Edward/Kolety-Wakool Community Field Day

  • Watts, R. (Participant)
  • McCasker, N. (Organiser)
  • Liu, X. (Organiser)
  • Trethewie, J. (Organiser)
  • Roseanne Farrant (Organiser)
  • Katherine Reid (Organiser)
  • Luke Egan (Organiser)
  • Deanna Duffy (Organiser)
  • Thom Gower (Organiser)
  • Josh Campbell (Organiser)
  • Jason Thiem (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventWorkshop/course/forumCommunity


A  community event to share knowledge and learn about river and wetland monitoring and research in the Edward/Kolety-Wakool river system.

Welcome to Country around campfire at 11:00 am
Look at water bugs and fish larvae under a microscope
Demonstration of drones used to assess riverbanks and vegetation
DPI Fisheries monitoring and research display
Learn about turtle monitoring and conservation
Meet scientists and Kolety Werkul Rangers involved in river monitoring
Learn about Ramsar wetlands and environmental water
Hands-on water quality activity, and more!

Free entry and Free BBQ lunch and afternoon tea provided. 

Event organised by Charles Sturt University, Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre, Murray-Darling Wetlands Working Group, Werai Land and Water Aboriginal Corporation, Streamology, Edward-Wakool Angling Association, Murray Local Land Services, NSW DPI Fisheries, NSW Planning and Environment, La Trobe University, Department of Agriculture Water and the Environment.
Period28 May 2022
Event typeOther
LocationDeniliquin, Australia, New South WalesShow on map
Degree of RecognitionRegional


  • rivers
  • community engagement
  • environmental water
  • monitoring
  • research
  • environmental education