Environmental community groups across Melbourne will share in more than $980,000 to support their work improving Melbourne’s waterways as part of Melbourne Water’s
Melbourne Water is advising people to avoid contact with the Werribee River at the Maltby Bypass, following the detection of blue-green algae.
Local community members are encouraged to share their ideas and aspirations for Stony Creek’s rehabilitation with the launch of a ‘Your Say’ online portal.
In the third episode of our podcast series, Scott McMillan, safety manager of technology and innovation at Melbourne Water and Ben Horan from Deakin University, discuss all things Virtual Reality (VR) from virtual snake bite first aid training to developing bespoke infrastructure training tools, and overcoming technological scepticism.
Melbourne Water is advising people to avoid contact with Lake Carramar, following the detection of blue-green algae.
Melbourne Water is advising the community that a blue green algae bloom has been detected in the Patterson River at the National Water Sports Centre.
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