Participants in this slideshow examine water and its importance for wildlife and local communities.
Image Gallery Page Navigation
Page 2 of 9
Goolwa barrage, Richard (Goolwa)
Goolwa barrage structure
The Goolwa Barrage is constructed using stop logs, removed to allow water to flow into the estuary. This barrage contains a lock allowing water craft to pass through.
Dredge at Murray mouth, Richard (Goolwa)
New dredge launched at Mundoo
Initially one dredge in the Goolwa Channel was used but the mouth continued to threaten closure so a second dredge was located in the Coorong Channel. This has successfully enabled the mouth to be kept open.
Dredging, Richard (Goolwa)
Murray Mouth Sand Pumping Project sign at the Murray Mouth
90 mile beach, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of surf on beach
A beautiful country - impacts compounding, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of Coorong vegetation
Once again there is not enough water, and the Coorong is at the mercy of human intervention. When will we get it balanced back to its natural state as a living body?
A raging torrent it once was, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of salt creek