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The Hattah Lakes North and Belsar-Yungera restoration projects were referred to the Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project Standing Inquiry and Advisory Committee on 28 September 2022.
The Hattah Lakes North floodplain restoration aims to return a more natural flood regime to 1,130 hectares of the Hattah Lakes Floodplains Complex, within Hattah-Kulkyne National Park and Murray-Kulkyne Park.
The Belsar-Yungera floodplain restoration aims to return a more natural flood regime to 2,375 hectares of the Belsar-Yungera Floodplain Complex within the Narcooyia Creek, Bonyaricall Creek and Yungera Creek anabranches of the Murray River.
The works proposed for these projects will include:
- construction of channels
- large and small regulators
- containment structures
- temporary cofferdams
- new access tracks and realignments/upgrades to existing access tracks.
The committee is asked to advise the Minister for Planning on potential environmental effects of these projects.
Inquiry and advisory committee members
To read documents about the Environment Effects Statement for this project, see Environment Effects Statement.
Terms of reference
Letter of referral
To find out more about the proposed Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project
For more information about the EES process for Hattah Lakes North and Belsar-Yungera Floodplain Restoration Projects
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