Feedback on our short and long term priorities

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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 23 August to 31 October 2019. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of the engagement.

Our short term and long term priorities include On-ground work, Scientific Trials and Investigations, Water Resource Optimisation, Investigation of Long-term Infrastructure options. Find out more about our key actions.

Do we have the right short and long term priorities for restoring and revitalising the Coorong?

Download and read the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Action Plan and join in the conversation below.

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Capt. Bouc Jones

31 Oct 2019

1. We need to attach a colostomy bag to the river at Wellington - a lock and weir.
2. Permanently open the barrage systems.
3. Return all SE Drains back to their original drainage system.
With these actions, we could at least help the Coorong and estuarine lakes recover. The river is a regulated lost cause. Too many fishers (pumps) in the pond in which we must all fish.

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Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin > Capt. Bouc Jones

31 Oct 2019

Hello Captain,
Welcome to the discussion and thankyou for commenting.

Malgo Schmidt

18 Sep 2019

Leave the water in the river.

Government Agency

Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin > Malgo Schmidt

19 Sep 2019

Hi Malgo, good to hear from you. Thanks for joining in.

Government Agency

Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin

23 Aug 2019

Hello, welcome to the discussion. What are your ideas, suggestions and experiences from time spent in the Coorong and observed? Does our action plan seem appropriate to achieve improvements?