SEQ Ecological Restoration Framework Code of Practice (1.4 MB)

2012

A policy document providing a head of power for the subsequent Guidelines and Manual. The code of practice reflects the SEQ policy environments where it is to be housed.

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SEQ Ecological Restoration Framework Guidelines (2.4 MB)

2012

A decision making tool to guide users to the most appropriate course of action in their project. This document guides application of the policy and links to current best practice and examples demonstrated in the Manual element.

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SEQ Ecological Restoration Framework Manual (6.1 MB)

2012

A technical but easy to use guide to all aspects of ecological restoration. This document is reflective of current best practice, and provides the minimum acceptable solutions to ecological restoration.

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Freshwater Monitoring Sites Map (1.8 MB)

30 June 2017

Freshwater Monitoring Sites Map

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Estuarine Monitoring Sites Map (1.7 MB)

30 June 2017

Estuarine Monitoring Sites

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Marine Monitoring Sites Map (940.6 KB)

30 June 2017

Marine Monitoring Sites Map

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Wetland Technical Design Guidelines (48.6 MB)

May 2017

The "Wetland Technical Design Guidelines" provide information on constructed wetlands, their background and the concept of WSUD along with the design process, specification guide and some worked examples of a constructed wetland.

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2017 Healthy Land and Water Awards Brochure (3.8 MB)

May 2017

2017 Healthy Land and Water Awards Brochure

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2017 Healthy Land and Water Awards Terms and Conditions (181.0 KB)

May 2017

Terms and Conditions of entry into the Healthy Land and Water Awards for 2017.

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2017 Biological Conservation Paper - Enhancing the performance of marine reserves in estuaries: Just add water (719.4 KB)

April 2017

A new scientific paper released in April 2017 has Healthy Land and Water scientists working with University of the Sunshine Coast to understand how nature reserves can be placed better in our marine environments to enhance fish biodiversity. South East Queensland contains a large diversity of estuarine fish species that underpin a vibrant recreational and commercial fish industry. These fish communities are under pressure due to loss of estuarine habitat.

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2014-2031 South East Queensland Natural Resource Management Plan (4.1 MB)

June 2016

Maintaining a liveable and safe region while delivering over $7 billion in social and economic benefits

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2017 - 2022 Healthy Land and Water Strategic Plan (878.3 KB)

February 2017

Healthy Land and Water supporting resilient regions.

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2016 Healthy Waterways and Catchments Annual Report (3.2 MB)

2016

Healthy Waterways and Catchments combined Annual and Sustainability report 2016

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Shellfish reef restoration experts gather at Bribie Island (220.1 KB)

24 November 2016

Healthy Waterways and Catchments is supporting The Nature Conservancy and James Cook University to host the event at the Bribie Island Volunteer Marine Rescue, as part of its support and facilitation of the Pumicestone Shellfish Habitat Restoration Project.

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2016 Healthy Waterways and Catchments Report Card (916.6 KB)

16 November 2016

The Report Card provides an annual assessment of the pressures facing our waterways, their current environmental condition (A-F grade), and the level of social and economic benefit the waterways provide to local communities (1-5 star rating).

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2016 Report Card Media Release (211.9 KB)

16 November 2016

The annual Healthy Waterways and Catchments Report Card has been released, revealing improvements in the grades of many South East Queensland waterways.

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2016 Report Card Snapshot of SEQ Waterways Info Graphic (240.5 KB)

15 November 2016

A snapshot of the pressures, condition, benefits and actions related to the waterways of South East Queensland.

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Marketing and Sponsorship Manager (822.4 KB)

03 November 2016

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Recreational fishers help to build a sustainable fishing future for SEQ (268.6 KB)

02 November 2016

An opportunity for fishers to learn how important fish habitat is to quality fish, and what they can do to improve their local fishing environment.

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Eroded creek protected thanks to new technology (1.1 MB)

01 November 2016

New technology in the form of ‘log jams’ is helping to restore eroded sections of Warrill Creek and protect highly valued farmland.

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Queensland first initiative tackling Brisbane River sediment pollution (71.1 KB)

23 September 2016

The first project of its kind in Queensland is helping to reduce waterway sediment pollution, on average preventing 250 truckloads of dirt from entering the Brisbane River and Moreton Bay each year.

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Timing (114.8 KB)

17 August 2016

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2014-15 Snapshot of SEQ Waterways (143.6 KB)

17 August 2016

The environmental condition of our waterways impacts the level of social and economic benefit they can provide to local communities and visitors.

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Logo Request Form (1.2 MB)

28 October 2015

Please download and complete the Logo Request Form for permission to use or display the Healthy Waterways logo. Please return the completed form to Healthy Waterways following instructions in the form.

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Image/Publications Request Form (1.3 MB)

28 October 2015

Please download and complete the Image/Publications Request Form for permission to use or display Healthy Waterways images or publications. Please return the completed form to Healthy Waterways following instructions in the form.

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2015 Healthy Waterways Report Card (1.0 MB)

October 2015

The newly evolved Healthy Waterways Report Card reveals the condition of South East Queensland's waterways and introduces a new Waterway Benefits Rating.

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2015 Report Card Frequently Asked Questions (74.5 KB)

October 2015

This document addresses frequently asked questions for the 2015 Healthy Waterways Report Card.

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2015 Healthy Waterways Prospectus (2.5 MB)

July 2015

The waterways of South East Queensland underpin our unique lifestyle and cultural identity. Not only are they a cultural and historical asset, they are vital to our tourism, recreation and fishing industries which provide thousands of jobs and inject approximately $5 billion per year into the economy.

