Find out the current environmental condition of South East Queensland's waterways, and the level of social and economic benefit they provide to local communities.

2016 Report Card Launch

The Report Card results have been released, revealing the current condition and benefits of South East Queensland's waterways.

The Report Card provides an annual assessment of the pressures facing our waterways, their current environmental condition (A-F grade), and the level of social and economic benefit the waterways provide to local communities (1-5 star rating).  View the results now.

What's new?

Working with local and state governments, Healthy Waterways and Catchments has assessed each catchment to identify areas that are vulnerable to generating sediment pollution if not appropriately managed. Find out more.

 

 
 
 

 

 

2015 Report Card
2015-2016

Healthy Waterways Report Card

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2009-2014 Report Card
2009-2014

Healthy Waterways Report Card

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1. Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (2016) WetlandInfo
2. Healthy Waterways and Catchments Monitoring Program
3. University of Sunshine Coast & Healthy Waterways and Catchments
(2016) Linking habitat, land use and water quality to optimise fish
conservation in degraded estuaries
4. Queensland University of Technology & Healthy Waterways and
Catchments (2016) Social Survey 2016
5. Science Under Sail & Healthy Waterways and Catchments (2016)
Economic Valuation of Waterways
6. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (2015) Queensland Agricultural
Land Audit
7. GrowCom
8. Healthy Waterways and Catchments (2016) Erosion and Sediment
Control Program 2015-16
9. Healthy Waterways and Catchments (2016) Sub Catchment Hazard
Assessment
10. Healthy Waterways and Catchments & BMT WBM (2016) Report Card
Modelling 2016