EstuaryWatch Data Portal
Welcome to the EstuaryWatch data explorer.
Here you can view, query and download EstuaryWatch data and images for your estuary or region.
Search for specific Estuaries via the Data Filters, or browse all Estuaries below
Read more in the Data portal user guide
Wild Dog Creek EstuaryWatchers
Wild Dog Creek has a long sand bar that runs parallel to the sea which is home to Hooded Plover. Wild Dog enters the sea by cutting through the bar.
Monitoring sitesWGB WMC Wp1 Wp2 Wp3
WGCMA Estuary Management Group
West Gippsland CMA
Wreck Creek is a small intermittently closing and opening estuarine lagoon located on the western edge of Inverloch. From the coast the estuary follows Cape Paterson - Inverloch Road towards the Inverloch RACV resort, for approximately 800 metres, before the creek becomes fresh. The creek has two main branches, one that begins well above the RACV resort (including the resorts wetlands) and the other flows out of farmland through the residential area to the north. For the majority of the year two branches of the creek are mostly dry (apart from a few ponds and billabongs that have been sighted on private property upstream). These creeks begin to flow during wet times (winter / spring), and for the majority of the time the main habitat available to biota is the estuarine lagoon itself.
Monitoring sitesWr1 WrGB WrMC Wrp1
Wye River EstuaryWatchers
The estuary is home to the vulnerable Tasmanian Mudfish which bury themsleves beneath logs or stones during dry summers. The estuary is approximately 1km in length
Monitoring sitesWy1 WY2 WyMC Wyp1
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