On a warm sunny Monday, 5 October 2015, a fire broke out late afternoon at Wensleydale on private land.
A voluntary water efficiency program to encourage metropolitan Melbourne householders to limit their consumption to 155L per person per day.
Consultation is open on the draft Macedon Ranges Localised Planning Statement until 19 February 2018.
Heritage conservation works at Bendigo Cemetery’s Mortuary Chapel have started.
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The Summit brought over 200 water and catchment sector professionals together on 1…
Water for the environment means more fish in the Glenelg River
EstuaryWatch Victoria wins the Victorian Coastal Award for Community Engagement
Glenelg Estuary and Discovery Bay are now protected under the Ramsar Convention.
Reconnecting communities to water for cultural, economic, customary and spiritual purposes.
Dam safety and water emergency management.
Balancing the competing objectives of managing floodplains for human and environmental needs.
Groundwater is critical to creating secure water supplies in Victoria, to meet growing demand and protect environmental values.
Water corporations provide a range of water services to customers within their service areas including water supply, sewage, water delivery for irrigation, drainage, and salinity mitigation services.
Victoria’s water grid and markets will be developed and used to help us realise the greatest benefit from our valuable water resources.
Building resilient and liveable cities and towns requires careful management of all elements of the water cycle, to support a prosperous economy, healthy communities and a healthy environment.
Victorian agriculture makes a significant contribution to Australia’s economy. Irrigated agriculture in Victoria was worth $4.9 billion in 2014-15 (ABS 2016), 33% of Australia's total irrigated agricultural production.
Victoria’s environment is one of our greatest assets. It underpins our economy and provides social and recreational values that benefit our communities.
In Victoria, water is shared and managed in a way that provides both certainty and flexibility in an increasingly variable climate.