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Practice Note - MUSIC Modelling of Bioretention Systems with Infiltration (3.1 MB)

July 2015

The “Practice Note - MUSIC Modelling of Bioretention Systems with Infiltration” (Version 1, July 2015) provides guidance on how to use the Model for Urban Stormwater Improvement Conceptualisation (MUSIC) version 6 to model bioretention systems that promote infiltration of stormwater into the ground (Figure 1).

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2015 Healthy Waterways Awards Winners Poster (1.7 MB)

2015

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2015 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (1.3 MB)

01 July 2015

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Guide to the Cost of Maintaining Bioretention Systems (7.3 MB)

February 2015

The Guide to the Cost of Maintaining Bioretention Systems presents the best information currently available on the cost, activities and frequencies involved in maintaining bioretention systems in Queensland. It distinguishes between the maintenance requirements of four specific types of bioretention system, and two planting schemes.

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2015 Litter Education Strategy - Phase One (1.2 MB)

February 2015

This Analysis Report has been developed to provide synthesis of the findings of a National Litter Education Audit undertaken in November 2014. The national audit and analysis report support Phase One of a plan to develop and implement a Litter Education Strategy for Queensland schools.

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Complex Conceptual Model - Bremer River (252.8 KB)

2014

Between Mt Cordeaux and Wilson's Peak, on the Great Dividing Range, many of the creeks and streams of the Bremer River catchment begin.

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Complex Conceptual Model - Mooloolah River (707.5 KB)

2014

The Mooloolah River catchment is less developed than the Maroochy catchment, with less agriculture, housing and industry and a higher percentage of native vegetation cover.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Bremer River (563.3 KB)

2014

The total catchment area for the Bremer is 2,022km squared with a total population of approximately 88,752.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Gold Coast Catchment (Broadwater) (709.8 KB)

2014

The Gold Coast catchment has an area of 1,302km squared and a population of 366,319.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Gold Coast Catchment (Nerang) (224.8 KB)

2014

The riverbanks of the Nerang River have been straightened and hardened into concrete, and stone walls and jetties have been constructed.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Lockyer Catchment (552.4 KB)

2014

The Lockyer catchment has an area of 2,996km squared with a population of 33,331.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Logan Albert Catchment (2.2 MB)

2014

The Logan-Albert has a catchment area of 4,133km squared and a population of 407,513.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Mid Brisbane River (393.8 KB)

2014

The Mid Brisbane catchment has an area of 518km squared with a population of 8,174.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Mooloolah Catchment (339.0 KB)

2014

The Mooloolah River system drains a relatively small catchment with an area of 194km squared that extends 25km inland from the coast.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Moreton Bay (Bramble Bay) (608.0 KB)

2014

Within easy reach of Brisbane is beautiful Moreton Bay with its varied habitats and its rich wildlife.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Moreton Bay (Waterloo Bay) (1.1 MB)

2014

Waterloo Bay extends from Wellington Point up to the Port of Brisbane which is situated at the Brisbane River mouth.

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Simple Conceptual Model - Upper Brisbane River (635.3 KB)

2014

The total area of the Upper Brisbane catchment is 5,438km squared with a catchment population of 5,480.

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2011 Flood Factsheet #5 (1.4 MB)

April 2011

Tidal Riverbank Recovery

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2013/2014 Annual Performance Report (1.3 MB)

December 2014

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2014 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (1.1 MB)

December 2014

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Healthy Waterways Strategic Plan 2014-2017 (366.8 KB)

December 2014

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2015 Water Sensitive Urban Design Training Program (1.9 MB)

December 2014

Flyer for Water by Design's 2015 Water Sensitive Urban Design Training Program.

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2014 National Litter Education Audit (3.5 MB)

December 2014

A desktop audit was undertaken to identify, map and review existing litter education resources and programs throughout Australia.

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Floodplains (367.0 KB)

29 October 2014

Floodplain management - work together to reduce risk

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Grazing (355.8 KB)

29 October 2014

Maintaining ground cover is critical

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Home site erosion management (347.5 KB)

29 October 2014

Erosion from driveways and house sites

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Native Forestry (202.7 KB)

29 October 2014

Option for Lockyer Valley uplands

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Natural Regeneration (384.7 KB)

29 October 2014

Potential for landscape change

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Nature Conservation (307.8 KB)

29 October 2014

A growing land use in the Lockyer Valley

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Repairing the land (341.7 KB)

29 October 2014

People investing in a better place

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Riparian Revegetation (363.7 KB)

29 October 2014

Lessons from the Lockyer

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Roads and tracks (293.4 KB)

29 October 2014

Erosion solutions for the Lockyer Valley

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Rural Dams (331.1 KB)

29 October 2014

Clean water - wildlife - flood detention in the Lockyer Valley

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Sediment ponds in agriculture (344.2 KB)

29 October 2014

Sediment ponds at a glance

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Healthy Country Lockyer Factsheet: Tunnelling (483.6 KB)

29 October 2014

Muddying Lockyer Valley waterways

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Healthy Country Report: Benchmarking current management practices (729.1 KB)

July 2009

A key deliverable through the Healthy Country project is a 30% improvement in the adoption of best management practices (BMPs) specifically related to soil and water management.

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Healthy Country Report: Biophysical characteristics (1.4 MB)

July 2009

This report was undertaken to review the biophysical characteristics of the Lockyer, Bremer and Logan-Albert Catchments of South East Queensland.

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Healthy Country Strawberry Best Practice Management Guide (887.1 KB)

2008

A guide to better soil, water and nutrient management practices for the south east Queensland strawberry industry

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Healthy Country Grazing Benchmark Report (661.3 KB)

June 2010

The grazing extension efforts of the Healthy Country project have been successful in engaging landholders and encouraging practice change.

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Healthy Country Report: Grower tour investigating European controlled traffic farming (370.3 KB)

June to July 2009

The Australian vegetable industry is increasingly interested in the potential for controlled traffic farming (CTF) in their production systems.

