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Upper Barwon low pH Event June 2016

Authorities are responding to a fish death event in the upper Barwon River and Boundary Creek, upstream of Winchelsea. Thes event is the result of a naturally-occurring increase in acidic water levels in these waterways.

People are advised not to handle or eat dead or dying fish, or fish that are swimming erratically, and to avoid contact with the reiver water as this may cause eye or skin irritation.

For more information read the frequently asked questions document

CMA approved exclusions and exemptions on the Barwon River through Geelong for the 2015-16 event calendar season.

 

In line with the Marine Safety Act 2010 requirements, please find below a list of approved exemptions and exclusions for the Barwon River through Geelong for the 2015-16 event calendar season.

Give Where You Live – Geelong Riverfest – 11 October 2015

Rowing Victoria Events on the Barwon River

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