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Lake Wyangan Catchment Management

Griffith City Council's vision for Lake Wyangan and its Catchment is to see community, business including agri-business, and Council working together for a healthy, productive and attractive Lake Wyangan and Catchment both now and into the future.

Lake Wyangan is situated 6 km’s northwest of the Griffith CBD and is the epi-centre for a diverse range of land uses and recreational uses. The Lake Wyangan catchment totals around 121 km2; including diverted catchment runoff through the irrigation supply and drainage infrastructure.

The Lake View Branch Canal supplies irrigation water to local agriculture and is a major feature of the catchment as it intersects most catchment runoff.

The Lake Wynagan and Catchment Strategy Management project will guide future actions to address water quality concerns.

Related Information

LAKE WYANGAN & BLUE-GREEN ALGAE MONITORING

Griffith City Council’s Environment, Health & Sustainability Unit regularly samples, analyses and monitors the water quality of Lake Wyangan (North) throughout the year for the presence of Blue-Green Algae. Find the current status here Lake Wyangan & Blue-Green Algae

Technical Reports

Lake Wyangan and Catchment Management Strategy Project

Lake Wyanagan & Catchment Management Strategy - Strategy Report - June 2017

Lake Wyanagan & Catchment Management Strategy - Technical Report - June 2017