The water quality information that Gold Coast Waterwatch provide can help in
several ways. It provides information on the ecological health of the waterways.
You can compare it with the water quality standards of Queensland and
Monitoring the impact of rehabilitation efforts of the community and waterway management strategies.
Evaluating the changes in water quality as per the modification in the landscape.
Provide information about general water quality for the student as well as public enquiries.
We Take Responsibility
The water flowing through the rivers, creeks, estuaries, canals, and man-made
lakes into our oceans make an impact on the habitat of almost all aquatic
species. Therefore, it is important to make sure that the water quality of the
lakes, river, etc., is in good condition, and our volunteers do that. Gold Coast
Waterwatch monitor the water quality of all the natural and constructed
waterways throughout the region. Around 250 locations from 20 waterways in
this region are included in our program. These sites include the beaches, rivers,
broadwater, canals, freshwater and tidal lakes, creeks, etc. We understand how
important these waterways are for nature, so it is essential to improve their