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Healthy Country Report: Horticulture and cropping benchmark update June 2010 (366.1 KB)

June 2010

The report focuses on current management practices of primarily horticultural producers in the Lockyer and Bremer catchments, in particular practices associated with soil and nutrient management.

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Healthy Country Report: Horticulture and cropping benchmark update 2008-2009 (514.4 KB)

2008-2009

The following report contains the results from the 2008/09 benchmarking of horticultural and cropping producers in the Lockyer and Bremer catchments of South East Queensland.

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Healthy Country Report: Agricultural benchmarking report for Pumicestone Catchment (747.0 KB)

June 2010

To determine the current level of adoption of best management practices (BMP) 71 agri-businesses were benchmarked.

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Healthy Country Report: Audit of spent litter production and utilisation in Pumicestone Catchment (1.6 MB)

June 2010

This report provides a summary of the results from an audit of spent litter production and utilisation in the Pumicestone Catchment.

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Healthy Country Report: Monitoring of sediment removal from horticultural production fields (2.1 MB)

June 2010

Horticultural production in the Lockyer Valley has been identified as a potentially significant source of sediment and nutrients into tributaries that ultimately deliver into Moreton Bay.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Fertiliser use efficiency (465.0 KB)

28 October 2014

Do you know how closely your rate of fertiliser application matches your crops needs? By calculating your fertiliser use efficiency, you can check how well you are currently doing this.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Controlled release fertiliser (303.8 KB)

28 October 2014

Controlled release fertilisers (CRF) can increase nitrogen availability over a longer period while also reducing leaching.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Controlled traffic farming in intensive vegetables - does it pay? (380.3 KB)

28 October 2014

A cost benefit analysis of a controlled traffic farming system (CTF) found potential gains for intensive vegetable businesses.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Controlling machinery traffic in vegetables (610.1 KB)

28 October 2014

Vegetable producer Ed Windley has been assessing what his recent change to a controlled traffic farming (CTF) system means for his farming operation located on the Warrill Creek in the Bremer catchment of south-east Queensland.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Drip irrigation trial (308.4 KB)

28 October 2014

On-going low annual rainfall coupled with tightening of water resource policy has increased water prices and reduced supply to irrigators across southeast Queensland.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Why erosion is a problem in macadamia orchards (648.7 KB)

28 October 2014

Erosion in macadamia orchards is a widespread problem in South East Queensland orchards.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Grazing Land Management '1234' practice framework for SEQ (267.2 KB)

28 October 2014

The ‘1234’ practice framework for grazing is a best management practice ‘benchmarking’ tool for grazing enterprises in South East Queensland.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: SEQ Horticulture ABCD framework - supporting documentation (410.8 KB)

28 October 2014

The ABCD framework for Southeast Queensland is a best practice management ‘benchmarking’ tool.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: SEQ Horticulture Management Practices 'ABCD' framework (1.1 MB)

28 October 2014

The framework provides a definition and a scale of improvement from D (‘old’) to A (‘cutting edge’) practices with an emphasis on increasing precision in management.

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Healthy Country FarmFLOW Best Management Practice Incentives (54.9 KB)

28 October 2014

This project is working with primary producers to increase the adoption of land and water management practices to create more productive and sustainable landscapes.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Living mulch - Disease and erosion research (331.7 KB)

28 October 2014

Cropping soils are at their most vulnerable from the bed-forming and planting stage until canopy closure of the inter-row space.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Living mulch - Establishment (305.1 KB)

28 October 2014

Experimentation with sowing rates will be needed to obtain a site-specific rate for your farm.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Living Mulch - What is it? (328.3 KB)

28 October 2014

Living mulch is a green cover crop grown in the inter-row space.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Monitoring sediment loss in horticulture (403.9 KB)

28 October 2014

This monitoring site was set up to look at how much soil might move off a bare fallowed horticulture field with summer rainfall and how a living cover crop (lablab) might reduce the erosion risk.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Optimising nitrogen fertiliser use efficiency in vegetables (393.4 KB)

28 October 2014

Putting in place practices for sustainable nutrient management

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Pre-plant nitrate efficiency for pineapples (421.2 KB)

28 October 2014

The aim of this trial was to assess plant response and leaching effects of various rates and types of pre-plant fertilisers.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Grazing management in riparian zones (252.7 KB)

28 October 2014

While riparian areas are of great importance to individual landholders, their health is also vitally important to the whole local ecosystem.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Managing horticultural and cropping land (2.6 MB)

28 October 2014

The Queensland Government has invested in additional Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) extension services to assist landholders with soil, nutrient, wetland, waterways and land management issues.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Understanding your grazed paddocks (325.9 KB)

28 October 2014

Recent event monitoring and long term modelling indicates 80% of the sediments reaching Moreton Bay come out of 20% of its catchment.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Using poultry litter to grow green couch turf (546.5 KB)

28 October 2014

As the cost of chemical fertilisers increases producers are looking for alternative, affordable sources of nutrients to drive plant production.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: Vetiver grass trial (353.7 KB)

28 October 2014

The risk of soil erosion and sediment transfer into waterways is high for intensive horticulture crops unless well managed.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: What do our living soils do and how can we manage them? (419.2 KB)

28 October 2014

Living soil organisms carry out processes needed to maintain soil health and fertility.

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Healthy Country Factsheet: What's living in your soil? (624.9 KB)

28 October 2014

Soils have a greater diversity of living organisms than above ground.

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Healthy Country Fertiliser Use Efficiency Calculator (1.5 MB)

28 October 2014

Fertiliser Use Efficiency Calculator

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Healthy Country Factsheet: SEQ Healthy Waterways Strategy for Indigenous Engagement (370.6 KB)

28 October 2014

The SEQ Healthy Waterways Strategy 2007- 2012 is an integrated set of Action Plans that aims to maintain and improve the health of the waterways and catchments of South East Queensland.

