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  • Our Region
    Regional overview Traditional Owners Vision for the future...
  • Policy Context
    The RSC supports and integrates key legislative policy frameworks. The policy context is presented here for each RCS theme. Biodiversity Climate Change Coast and Marine Community Integrated Catchment Management Land...
  • Traditional Owners
    The West Gippsland region includes the traditional lands of the Gunaikurnai, Bunurong, Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri Peoples. Gunaikurnai, Bunurong and Wurundjeri have legislated authority for the protection and management of their...
  • Themes
    Biodiversity Coast and Marine Community Land Traditional Owners Water...
  • Local areas
    Bunurong Coastal Corner Inlet and Nooramunga Gippsland Coastal Plains Gippsland Lakes and Hinterland Great Dividing Range and Foothills Latrobe Strzelecki Wilsons Promontory...
  • Prospectus
    Individuals, groups and organisations all have a role to play in land, water and biodiversity management. By working together to share knowledge and contribute resources, we increase our impact and...
  • Contact
    Contact us The West Gippsland Regional Catchment Strategy is managed by the West Gippsland CMA. Phone: 1300 094 262 or 03 5175 7800 Email: westgippy@wgcma.vic.gov.au Website: wgcma.vic.gov.au...
  • Our Vision
    Catchment Health – Gippsland’s Wealth The people of Gippsland recognise the importance of our ecosystems, natural resource base, unique natural features and landscapes found within the region. Our inspired, knowledgeable,...
  • Regional Overview
    Welcome The West Gippsland region is one of the most diverse and complex natural resource management regions in Australia. It extends from coastal San Remo in the west to Lakes...
  • Water
    Introduction There are three key sub-themes under the water theme: 1. Waterways Rivers and streams Estuaries Wetlands 2. Floodplains 3. Water resource An aerial view of the Latrobe River and...
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