- The Goulburn River is Victoria’s biggest river.
- It supports billions of dollars worth of agricultural production.
- It is home to threatened species such as the Crimson-spotted rainbow fish and the Great egret.
- The demand for its water has taken a toll on the health of the river and its catchment, reducing native fish populations.
People who love and depend on the Goulburn River have many memories and insights to share – of magical picnic spots, of pelicans cruising its glassy surface, and how connecting people with nature in fact protects it.
Take a minute and explore the Campaspe River through the eyes of these river champions…