Announcements

Murrumbidgil Swamp, Lake Tarwong and Lake Bullogal in-field condition assessments to be completed late October

Murrumbidgil Swamp, Lake Tarwong and Lake Bullogal in-field condition assessments to be completed late October

Murrumbidgil Swamp is a wetland of national significant and lies on Merrimajeel Creek, which is one of several distributaries from the lower Lachlan River on the Lachlan alluvial fan. Research starting in the mid-late 1970s established how River Red Gums drive the ecology of Murrumbidgil Swamp,and the Office of Environment and Heritage has recenlt commissioned…


read more →
Fish on the Move – Lachlan Fish Passage Program

Fish on the Move – Lachlan Fish Passage Program

Background There are nine native fish species that call the Lachlan River home. Many of these fish species migrate short and long distances to spawn, feed and seek shelter. Structures such as dams, weirs, regulators and poorly designed road crossings can create physical barriers that prevent fish movement up and down the river, and stop…


read more →

Green Globe Awards

Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder (CEWH) and recent former Manager RiverBank at NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) speak with the LRWG


read more →