FOMRE

Join us for our AGM on a Sunset Cruise with drinks and nibbles on the Moore River on Sunday 4th March 2018 5pm to 7pm.  The health, sustainability and protection of the pristine Moore River Estuary will be on the agenda. For more information, please see...

The water quality monitoring conducted by Friends of Moore Fiver Estuary on August 25th 2017 was a resounding success with results showing a healthy river. The river level was as low as it has been for quite a while, but we were able to make it...

Friends of Moore River Estuary is pleased to have commenced our second year of water quality testing of the estuary. On 9th March we tested the 5 sites from the mouth to up past Woodridge with the support of the Dept of Water, NACC and...

Citizen Science continues at Moore River Estuary thanks to a strong partnership between the Friends of Moore River Estuary (FOMRE), NACC and Department of Water. Last Friday saw the third round of estuary monitoring for the NACC Healthy Estuaries project supporting FOMRE to collect valuable...

Are you curious to learn more about Photo Monitoring and how it is applied in Guilderton-Moore River? [caption id="attachment_1695" align="alignleft" width="213"] Photomon[/caption] You can follow the photos taken by Bob Johnson over three years for the six Guilderton Beach Sites on the Northern Agricultural Catchment Council (NACC)...

Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network (ACORN) Did you ever wonder what the rusty old locked container on the northern dunes above The Groyne at Guilderton was used for? It is an ACORN (Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network) station which uses land based high frequency radar to provide continuous...

People + passion = healthy estuaries at Guilderton Passionate people are leading the way in a newly developed citizen science project at Guilderton, which aims to collect valuable water quality data on the health of the Moore River Estuary. Coordinated by the Northern Agricultural Catchment Council (NACC)...