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Predictive Landscape and Cultural Environmental Modelling of the Blackfellow Creek Focal Area (1.1 MB)

August 2008

This report deals only with the Lockyer Focal Area (See Figure 1), based on Blackfellow Creek.

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Healthy Country Poster: Traditional Owner Engagement within the Healthy Country Project (212.3 KB)

28 October 2014

The Healthy Waterway Strategy recognises the importance of Traditional Owner’s engagement in decision making about their country.

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Healthy Country Catchment Modelling of the Bremer, Lockyer and Logan Albert Catchment (2.7 MB)

November 2008

This report describes the conversion of EMSS catchment models of the Bremer, Lockyer and Logan Albert to the E2 Modelling Framework.

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Healthy Country Report: Development of a water quality metric for south-east Queensland (2.1 MB)

February 2010

To enable effective policy and program design and the use of market-based instruments in the Lockyer, Bremer and Logan catchments.

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Healthy Country Media Article: Tree planting is just one of the activities available under the Healthy Country... (36.1 KB)

5 August 2009

TREE planting is just one of the activities available under the Healthy Country project in the Lockyer to help landowners improve primary production as well as waterway health.

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Healthy Country Science Newsletter #1 (1.5 MB)

June 2008

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Healthy Country Program within the SEQ Healthy Waterways Initiative (225.8 KB)

28 October 2014

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Healthy Country Project 3530: Socio-economic Assessment (358.8 KB)

2008

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Healthy Country Project 3530: Socio-economic Assessment Appendices (312.2 KB)

2008

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Healthy Country Non Urban Diffuse Waterways Restoration Project (1.7 MB)

2008

Identifying Candidate Areas in each of the Three Priority Catchments

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Healthy Country: Knapp Creek - modelled loads reduction (218.2 KB)

28 October 2014

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Healthy Country: Lockyer Focal Catchment - modelled loads reduction (243.2 KB)

28 October 2014

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Healthy Country Project Phase 1 Report: Monitoring and evaluation of restoration activities in three SEQ focal catchments (1.0 MB)

October 2009

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Healthy Country Sediment budgets and rehabilitation priorities (204.2 KB)

28 October 2014

The Healthy Country proof of concept project is targeting the reduction of sediment loads entering waterways and receiving waters from the priority catchments of the Logan and Bremer Rivers and Lockyer Creek.

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Healthy Country Report: Sediment sources and transport to the Logan-Albert River (2.0 MB)

July 2010

Sediment sources and transport to the Logan-Albert River estuary during the January 2008 flood event

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Healthy Country Media Article: Farmers receive funding to improve land & water management practices (46.0 KB)

28/08/2009

FUNDING is now available to south east Queensland landholders for land and water management projects to help with sediment and nutrient management on their properties.

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Healthy Country Media Release: FarmFLOW Funding now flowing (14.8 KB)

25/08/2009

Funding is now available to South East Queensland landholders for land and water management projects that will help with sediment and nutrient management on their properties.

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Healthy Country Media Release: Greater precision for nutrient management in horticulture (12.7 KB)

06/03/2009

Horticulture growers from the Lockyer, Bremer and Logan-Albert catchments can now access advice and support to help improve precision in their nutrient management.

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Healthy Country SEQ Hort Report: Considerations for flood effected cultivation (182.3 KB)

February 2011

The recent floods have resulted in movement of soil both off and onto fields and farms. Some have gained soil while some have lost significant amounts and some a bit of both.

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Healthy Country SEQ Hort Report: Spiders - an important predator in brassica crops (172.7 KB)

July 2010

Research station and on farm trials have found that spiders are a key predator in brassica crops.

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Healthy Country Poster: Do we know what we are buying? (225.9 KB)

27 October 2014

Developing a water quality metric for south-east Queensland

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Healthy Country Poster: FarmFLOW - Economic and Water Quality Benefits from improved grazing land management (197.6 KB)

27 October 2014

Grazing is the largest single land use in south-east Queensland and the management of these grazing lands plays a significant role in reducing sediment and nutrient run off and improving the health of waterways.

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Healthy Country Poster: FarmFLOW - Saving Soil Loss and Input Costs by Retaining Cover in Horticulture Production (204.0 KB)

27 October 2014

The Healthy Country FarmFLOW project is working with horticultural producers in South East Queensland on various management practices to minimise potential soil and nutrient movement off-farm and into waterways.

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FarmFLOW Framework - Sustainable Production Systems Extension for Healthier Waterways (189.3 KB)

27 October 2014

The Queensland Primary Industries and Fisheries (QPI&F) FarmFLOW component of the Healthy Country project provides extension and agricultural economic support to landholders to enhance the adoption of best management practices for soil, nutrients, grazing land and wetlands.

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Healthy Waterways Intern/Volunteer Application Form (1.8 MB)

27 October 2014

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2015 Connect to Your Creek Week Flyer (1.5 MB)

24 October 2014

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2014 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.1 MB)

October 2014

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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2014 Ecosystem Health Report Card (845.2 KB)

October 2014

2014 Report Card results for South East Queensland's waterways.

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Guidelines - Available Soon (179.0 KB)

2014

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Diagram: Upper Brisbane River (729.9 KB)

2014

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Factsheet: Actions for Individuals (6.1 MB)

2014

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Factsheet: Raingardens (6.3 MB)

2014

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Factsheet: Mitigate Mud (1.4 MB)

2014

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Factsheet: Protecting our Waterways using Water Sensitive Urban Design (4.1 MB)

2014

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Factsheet: Waterway Litter (1.5 MB)

2014

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Factsheet: Flood Impacts (7.2 MB)

2014

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Colour Hugo the Turtle (157.1 KB)

2014

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Erosion and Sediment Control Examples (5.2 MB)

13 October 2014

Examples of Compliant and Non-Compliant Practices

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Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Internal Management Systems Review Tool - Report Template (1.1 MB)

13 October 2014

Report template and action plan - template that can be used by Councils undertaking an ESC Internal Management Systems Review. To be used in conjunction with the ESC Internal Management Systems Review - Step-by-Step Guideline by Water by Design.

