Waterkeepers Australia is a not-for-profit, independent organisation that was formed in 2003 through inspiration from the international Waterkeeper Alliance. Now an active part of that alliance, Waterkeepers Australia boasts eighteen members to date, all engaged in protecting and preserving a piece of Australia’s precious waterways.
The national office in Victoria is the support framework for the member groups, each a registered Waterkeeper organisation in their own right, who are strong and dedicated groups of people committed to doing all that they can for their local waterway, whether that be a beach, lake, river, bay, wetland, coastal area, estuary, or creek.
Our national vision is to see a Waterkeeper on every waterway in Australia, protecting and preserving our unique natural wealth for generations to come.
To find out more feel free to contact the national office or your local Waterkeeper. See Contact Page for details.
We’d love you to get involved! Check out the support section for information on how you can help.
Waterkeepers Australia would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Myer Foundation and the Maquarie Group