Rainwater and the River

When rain falls on natural places the trees, grass and groundcovers absorb the water and filter it into the ground, where it nourishes the soil and groundwater. In towns and cities, rain runs off the hard surfaces of roofs, roads and paved surfaces, where it becomes stormwater. Pollutants, litter and waste can get swept into drains and end up in waterways, where they eventually flow into the bay and ocean. What are these pollutants, and where do they come from? What are the solutions? Join us for an online slideshow and talk to discover what is being done, and what more we can do, to keep our urban waterways healthy and thriving.

Please register for the zoom link and important updates.


  • Date : 17 Apr 2024
  • Time : 6:00 pm - 7:00 am (Australia/Melbourne)
  • Reg. Deadline : 17 Apr 2024
  • Venue : online

Registration Deadline Expired!!


Werribee River Association

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