The Cooks River Alliance is a partnership of eight councils – Ashfield, Bankstown, Canterbury, City of Sydney, Hurstville, Marrickville, Strathfield and Rockdale – who are working together with communities for a healthy Cooks River Catchment.
The Cooks River is a unique urban waterway located in the inner South West of Sydney. It runs through some of the most heavily urbanised and industrialised areas in Australia, but many parts of the river and its foreshores offer beautiful riverside walkways and cycle paths, wonderful parks and facilities and an abundance of native flora and fauna. Over recent years, the condition of the river has improved considerably, due in large part to the efforts of stakeholders and the local community, however it remains a heavily polluted river with much more to be done.
Annual Report 2014-2015
The Alliance Annual Report 2014-2015 is available for download here.
River Health Report Card 2013-2014
The River Health Report Card 2013-2014 is available for download here.
Cooks River Small Sculpture Prize – $2,000
Entries are now open for the sixth annual GreenWay Art Exhibition!
The 2015 Cooks River Small Sculpture Prize ($2000) is open to all artists, anywhere in Australia or abroad, established or emerging, represented or unrepresented. Artworks will be selected based on their relevance to the GreenWay and Cooks River themes of urban environments and waterways, community connections and/or sustainable transport.
Entries close 5pm on Thursday 22 October, 2015.
More information at: http://www.greenwayartprize.com.au/