Our Waterwatch programs support people to get involved in exploring and protecting their local waterways.
Our Waterwatch programs connect people with their local waterways and encourage communities to get involved with protecting the natural environments. The program also provides keen citizen scientists with training and tools to become involved in monitoring the health of our waterways. Data collected contributes to scientific research, management planning and on ground actions that improve the health of our waterways.
You can become involved by joining a current Waterwatch group, attending one of our events, using our citizen science apps or downloading resources to learn more about your local waterway.
Ways to be involved:
- Join the Frog Census
- Join the Platypus Census
- Join the Waterbug Census
- Become a water quality testing volunteer
- Apply for the school River Detectives program
- Subscribe to receive Waterwatch e-newsletters
Please fill in this short survey to register your interest in volunteering for one of our programs or to be notified of upcoming Waterwatch events.
Waterwatch Victoria – data portal
Visit the Waterwatch Victoria website to find out more about the state-wide program. You can also view, query and download water quality data that has been collected by citizen scientist for over 20 years!