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Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Internal Management Systems Review Tool - Guidance (310.6 KB)

13 October 2014

Step-by-Step Guideline. This document presents a step by step process that can be used within local government authorities to assess the adequacy of internal programs (management systems) to manage erosion and sediment control on local developments and building sites.

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Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Basic Principles and Practices (626.6 KB)

13 October 2014

This document is a summary only and is not a technical manual. The erosion and sediment controls discussed in this document were chosen because they were common controls seen during the ESC Compliance Course (2014).

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Water Sensitive Urban Design Barriers and Opportunities (406.3 KB)

2012

This report identifies a range of social, institutional, financial and technical barriers preventing the widespread adoption of water sensitive development in the region. The report will be used as the basis to develop strategies that will reduce the irreversible impacts of urban development.

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Living Waterways Booklet (2.7 MB)

2014

Living Waterways is a best practice environmental management approach that assists practitioners and government to deliver enduring, and affordable outdoor spaces which engage the surrounding communities.

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Catchment Rehabilitation Planner (4.2 MB)

June 2011

The SEQ Catchment Rehabilitation Planner application and its configuration is described in this report as an example of a software package that could be used by decision-makers and stakeholders in natural resource management.

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Healthy Country Program 2007-2011: Healthy Waterways Science and Planning Final Report (7.1 MB)

October 2011

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2011 Flood: Impact of Mud in Moreton Bay (3.4 MB)

2011

The January 2011 flood delivered a large load of fine sediment to Moreton Bay. The purpose of this study was to assess short and long term impacts of flood-derived sediment loads on benthic light available for seagrass growth in Moreton Bay.

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Water Sensitive Designs (5.7 MB)

October 2014

Water by Design publishes a range of guidelines to assist people to implement water sensitive urban design, but sometimes there are good ideas that just don’t fit within the guidelines. Water Sensitive Designs provides small improvements, new ideas, concepts and sketch designs for stormwater filtration systems.

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Bioretention Technical Design Guidelines (8.6 MB)

October 2014

The “Bioretention Technical Design Guidelines” (Version 1.1, October 2014) incorporates the most recent bioretention knowledge from research and on ground practice into a single, easy to use resource. It supersedes all bioretention references in the 2006 “Water Sensitive Urban Design Technical Design Guidelines for South East Queensland.

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Healthy Waterplay - Top Tips for enjoying our waterways safely (1.1 MB)

2014

Healthy Waterplay supports regionally consistent monitoring of recreational water quality in South East Queensland and provides information about potential health risks.

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Living Waterways Scoring Guide (7.9 MB)

2014

The scoring system details a range of ways to achieve improved on-ground outcomes using an illustrative and flexible approach and by focusing on places and communities as well as the treatment of stormwater.

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Off-site Stormwater Quality Solutions Discussion Paper (1.5 MB)

August 2014

There is growing interest in off-site stormwater quality solutions (also known as stormwater offsets) in Queensland. This discussion paper will assist local government and the development sector to determine if off-site stormwater solutions are appropriate and how to implement them.

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State of the Streams-Urban Waterway Management Snapshot (31.7 MB)

August 2014

This scoping study informs the development of guidance around waterway management projects. It presents the views of waterways managers, community and industry partners, engaged through surveys, targeted meetings, key stakeholder workshops and case studies gathered from various regions along the Queensland coast.

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Protect our Waterways Poster (1.2 MB)

2014

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South East Queensland Event Monitoring Program (1.7 MB)

December 2013

The Event Monitoring program (est 2005) aims to gather data related to sediment and nutrient loads exported from monitored areas within each catchment to South East Queensland waterways.

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2013 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (1.3 MB)

2013

Report card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2013 reporting year.

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Waterbody Management Guideline Module 3: Asset Management (431.3 KB)

October 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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2013 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.2 MB)

2013

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Waterbody Management Guideline Module 4: Maintenance and Operations (3.9 MB)

October 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Teachers Resource Book (2.5 MB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: 3rd Letter (886.0 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: 4th Letter (23.0 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Handwritten Composition (7.2 MB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Typed Composition (30.6 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Excursion Day Handbook (605.6 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Activity Prompts (26.7 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Adapting the storythread (1.1 MB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Student Letter (48.8 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Waterway Litter Activity Booklet (1.9 MB)

2013

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Story Map (13.4 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Story Map Template (17.8 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Write in role as Pete (15.6 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Waterbody Management Guideline Module 5: Extension and Engagement (4.3 MB)

October 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Excursion Day Map (14.1 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: Excursion Day story cards (46.0 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: 1st Letter (9.3 KB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Up the Creek and Down the Drain: 2nd Letter (1.2 MB)

2013

Up the Creek and Down the Drain is an Australian Curriculum and C2C aligned education unit that uses a storythread approach to teach primary school children (Grade 4-6).

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Waterbody Management Guideline Module 1: Waterbodies in Our Landscape (561.2 KB)

September 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Waterbody Management Guideline Module 2: Development Assessment (1.4 MB)

September 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Waterbody Management Guideline (10.8 MB)

September 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Waterbody Management Guideline Overview (472.4 KB)

September 2013

The Waterbody Management Guideline provides local government development assessment officers, maintenance and operations teams, extension officers and asset accountants with practical, accessible and relevant guidance on how best to manage and enhance waterbodies.

