- The Yea River is the second largest tributary of the mid-Goulburn.
- It provides irrigation water to high value horticulture crops such as grapevines and strawberry runners.
- It is home to the critically endangered Macquarie perch, and the catchment provides habitat for other endangered species such as the Musk duck, Legless lizard and Brush-tailed phascogale.
People who love and depend on the Yea River have many memories and insights to share – of camping and bushwalking, of catching fish for breakie, and of the hope that rain will come again.
Take a minute and explore the Yea River through the eyes of these river champions…