As part of the coronavirus (COVID-19) response, the Mallee CMA has closed its main office to the public. Staff members remain contactable on mobile phone and via email.

General inquiries are always welcome via 03 5051 4377 or

The Mallee CMA encourages all community members to be involved in the management of natural resources in the region. Click here to see ways how you can be involved.

New grants now available.

The Mallee CMA has various positions available as part of the Working for Victoria Program. The program offers full time employment in the agricultural sector – field work, pest and weed management, fencing, revegetation and aerial imagery.
Click here to find out more.

We are looking for volunteers to monitor bugs at wetlands in our region. Click for more information

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The Mallee Catchment Management Authority region stretches from Nyah to the South Australian Border along the Victorian side of the Murray River and down to towns such as Birchip in the south. It covers 39,939 square kilometers.

The Mallee region is recognised nationally and internationally for the diversity and uniqueness of its natural, cultural and productive landscapes.

The Mallee CMA is led by Chief Executive Officer, Jenny Collins. It has 55 staff that manage dryland, floodplain, cultural heritage, environmental water and irrigation & salinity divisions of the organisation. These divisions are supported by a corporate service team. 

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