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Catchment Management Authority (New South Wales)

Catchment Management Authorities were responsible for the management of water catchments in the state of New South Wales, Australia until 2013.[1]

  • Border Rivers-Gwydir Catchment Management Authority
  • Central West Catchment Management Authority
  • Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Authority
  • Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority
  • Lachlan Catchment Management Authority
  • Lower Murray Darling Catchment Management Authority
  • Murray Catchment Management Authority
  • Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Authority
  • Namoi Catchment Management Authority
  • Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority
  • Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority
  • Sydney Catchment Authority
  • Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority
  • Western Catchment Management Authority

From January 2014, the NSW Government established Local Land Services to replace the CMAs.[2] The eleven Local Land Services Regions are established within the NSW Primary Industries portfolio.[3]

From 10 March 2014, the Sydney Catchment Authority was absorbed into Bulk Water NSW[4]

References

  1. ^ Catchment Management Authorities (N.S.W.) (2005). "Catchment Management Authorities : local people working with their communities to protect and restore catchments in NSW". Catchment Management Authorities New South Wales.  
  2. ^ Katrina Hodgkinson MP, Minister for Primary Industries (18 December 2013). "LOCAL LAND SERVICES NOW JUST A CLICK AWAY". Retrieved 13 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "LLS Local Land services". Retrieved 13 March 2014. 
  4. ^ "New world-class water delivery provider for NSW". 4 March 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2014. 
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