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Event Based Water Quality of South East Queensland (6.1 MB)

January 2013

This report presents the results of the collection, synthesis and analysis of water quality data collected in predominantly rural catchments of South East Queensland.

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Wetlands and Floodplain Resilience - Synthesis Report (11.0 MB)

December 2012

We know “where it floods”; this project aims to answer “why does it flood here?” by examining what features of the landscape contribute to flood behaviour.

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A Framework for Selecting the Most Appropriate Load Estimation Method for Events (818.6 KB)

November 2012

The selection of an appropriate load estimation method requires an understanding of contaminant behaviour and may require the application of several estimation methods, for a single event, to achieve an accurate estimate.

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2012 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (2.0 MB)

2012

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Healthy Country South East Queensland Partnership Evaluation (1.6 MB)

18 October 2012

The ‘Healthy Country’ project supported communities, farmers and scientists to work together to improve waterway health through rehabilitating degraded waterways and facilitating land stewardship. It was trialled in three high priority subcatchments: Knapp Creek in the Logan catchment, an upper Bremer River subcatchment and Blackfellow Creek in the Lockyer catchment.

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Factsheet: Seagrass (649.8 KB)

2012

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Assessing Seagrass Depth Range Data - Moreton Bay (251.9 KB)

2012

The objective of this project was to evaluate the usability and quality of existing data collected through Seagrass Watch and the Monitoring Program's seagrass depth range data to determine historical changes in Caulerpa taxifolio distribution in Moreton Bay.

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Managing the Risk of Cyanobacterial Blooms: Discussion Paper (1.2 MB)

2012

Discussion: urban lakes experience water quality problems often leading to excessive algal growth, particularly cyanobacteria which is a major management issue

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2012 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (1.9 MB)

2012

Report card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2012 reporting year.

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2012 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (1.0 MB)

2012

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Protecting our Waterways with Water Sensitive Urban Design (641.1 KB)

2012

An overview of Water Sensitive Urban Design principles.

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Urban Lakes Discussion Paper (1.2 MB)

April 2012

“urban lakes” which were designed and built to support new urban development. A growing body of knowledge amongst local government authorities (LGAs) in SEQ indicates that urban lakes experience water quality problems often leading to excessive algal growth or blooms, particularly of cyanobacteria. This is often a major management issue for constructed urban lakes and maintenance and rectification places a significant burden on LGAs in SEQ. This document provides a review of the potential effectiveness of manipulating lake retention times to reduce the risk of cyanobacterial growth in freshwater urban lakes.

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Rectifying Vegetated Stormwater Assets Guideline (4.3 MB)

February 2012

Rectifying Vegetated Stormwater Assets provides guidance on how to rectify under-performing or failing vegetated stormwater assets.

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Maintaining Vegetated Stormwater Assets (5.0 MB)

February 2012

This document helps asset managers and maintenance staff by providing practical and standardised advice for maintaining swales, bioretention systems, constructed wetlands, and sediment basins.

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Transferring Ownership of Vegetated Assets (2.1 MB)

February 2012

This document provides guidance on how to transfer vegetated stormwater assets from the constructing party, typically the developer, to the long-term owners and managers of the assets, typically the local authority or a private entity (such as a body corporate).

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2011 Flood Factsheet #4 (4.1 MB)

January 2012

Mud, nutrients and coral.

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Healthy Country Program 2007-2011: Non-urban Diffuse Waterway Planning and Protection Implementation Projects (4.9 MB)

January 2012

SEQ Catchments Non-urban Diffuse Waterway Planning and Protection Implementation Projects in the Bremer, Lockyer and Logan Catchments Final Report

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2012 Bramble Bay Sitemap (1.2 MB)

2012

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2012 Brisbane River Sitemap (5.1 MB)

2012

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2012 Cabbage Tree Creek Sitemap (5.1 MB)

2012

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2012 Caboolture River Sitemap (700.3 KB)

2012

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2012 Central Bay Sitemap (1.2 MB)

2012

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2012 Deception Bay Sitemap (1.2 MB)

2012

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2012 Eastern Banks Sitemap (1.2 MB)

2012

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2012 Eastern Bay Sitemap (1.2 MB)

2012

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2012 Eprapah Creek Sitemap (936.9 KB)

2012

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2012 Lower Brisbane Sitemap (5.1 MB)

2012

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2012 Oxley Creek Sitemap (3.1 MB)

2012

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2011 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (2.0 MB)

2011

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Healthy Country: SEQ Catchments - Leaders in Waterway Restoration #2 (290.3 KB)

23 October 2011

SEQ Catchments is spearheading the implementation of a $3 million project aimed at restoring the health of certain waterways in South East Queensland.

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Healthy Country: SEQ Catchments - Leaders in Waterway Restoration #1 (217.6 KB)

23 October 2011

The catchments which are the focus of the SEQ Catchments Waterways Restoration Project include Knapp Creek, in the Logan River Catchment, the upper reaches of the Bremer River and Blackfellow Creek.

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2011 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (1.3 MB)

2011

Report card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2011 reporting year.

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South East Queensland Regional Water Quality Management Strategy (1.5 MB)

2011

Task: Estimation of Pollutant Concentrations for EMSS Modelling of the South-East QLD Region

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Healthy Country Science and Planning Final Report (2.4 MB)

September 2011

The final report for the Science and Planning component of the Healthy Country (2007-2011) Program undertaken by Healthy Waterways.

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Framework for the Integration of Flood and Stormwater Management into Open Space (1.3 MB)

August 2011

The Framework for the Integration of Flooding and Stormwater Management into Open Space details best practice approaches for integrating water sensitive urban design (WSUD) elements into multiple use open space.

