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Our Living River
Our Living River is an initiative of the Parramatta River Catchment Group, with the mission to make the Parramatta River swimmable again by 2025.
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We're fortunate to be partnering with so many great local and state government agencies to deliver our plan to make the Parramatta River swimmable again.
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NSW EPA 2h
In the quest to make swimmable, , Ryde Council members and reps from Sydney Water have inspected Putney Park as a proposed swim site.
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Our Living River Nov 6
A huge thank you to for giving us the rare privilege to attend one of the today. We explored the tank stream that provided the original water source for Sydney and saw some of the makers’ marks left by the Freemasons who built the sandstone arch.
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Dr Cameron Webb Nov 1
Don’t often seen spoonbills on the mudflats of Hen and Chicken Bay; a nice treat today!
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Our Living River Oct 28
We’re looking forward to hearing our awesome PRCG Chair, Cr Mark Drury, talk to ’s Richard Glover this afternoon after 4pm about our plan to make the swimmable again.
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City of Ryde Oct 28
The Field of Mars - Monash Road Group meets 9am TODAY. All volunteers welcome >
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NSW EPA Oct 26
The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo will be held at the ICC in Sydney on 30 and 31 October. It is a showcase of efficient and sustainable waste solutions in Australia. AWRE is a premier event for the waste, recycling and resource recovery sector
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Inner West Council Oct 26
Green Caffeen reusable coffee cups now available at over 40 Inner West cafes! Grab your coffee in a reusable cup and when you're finished, return it and get a fresh one from a participating cafe. Download the free Green Caffeen app and get started today.
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BirdLife Australia Oct 26
On the final day of the here’s an important update from . There’s still plenty of time left to join in at . Did we mention we’ve now counted 3 million birds?!
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Our Living River Oct 25
continues this weekend with loads of events to choose from across the Parramatta River catchment. To find out what's happening in your area, visit:
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Dr Cameron Webb Oct 23
Not the worst view from today’s workshop at ; overlooking one of the largest stands of along the Parramatta River!
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Our Living River Oct 23
Blitz Day may be over but developers and builders still need to have a comprehensive erosion and soil control plan in place. If you spot a site that's not right, contact your local council or call the Environment Line on 131 555.
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Dr Cameron Webb Oct 22
Very happy to see over 40 bar-tailed godwits this morning at Hen and Chicken Bay ! Uploaded details for
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Our Living River Oct 22
: We’re so excited to see the Bar-tailed Godwits back again after their epic migration! Come and help clean up the habitats of these and other migratory shorebirds at ’s Spring Clean at Rodd Park this Saturday. RSVP:
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BirdLife Australia Oct 20
You can go online to sign up at or even easier, download the app from wherever you get your apps.
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Our Living River Oct 20
Read the ’s article on our launch at the open water swim at Lake Parramatta last Saturday. Veteran swimmer and former Drummoyne resident Sue Wiles also speaks fondly about swimming in the Parramatta River as a child.
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Our Living River Oct 20
Happy ! What better way to protect and conserve our precious water resources and habitats than to take part in Riverfest 2019. There's so many ways you can do your bit. To find out what's happening in your area visit:
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NSW EPA Oct 19
Make a splash next week and celebrate National Water Week. It’s the chance for communities and organisations to work together to build awareness around the value of water. Check out all the latest at
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NSW EPA Oct 18
It’s a beautiful morning for a swim and these swimmers tested Swimmable Parramatta River 2025 with the Launch of this year’s RiverFest at the Open Water Master Swim. Supported by and addressed the early risers at the river bank.
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City of Ryde Oct 18
Granny's Cider Bar is serving up refreshing beverages until 7pm! Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Granny Smith Festival and enjoy! >
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