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Floodplain Risk Management Study

Warrah Creek/Pump Station Creek Floodplain Management Study

The Warrah Creek / Pump Station Creek study area is within the Liverpool Plains Catchment and is comprised of three sub-catchment areas:

  • Pump Station Creek;
  • Big Jacks Creek; and
  • Warrah Creek.

The study area covers an approximate area of 1500 square kilometres and lies within the Local Government Areas (LGA) of Quirindi Shire and Murrurundi Shire. The study area is bound by the Great Dividing Range (Liverpool Range) in the south and the Quirindi-Pine Ridge Road in the north. The western and eastern boundaries are defined by Upper Mooki River Catchment and Quirindi Creek Catchment. respectively. The primary objectives of the scoping study are:

  • Determine the boundaries of the study area;
  • Identify and gain an understanding of the local flooding issues;
  • Establish an inventory of available data:
  • Identify other resource management plans relevant to the study area;
  • Gain adequate information from which to present a brief for undertaking a flood study of the area; and
  • Establish a project management program for proceeding with the flood study.

Additional Information

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Title Warrah Creek/Pump Station Creek Floodplain Management Study
Publication Date 1 March 2002
Themes Land and Resource Management
Spatial Extent
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Council/LGA Liverpool Plains Shire Council
Author/ Prepared by Department of Land and Water Conservation
Publish date 1 July 2019
Update date 22 July 2020
Approval State Approved
Submitted for approval 2 July 2019
Submitted by Akhil Sud
Approved 2 July 2019
Approved by dstazic
Identifier cdeebc94-94c0-4b2c-b7b6-26165c3f22e4