priority attention. Implementation Plans have been developed to document the asset/threats and priority management actions within the 17 landscapes. 

Each Implementation Plan can be downloaded by clicking the links below

2. Northwest Savannah Woodlands 
3. Cardross Lakes & Koorlong State Forest
4 Murray River & Floodplain - Robinvale to Merbein
5. Murray-Sunset National Park Dunefields
6. Raak Plain
7. Hattah-Kulkyne Lakes System and National Park 
8. Pink Lakes
9. Annuello
10. Wandown
11. Murray River & Floodplain
12. Avoca Basin Terminal Lakes System and Creeklines
13. Wyperfeld_Big Desert Dunefields
14. Outlet Creek and Wirrengren Plains
15. Bronzewing Dunefields
16. Wathe Dunefields
17. North Wimmera Creeklines

Catchment Assets Map
Above:Catchment Assets (*N.B Agricultural land (dryland and irrigated) and the Murrayville Water Supply Protection Area have been identified as priority assets but are not spatially illustrated). 

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