The Waterlines Newsletter provides an insight into the projects, activities and industry involvement of Water Technology.

ISSUE 3 2017

Waterlines Issue 3 2017

October 2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the addition of waterway management and ecology to Water Technology’s services.  This was an important phase in our company’s evolution, as the introduction of these skills complemented what was then our more traditional water quantity and water quality capabilities.  This provided us with a greatly enhanced capability to assist our clients overcome the on-going challenges and often competing demands of managing their catchments and waterways.  As such, it is appropriate that this issue of Waterlines should focus on some of our more recent waterway and ecological projects where we have been working with our clients to provide expert advice and assistance in managing complex ecosystems.



Water Technology is fortunate to be working with a diverse range of clients on a wide variety of interesting projects. In this respect, the last quarter has seen us delivering on projects right across the country, and internationally into China. This work has included rapid responses to significant events such as the flooding and coastal erosion in Queensland and Northern NSW associated with Tropical Cyclone Debbie. This edition of Waterlines brings together some of our recent project highlights and outlines on-going work aimed at improving and expanding our technical capabilities.

Other articles include:

  • Passionate landowners restore a natural floodplain ecosystem
  • Integrating usable community assets
  • HydroNET’s International Award Recognition
  • A large-scale master-planned community development


Waterlines Summer 2017

Water Technology continues to have an on-going involvement in a number of major projects around the country.  One of the highlights has been the work we have recently completed for Project Sea Dragon, a large land-based prawn aquaculture facility that is being developed by the Seafarms Group in northern Australia.

Other articles include:

  • Our new office in Geelong opens.
  • Signing a Cooperation Agreement with the Jiangsu Engineering Consulting Centre in Nanjing, China
  • Adaptive real-time operational water resource management of the Crocodile River Catchment with HydroNET


Waterlines Spring 2016 Newsletter

The big news for Water Technology in recent months has been the Rio Olympics and Paralympics and the support that we provided our sailors by way of daily near real time current modelling and predictions of prevailing oceanographic conditions in Guanabara Bay.

Other articles include:

  • Supporting the Victorian Flood Response
  • Floodplain Management in Samoa
  • Multi-scale Whole of Water Cycle Modelling

Winter 2016

Waterlines July 2016 cover

The Winter 2016 Waterlines showcases some of our key projects and successes in the areas in which we practice. The highlights of the current edition include:

  • Tony McAlister joins Water Technology
  • Expanding our Coastal Engineering capabilities
  • Managing riverbank erosion
  • FMA Highly Commended award for our leading edge floodplain management


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