Glenelg Hopkins CMA has Waterway Management functions in our region.
As Waterway Manager under the Water Act 1989 the CMA has the following functions:
* Protecting and enhancing waterway health
* Designation of waterways
* Managing and issuing licences for certain works or activities on a designated waterway
What are designated waterways
Designated Waterways are declared by the CMA through a publicly gazetted process. This process was undertaken by Glenelg Hopkins CMA in 2001. To find out whether you have a designated waterway on your property please go to Waterway Mapping below.
What are works and activities
Works and activities on or near a waterway can include:
* Building a crossing - culverts, bridge or ford
* Connecting to a waterway by pipe or drain
* Building a jetty
* Cleaning out the waterway - removing weeds and silt
If you are unsure if what you want to do requires a licence from the CMA please send an email to email@example.com.
To find out if a waterway is designated please follow the link below to look at our designated waterway mapping.
Please note that other approvals may be required whether you are required to get a licence from the CMA or not. Below is a guidance note that can provide some information regarding other approvals that may be required.
If you require more detailed information or a licence please contact the CMA. Please follow the link below to our forms and fees page.