The Lindsay Island Floodplain Restoration Project and Wallpolla Floodplain Restoration Project form part of the Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project (VMFRP). The VMFRP consists of nine discrete environmental works projects. The projects propose works to restore a more natural inundation regime to the Murray River to achieve specific ecological conditions.
The projects propose works to improve ecological condition across approximately 5,289 hectares at Lindsay Island and Lake Wallawalla and across 2,672 ha at Wallpolla Island. The proposed works include the following key components:
- Large and small regulators;
- Containment structures;
- Drop structures;
- Temporary cofferdams;
- Pump suction line;
- Hardstand areas;
- New access tracks and realignment/upgrades to existing access tracks; and
- Borrow pit sites to supply fill material to support construction.
How to participate
Have your say on the draft EES scoping requirements for the Lindsay Island and Wallpolla Island Floodplain Restoration Projects by completing an online submission or complete the Word document (from the Document Library below) and upload your submission.
We will review all submissions received and revise the EES scoping requirements, where appropriate. Your feedback will be provided to the Minister for Planning to consider when approving the final scoping requirements. The final version of the scoping requirements will be published online.
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