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  • Forested Foothills
    Overview The Forested Foothills priority region extends from Dargo to Bairnsdale and across to Bruthen (refer to map). The northern boundary of the plains is characterised by the peaks of...
  • Coasts and Marine
    The ‘coast and marine theme’ of this Regional Catchment Strategy includes the estuaries and coastal environments of East Gippsland, including the offshore ocean environments. Our coasts are highly valued by...
  • This Region
    The East Gippsland Catchment Management region is comprised of 2.2 million hectares of land, lakes and coastal waters out to 5.5 kilometres, in the easternmost part of Victoria, Australia. The...
  • Community
    The ‘community’ of this Regional Catchment Strategy aims to capture the profile of our community and their involvement in the management of our natural values. The partnerships we form across...
  • Land
    The ‘land theme’ of this Regional Catchment Strategy includes all the terrestrial (land based) environments of East Gippsland. Our land provides for a vast array of natural values and supports...
  • Biodiversity
    The ‘biodiversity theme’ of this Regional Catchment Strategy includes the terrestrial plant and animal species, and the habitats that support them. The biodiversity of East Gippsland is unique to our...
  • Water
    The ‘water theme’ of this Regional Catchment Strategy includes the rivers, wetlands, water resources, and groundwater of East Gippsland, including the aquatic biodiversity supported by these freshwater systems. Our region...
  • Policy context
    The RCS provides an integrated planning framework for managing land, water and biodiversity in the East Gippsland region for the next six years. In line with the requirements of the...
  • Contact
    The East Gippsland Regional Catchment Strategy is managed by the East Gippsland CMA. Get in touch with us Phone: (03) 5152 0600 Email: Send us an email Website egcma.com.au...
  • Local areas
    A ‘place based’ approach The structure of the new East Gippsland RCS will be based on five Priority Landscape Areas. The aim of this approach is to capture the interconnected...
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