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As a result of the recent high rainfalls and subsequent flooding Melbourne Water is working with emergency services and other relevant agencies to review the impacts to our waterways and assets. 

For flood or storm emergency assistance, contact the VIC SES on 132 500 and for life threatening emergencies call 000. 

You can access current emergency information by calling the VicEmergency Hotline on 1800 226 226 or sign up to receive regular updates regarding flooding via the emergency.vic.gov.au website and app.

Victorian Catchment Management Authorities Actions and Achievements Report

The Victorian Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) Actions and Achievements Report showcases the combined and individual achievements of Victoria’s 10 CMAs, and the impact that their work has in local communities and local ecosystems.

As of 1 January 2022 Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority (PPWCMA) integrated into Melbourne Water. As part of this integration, all PPWCMA responsibilities and community projects have been moved into Melbourne Water.

Man wading through marsh to set fyke nets to help capture fish. Image courtesy Doug Grimesy.
CMA Project Manager Peter Rose sets fyke nets as part of a captive breeding program. Image courtesy Doug Grimesy.

For over 25 years, Victoria’s CMAs have delivered land, water and biodiversity programs that not only enhance and protect our environment but support thriving communities. 

The Victorian CMAs’ Action and Achievements Report is released each year (reporting on the previous financial year). It presents tangible outputs supported by case studies and connects these to Victorian and Australian policy and strategic developments.

Download the report

Past reports

Past editions of the Victorian CMAs’ Action and Achievements Report can be viewed on the VicCatchment’s website.

Last updated:
25 May 2022