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Waterwatch is a national program involving school and community groups in monitoring water quality of their local waterways.

Waterwatch involves people in the community helping to improve the health of our waterways. There are many ways you can get involved. Dive in to see how you can do your bit individually, or as a group, for healthy waterways and a better environment.

On the Central Coast, Waterwatch is funded through the Hunter Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority with sponsorship from the Gosford Wyong Joint Water Authority.

In Gosford and Wyong local government areas CEN employs a Waterwatch Project Officer. In Lake Macquarie local government area Colin Mondy and Ingrid Berthold are the Waterwatch coordinators based at the CMA offices at Paterson.

For more information please contact Samantha Willis on Tel: 02 4349 4757 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Donate to Waterwatch

Waterwatch is a national water quality monitoring program involving schools and community groups. CEN has coordinated the Waterwatch program in ..

Contact details

CALL 02 4349 4756

PO Box 149 Ourimbah NSW 2258

FM Building, Central Coast Campus,
University of Newcastle,
Loop Road, Ourimbah,
NSW, 2258


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