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2011 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (135.5 KB)

2011

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2011 Flood Factsheet #3 (2.7 MB)

April 2011

Seagrasses, turtles and dugongs

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2011 Flood Factsheet #2 (2.3 MB)

March 2011

Creeks, streambanks and paddocks

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Healthy Waterways Flood Forum 2011 (342.8 KB)

2011

Healthy Waterways held a Flood Forum on 31 August 2011 to tell the story of the floods six months on, and how they have affected different areas in South East Queensland.

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2011 Flood Factsheet #1 (2.6 MB)

February 2011

Overview of the flood event.

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2011 Healthy Waterways Annual Report (2.5 MB)

January 2011

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Healthy Country: Impacts of rainfall events Lockyer focal area - Flood Report 2 (652.7 KB)

2011

This report documents impacts of the flood event in the focal area 10 January 2011. It is an adit to Impacts of rainfall events Lockyer focal area: 6 January 2011 (flood report I) which documents flood damage 27 December 2010.

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Healthy Country: Impacts of rainfall events Lockyer focal area - Flood Report 1 (1.1 MB)

January 2011

In December 2010, continuous rainfall events in the Lockyer inundated the Healthy Country focal area, resulting in flooding over a number of weeks.

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Algal Bloom Hazard Assessment Tools and Management Guideline Development (1.3 MB)

December 2010

This study had two specific aims - to establish viable Lyngbya strains in culture and test associated growth media and to assess its response to a range of environmental variables.

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Total Water Cycle Management Planning Guideline (1.9 MB)

December 2010

The guideline provides important contextual information, the statutory framework and roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders for Total Water Cycle Management, and the key linkages between other planning instruments that are relevant to the timing, detail and rigour of Total Water Cycle Management Plans.

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MUSIC Modelling Guidelines (6.1 MB)

2010

The purpose of the MUSIC Modelling Guidelines is to ensure a consistent and uniform approach to stormwater quality modelling and assessment.

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Healthy Country Lockyer Newsletter #4 (487.8 KB)

November 2010

Instream vegetation management

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2010 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (6.8 MB)

2010

Report card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2010 reporting year.

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2010 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (2.0 MB)

2010

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Healthy Country Report: SEQ Healthy Country Partnership Evaluation Report (1.6 MB)

18 October 2010

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Healthy Country Focal Catchment - Lockyer (251.5 KB)

2010

This report documents the distribution of catchment works in the Lockyer Focal area and estimates the likely effects of those works on sediment supply at the whole of catchment scale.

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Healthy Country Focal Catchment - Knapp Creek (234.1 KB)

2010

This report documents the distribution of catchment works in the Knapp Creek catchment and estimates the likely effects of those works on sediment supply both in the treated sub-catchments and at the whole of catchment scale.

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Development of a Water Quality Metric for South East Queensland (1.6 MB)

2010

The purpose of this project was to develop a SEQ water quality metric that will measure the change in sediment levels entering the waterways as a result of management actions at the property level. The water quality metric can then be used to support the design of effective policies and programs.

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Healthy Country: Bremer Focal Catchment - Modelled Loads Reduction (270.2 KB)

2010

This report is part of the Healthy Country initiative aimed at significantly reducing non-urban diffuse source pollutants entering waterways.

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Water by Design Capacity Building Program Evaluation (39.8 KB)

September 2010

This report presents the findings of an independent evaluation of the performance of the Water by Design capacity building program in South East Queensland.

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Business Case for Best Practice Urban Stormwater Management (3.9 MB)

September 2010

This business case has been prepared to determine if the benefits of applying Water Sensitive Urban Design practices to achieve best practice stormwater management are likely to outweigh the costs for typical development types.

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Water by Design Capacity Building Program Recommendations (157.3 KB)

September 2010

Th Water by Design Capacity Building Program Evaluation report presents the findings of an independent evaluation of the performance of the Water by Design capacity building program in South East Queensland. This document is the recommendations section from that report.

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Business Case for Best Practice Urban Stormwater Management: Case Studies (7.9 MB)

September 2010

To build the business case for water sensitive urban design in Queensland, and to support the adoption of the stormwater management objectives defined by the draft State Planning Policy for Healthy Waters (DERM,2009), the practicality and cost of applying WSUD at a development scale to achieve the objectives was assessed.

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2010 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (11.0 MB)

2010

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2010 Healthy Waterways Awards Winners Poster (4.0 KB)

2010

Healthy Country: Phase 2c - Rehabilitation Priorities Lockyer Focal Area (2.7 MB)

June 2010

This document and associated maps provide information firstly on primary sources of fine sediment in the Blackfellow Creek and secondly in the Lockyer Focal Area.

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Healthy Country: Phase 2b - Rehabilitation Priorities Bremer Focal Area (11.2 MB)

June 2010

This document and the associated maps provide information on primary sources of fine sediment in the Bremer Focal Area. The rehabilitation scenario provided in this document is indicative of the types of activities required to achieve 50% reduction in sediment supply.

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Deemed to Comply Solutions - Stormwater Quality Management (5.0 MB)

May 2010

The Deemed to Comply Solutions - Stormwater Quality Management (South East Queensland) are accepted solutions for managing urban stormwater quality in South East Queensland.

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Construction and Establishment Guidelines: Swales, Bioretention Systems and Wetlands (9.0 MB)

April 2010

These guidelines provide a suite of resources to facilitate the successful delivery of vegetated stormwater management systems.

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Look out for Lyngbya (958.5 KB)

2010

Commonly known as ‘mermaid’s hair’, Lyngbya majuscula is a naturally occurring toxic marine cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae.

