We are Australia’s leading member-based organisation dedicated to integrating catchment and river management. Established in Victoria in 1986, the RBMS has grown to engage and connect members across Australia through knowledge sharing events and communications such as the Australian Stream Management Conference.
We bring together a community of professionals and students to engage in new discussions, share knowledge and advance practice in catchment and river management. Our events provide a forum for robust and informed discussion on the environmental, social and economic drivers of catchment and river management.
We are committed to a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to catchment and river management through an understanding of complex systems and processes. This approach has established the RBMS as an important voice in the setting of policy for catchment and river management in Victoria, with a growing influence Australia wide.
We welcome new members and support for local chapters to connect across Australia.
What an incredible occasion to bring together people from different places and perspectives with a shared caring for country and our catchments in Australia.
It was the biggest Awards Night we have ever brought together in recognition of the outstanding contributions that have been made to waterways and catchment management in Australia.
Click here for more information about the event.
At our Special General Meeting on Thursday 20 June 2019, we recognised the contributions of our outgoing committee members; and welcomed a number of new faces who will play important roles for the RBMS in the year to come. Click here to find out who is leading the RBMS in FY1920.
The 9th Australian Stream Management (9ASM) Conference was held from Sunday, 12th August to Wednesday, 15th August, 2018 at the Grand Chancellor Hobart, Tasmania. Visit www.9asm.org.au to access the full program and proceedings.