Melbourne Water is using ‘internet of things’ technology to improve its monitoring of a stormwater pipe at Rosebud beach which notorious for backing up and causing flooding.
Melburnians are ‘hopping mad’ for citizen science, with a massive jump in the number of people reporting frog calls in their area via the award winning Melbourne Water Frog Census
Sections of Dandenong creek which have been underground for many years will be returned to open waterway as part of a $14.5M Melbourne Water project to improve the environmental and amenity v
Melbourne Water is pleased to advise residents of a trial period of through-flows to Lake Carramar, one of the Quiet Lakes in the Patterson Lakes area.
Melbourne's storage levels decreased by 0.3% of capacity this week, representing a net loss of 4.8 billion litres over the week.
Animals including elephants, giraffe, gorillas, orang-utans, and tapirs are being given a very Melbourne snack in the form of foliage, tree limbs and branches removed as part of local revegetation