About West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority

West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority was established by the state government in 1997 to manage land and water resources in the West Gippsland region which covers over 17,500 square kilometres from near Warragul, to San Remo, Wilson’s Promontory, Lakes Entrance and to Mount Howitt, past Licola.

West Gippsland CMA aim as leaders in natural resource management is to inspire partnerships and action to achieve improved catchment health.

The video shows flood recovery work on the Macalister River.

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