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Healthy Country Lockyer Newsletter #3 (4.3 MB)

March 2010

Property management planning for sediment control

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Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines (3.6 MB)

December 2009

The purpose of these Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines is to assist engineers and other professionals to plan, design and implement stormwater harvesting schemes. The guidelines focus on developing localised stormwater harvesting in urban areas — harvesting stormwater from local catchments and reusing it within the local community.

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Healthy Country: Phase 2a - Rehabilitation Priorities Knapp Creek (2.0 MB)

December 2009

This document and the associated maps provide information on primary sources of sediment in the Knapp Creek catchment. It develops the sediment budgets, identifies the primary erosion sources and recommends rehabilitation activities to achieve a 50% reduction in sediment load from the catchment.

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Verification and Certification for Water Sensitive Urban Design (1.0 MB)

December 2009

This discussion paper explores the issue of verification and certification for the design and delivery of water sensitive urban design (WSUD).

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2009 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.7 MB)

2009

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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2009 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (4.3 MB)

2009

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2009 reporting year.

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Healthy Country Lockyer Newsletter #2 (1.5 MB)

August 2009

Healthy landscapes for healthy water

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2008-2009 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (6.2 MB)

2009

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2008-2009 Healthy Waterways Annual Report (4.6 MB)

2009

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Concept Design Guidelines for Water Sensitive Urban Design (80.1 MB)

2009

This guideline is intended to assist urban design professionals to conceptualise and develop design solutions that integrate best-practice urban water management into urban developments. The guideline is supported by a training course offered by Water by Design.

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Healthy Country: SEQ Catchments Lockyer Newsletter #1 (316.8 KB)

February 2009

Landscape restoration for a healthy waterway

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2008 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (3.8 MB)

2008

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2008 reporting year.

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2008 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.9 MB)

2008

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Water Sensitive Urban Design: Developing Design Objectives for Urban Development in South East Queensland (14.6 MB)

November 2007

This report provides technical details of studies undertaken to develop a suite of proposed design objectives developed through consultation with stakeholders and nationally-recognised technical experts.

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Lifecycle Costs of Water Sensitive Urban Design Treatment Systems (1.3 MB)

November 2007

This draft report was prepared for Brisbane City Council, and presents lifecycle costs on a range of stormwater quality management systems. It is important to read ‘Chapter 4: Summary of Data and Recommendations for Use’ prior to using the information for planning purposes.

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2007 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (2.3 MB)

2007

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2007 reporting year.

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2007 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.1 MB)

2007

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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A Review of Water Quality and Maintenance Costs of Constructed Water Bodies in Urban Areas of South East Queensland (1.5 MB)

September 2007

Using data collected from a local government survey, this report aims to characterise the observed water quality and maintenance requirements of artificial water bodies within South East Queensland, and to identify the key management issues.

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Constructed Waterbodies in Urban Areas of South East Queensland: Maintenance Issues and Costs to Local Government (1.8 MB)

August 2007

This brief discussion paper summarises data on water quality and maintenance costs for constructed water bodies under the ownership of local government in urban areas of SEQ.

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2006-2007 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (12.0 MB)

2007

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2006-2007 Healthy Waterways Annual Report (1.6 MB)

2007

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2006 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (8.3 MB)

2006

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2006 reporting year.

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2006 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.2 MB)

2006

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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2005-2006 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (1.6 MB)

2006

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2005-2006 Healthy Waterways Annual Report (2.1 MB)

2006

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Strategy for Water Sensitive Urban Design in SEQ – Final Report to the Department of Environment and Heritage (2.7 MB)

June 2006

This final report contains an introduction to WSUD in SEQ, a summary of the major achievements associated with each project activity (as identified in the contract between DEH and MBWCP).

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WSUD Technical Design Guidelines (10.0 MB)

June 2006

These guidelines describe appropriate methods for the detailed design of some common structural stormwater management measures in South East Queensland.

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2005 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card (4.0 KB)

2005

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2005 reporting year.

2005 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (1.1 MB)

2005

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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Catchment Map - South East Queensland (962.0 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Bremer (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Brisbane River - Level 2 (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Lockyer (1.2 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Logan Albert - Level 2 (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Mid Brisbane (935.1 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Mooloolah - Level 2 (814.7 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Nerang - Level 2 (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Noosa (880.4 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Pine (1.0 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Redlands (965.8 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Stanley Somerset (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Upper Brisbane (1.1 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Broadwater - Level 3 (832.8 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Brisbane River - Level 3 (898.1 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Brisbane Estuary - Level 3 (874.4 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Bribie - Level 3 (811.8 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Bremer River - Level 3 (923.3 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchments data and maps

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Catchment Map - Bells Creek - Level 3 (1.0 MB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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Catchment Map - Logan Albert - Level 3 (858.6 KB)

August 2005

Stream and catchment data and maps

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2004-2005 Healthy Waterways Annual Audited Financials (1.7 MB)

2005

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2004 Healthy Waterways Report Card (5.2 MB)

2004

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2004 reporting year.

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2004 Healthy Waterways Annual Report Card Methods (747.5 KB)

2004

How are the Report Card grades calculated?

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2003 Healthy Waterways Report Card (1.5 MB)

2003

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2003 reporting year.

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2003-2006 Healthy Waterways Business Plan (1.1 MB)

July 2003

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2002 Healthy Waterways Report Card (3.3 MB)

2002

Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2002 reporting year.

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2001 Healthy Waterways Report Card - Freshwater (1.0 MB)

2001

Freshwater Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2001 reporting year.

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2001 Healthy Waterways Report Card - Estuarine/Marine (1.3 MB)

2001

Estuarine and Marine Report Card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2001 reporting year.

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2000 Healthy Waterways Report Card (2.0 MB)

2000

Report card results for South East Queensland catchments for 2000 reporting year.

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