Redland City Council’s annual Waterway Recovery Report tells us about the overall health of our freshwater creeks. The report summarises results from our local water quality and ecosystem health monitoring program.
The report gives an overall quality rating and long term health trend for each catchment. The health trend illustrates whether the condition of our creeks are steady, improving or in decline. This information helps us track waterway recovery.
It includes the following:
- Environmental values of creeks in each catchment
- Overall water quality rating
- Indicators measured to determine creek health
- Long term health trends of our local creeks
- The value waterways bring to our community
- Corporate actions to reduce the pressures on our waterways
- Partnerships built to protect, enhance and restore our waterways.
Download the Redlands Waterway Recovery Report (PDF, 14.2MB).
Previous years’ reports are available on request – contact Redland City Council.
For refence purposes, you may also require the 2010 Redlands Waterway Report (PDF, 5.4MB).