Welcome to the Waterwatch Queensland website. It has been designed to assist community-based groups and others interested in learning more about the condition of their local waterways, and caring for their catchment.
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Queensland community waterway monitoring manual (2007)
This comprehensive resource will provide advice to community-based groups on all aspects of waterway monitoring from planning through to carrying out a monitoring project. Find out more...
Health and safety guidelines for community-based waterway monitoring (2006)
These guidelines have been developed to assist community-based groups to assess health and safety issues associated with their waterway monitoring activities. Find out more...
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Help Freckles the Frog Now!
Help Freckles the Frog save a creek by playing the Creek Rescue Game. Be quick—time is running out! Play the game...
If you are concerned about a pollution event or emergency in your local waterway, report it to the Pollution Hotline.
Run by the Department of Environment and Resource Management, the Pollution Hotline is operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 1300 130 372.
Last updated 24 February 2011