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End of an era

June 2016 –  Healthy Waterways Ltd and SEQ Catchments merge and the new organisation is briefly known as Healthy Waterways and Catchments. With the merger of these two not-for-profit entities, over two decades of experience, scientific expertise and a wealth of knowledge come together to form South East Queensland’s pre-eminent..Read More […]

Healthy Waterways’ monitoring program is expanded

2014 – Healthy Waterways’ Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program incorporates social and economic indicators for the first time. The purpose of the expansion is to monitor how the social and economic benefits of waterways are affected by changing environmental condition. The expansion ensures an overall Waterways Benefits rating is included in future..Read More […]

Major planning changes

2012 – Major changes to environment and NRM policy and planning – End of SEQ Regional Coordination Group and CEO’s Committee for NRM SEQ: Due to the discontinuation of the NRM Plan, Queensland’s environmental planning and vegetation protection was no longer at the forefront […]

Major flood event

2011 – The partial release of Wivenhoe Dam into the flooded areas of lower Lockyer Creek and lower Bremer River increased water levels in the Brisbane River by approximately 10 metres. This disastrous decision caused further destruction in the Lockyer and Bremer catchments and inundated many low-lying suburbs in the..Read More […]

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