Liveable Communities, Liveable Waterways
Councils, public land managers, school and community groups, universities and research institutions, multi-partner projects and collaborative groups can apply for funding through the Liveable Communities, Liveable Waterways Program.
Each year, tonnes of litter makes its way from waterways to bays and oceans. As well as being unsightly and affecting amenity, litter also has devastating impacts on wildlife.
Reimagining Moonee Ponds Creek project
The Reimagining Moonee Ponds Creek project aims to create a more appealing creek side environment, restore waterway health and activate open space and recreational opportunities along a section of the creek in Strathmore/Oak Park.
Maribyrnong River Main (MRM) Sewer Upgrade
Melbourne Water is committed to enhancing life and liveability for Melburnians. To maintain our world-class sewerage...
Elwood Diversion Drain Augmentation Project
Melbourne Water is in the early planning phase of work to increase the capacity of the Elwood Diversion Drain and reduce...
M22-M46 Mitcham to Syndal water mains renewal
Water main upgrade works to the M22-M46 between Mitcham to Syndal
Greater Melbourne’s waterways provide habitat for plants and animals, and are critically important in sustaining much of our region’s native biodiversity. Platypus can be spotted in a few locations around Greater Melbourne.