BBTF - Clarence Estuary habitat site

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Fish passage and natural flows returned to Lake Wooloweyah in 2008 as a part of the Bring Back the Fish project. The alteration returned fish passage to 7 km of estuarine habitat in Lake Wooloweyah. The shallow channel crossing was replaced with a two celled box culvert. 700 m of bank erosion due to vegetation removal and wind chop stabilised.

Organisation NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries)

Dr. Matthew Gordos, Ph: (02) 6626 1395, email: [email protected] or Scott Nichols, Ph: (02) 6626 1396, email: [email protected]

Funding Body Natural Heritage Trust