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Love your home ground

Here at the Cooks River Allaince we love when our partners do amazing things for the river!! Another happy story below! In early 2022 Inner West Council applied for and successfully secured an EPA litter prevention project grant. This...

Cooks River Litter Prevention Strategy

Over the past few years, the River Canoe Club has worked with a number of local stakeholders such as the Cooks River Alliance and The Mullets to organise clean up events along the Cooks River. Building on the success...

Cooks River Community Values Survey – Closed

The Cooks River Community Values Survey closed on Sunday 5th September with over 1100+ respondents and five prize winners announced on our social media pages. The engagement outcomes and next steps will be published on the Alliance website and...

Cooks River Rescue School Action Program

The Cooks River Alliance has partnered with the Georges River Environmental Education Centre (GREEC) to deliver the Cooks River Rescue School Stormwater Action Plan Program. The now completed program involved 19 schools across the Cooks River Catchment, leaving a...

Orange, pink and purple tones in the sky at sunset reflecting in the Cooks RIver

Share your Cooks River covid-19 moments

Help us capture Cooks River history by sharing your river stories during covid-19! Humans can’t live without the environment. But with covid restrictions easing, how many people will remain connected to our precious patch along the Cooks? We want...

Council rangers wearing flouro yellow vests inspect fencing around an apartment building site

Get the Site Right: June 2020 campaign

The Get the Site Right campaign in June will increase awareness of the dangers of runoff from building sites impacting the environment and encourage developers, builders and home renovators to implement appropriate erosion and sediment controls. The campaign is kicking off...