stream watch

The Streamwatch program undertakes ecological investigation of local waterways. It acts as an early warning system for pollution events, while the data provides a valuable record of waterway health. They have helped identify water quality issues such as greywater system leakages, new waterweed incursions and litter and pollution events from industrial run off. 


We are looking for community members with a keen interest in collecting and recording environmental data in our local waterways. Generally working in pairs, the process takes about an hour in the field and 30 mins to upload the information onto your computer. Water samples are collected monthly from designated waterway sites.

Help us maintain our beautiful waterways and enjoy the bushland while you're there!

Visit the StreamWatch website to find out more information.


View our most recent monitoring data here on our Water Quality Monitoring page.

Get involved

Register your interest online and we will be in touch with more information. You must be 16 years or older to participate in the Streamwatch program.

Register online

For any questions, email the Environmental Volunteering Programs Officer or 9424 0811.