Contact NSW Waterwatch
Register your interest
to find out more about becoming a Waterwatch group or volunteer
- contact your local group below

Central Coast

Community Environment Network
Newcastle University
Ourimbah Campus
PO Box 149
Ourimbah, NSW
Australia 2258
(02) 4349 4757

Contact: Samantha Willis
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Hunter Region (includes Lake Macquarie & Port Stephens)

Hunter Local Land Services
Private Bag 2010
Paterson, NSW
Australia 2321
(02) 4930 1030

Contact: Jane Lloyd-Jones
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Manning-Great Lakes-Gloucester

Mid Coast Water
PO Box 671
Taree, NSW
Australia 2430
(02) 6592 4830

Contact: Kirsty Hughes
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Sydney Metropolitan & Basin

Australian Museum - Streamwatch
6 College Street
Sydney, NSW
Australia 2000
Ph: (02) 9320 6422

Contact: Greg McDonald
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NSW Waterwatch - other regions.

If you don't have a contact locally, for support please email or call
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Phone:

Samantha - 0402 223 373 or 4349 4757, or

Ingrid - 0405 761 593

Waterwatch support

  • NSW Waterwatch is supported through a range of partnerships through local, regional and state government agencies and non-government organisations. These partnerships enhance the involvement of local people in monitoring local projects and activities that may directly or indirectly, impact on water quality and catchment health. However, levels of support for NSW Waterwatch do vary across NSW.

  • 'Streamwatch is included in the NSW Waterwatch and delivered by the Australian Museum for the Sydney metropolitan & basin areas.'

  • Links with the scientific community ensure that the methods used by Waterwatch participants are suitable, accurate and reliable.

  • NSW Waterwatch representatives are part of the national Waterwatch Australia Network. This network promotes the sharing of tools and resources to enhance community involvement in Waterwatch as a citizen science program. Each Australian State supports Waterwatch slightly differently.