From paddock to the reef - a catchment is all connected
A catchment is an area where water is collected by the natural landscape. Water flows from the highest point of the catchment, like the hills or mountains, to the lowest points where it collects in rivers, creeks, lakes, wetlands or the ocean. No catchment is exactly like another. Each has a different size, shape and pattern of waterways. The way we use our land and water can impact the health of our catchments and the Great Barrier Reef (GBR).
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