Hardy catchment nutrient reports

Information on nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) as well as total suspended solids, pH and salinity is collected fortnightly at 18 sites throughout the Hardy Inlet catchment.

Collecting and reporting water quality data helps us understand the estuarine systems and allows us to direct investment towards the most effective actions in the catchments to protect and restore the health of our waterways.

Information on the methods and data analysis used in these reports can be found here. 

Nutrient reports for Lower Blackwood catchment (2019):

Chapman Brook
East Tributary
Glenarty Creek
McLeod Creek
Turnwood Creek
Upper Blackwood
West Bay Creek

Nutrient reports for Scott River catchment (2019):

Four Acres
Governor Broome Road
Lower Scott
Middle Scott
Upper Scott

Previous reports:

View 2018 reports