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The draft Echuca Moama Flood Study Report is the first part of the Echuca Moama Torrumbarry Flood Study and Risk Management Plan Project. It has been prepared to better understand flood behaviour of the Murray, Campaspe and Goulburn River systems and their impact on the Echuca-Moama area.
Commenced in 2018, the flood study is a joint project between Campaspe Shire and Murray River councils, in conjunction with the Victorian North Central Catchment Management Authority, Department of Environment Energy and Climate Action, and NSW Department of Planning and Environment.
The report consists of detailed modelling and mapping that reproduces the flooding associated with the 1993, 2011, 2016 and 2022 flood events.
The primary objective of the report is to define the existing nature and extent of flood behaviour in and around the township of Echuca-Moama. The final document will be an important guide to ensure safe and sustainable development across the two towns.
Have your say
We are seeking your comments on the draft report and associated mapping before making further reviews and amendments prior to final adoption.
We are particularly interested in any hard evidence of the 1993, 2016, 2011 and 2022 events, such as photographs and identifiable flood marks to back-up your feedback.
You can view the draft report and associated mapping via the link below.
You can also attend one of the drop-in sessions where you can seek further information on the draft report and mapping via a presentation from the project officers.
- Thursday 9 November: 10am – 12 noon and 2pm – 4pm at Murray River Council Offices, Perricoota Road Moama.
- Thursday 9 November: 5.30pm – 7pm at Campaspe Shire Offices, Corner of Hare and Heygarth Streets Echuca.
View the draft Flood Study Report