For detailed information on all monitoring sites including historical data and photographs, please visit the Victorian Waterwatch Website and have a look at the "Monitoring" tab.
Goulburn Broken Waterwatch helps the community to monitor water quality in their local stream or waterbody. The program provides water testing equipment to interested people and trains them to use that equipment correctly.
To ensure that the Waterwatch Program produces the best possible data, all monitoring conforms to the procedures laid down in the:
All volunteer monitors are also encouraged to participate in our annual Quality Assurance testing.
Information about the more common parameters and how to test for them using Waterwatch equipment can be found on the parameter menu top left of this page.
An explanation of what your data means in relation to the health of your local waterway can be found in the Waterwatch Victoria Data Interpretation Manual.
Some sub-catchments in the Goulburn Broken have had comprehensive reports prepared, and these are available for download from the left of this page. Unfortunately due to limited funding, only reports that have been specifically requested have been prepared since 2012.