The Cooks River Alliance has been monitoring the Cooks River ecological health since 2011. View the Report Card for 2015-2016.
The Cooks River catchment is highly urbanised with many hard surfaces. As stormwater rushes off our roofs, driveways and roads, it flows directly into drains and into the river, picking up pollution on its way. That means litter anywhere within the catchment can end up in the Cooks River. That means the river starts at […]
Help improve the health of the Cooks River and make better use of rain and stormwater for use in your garden. Download our brochure and Instruction Factsheets below for more information. Brochure: Build your own Raingarden (1.7MB) Instruction Sheets: Downpipe Diversion (1.8MB) Swale (2.3MB) Inground Raingarden (2.5MB) Planter Box Raingarden (2.5MB) Vegetable Raingarden (2.6MB) Green Roofs (1.3MB) Porous […]
Results of monitoring are presented annually in the Cooks River Ecological Health Report Card and are used to inform the community of the ecological conditional of the catchment and guide investment decisions to make a difference. The Report Card Method Information Sheet describes the methods used to collect ecological data to assess the condition of […]
The Cooks River Alliance has been monitoring the Cooks River ecological health since 2011. View the Report Card for 2014-2015.
The Alliance Annual Report for 2015-2016 is available for download.
Capacity Building and training needs analysis: Stage 1 Report This report provides a baseline evaluation of the capacity of the Cooks River councils within a critical systems area (planning assessment in relation to water management) and provides a training assessment that will assist in developing this capacity.
View a map of the Cooks River Catchment.
The Alliance Annual Report for 2014-2015 is available for download.
The Cooks River Alliance has been monitoring the Cooks River ecological health since 2011. View the Report Card for 2013-2014.