The Floodplain Management Association (FMA) is committed to promoting appropriate development within floodplain areas, and helping reduce the risks of flooding to life and property. Our members include over 100 councils, catchment management authorities, businesses, and professionals involved in all aspects of urban and rural floodplain risk management. We represent our members’ interests at State and Commonwealth government levels, promote public awareness of flood issues, and provide professional development for floodplain managers.

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Welcome New Corporate Members

Sydney Water Sydney Water owns and manages major trunk drainage systems in large parts of southern and inner western Sydney and in the Rouse Hill Development Area. Sydney Water partners with Councils through funding contributions and in managing the Floodplain Risk Management (FRM) process. Sydney Water also provides direction and support through technical review activities and implementation… Continue reading “Welcome New Corporate Members”

FMA Queensland Chapter

The FMA is proud to announce the establishment of the Queensland Chapter of the Floodplain Management Association. The FMA now has 11 Members in Queensland: Balonne Shire Council Brisbane City Council Bundaberg Regional Council City of Gold Coast Council Murweh Shire Council Rockhampton Regional Council Toowoomba Regional Council Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning… Continue reading “FMA Queensland Chapter”

What’s Going With Our Members?

Have you checked out our Members’ Projects yet? You can find out about the great work that FMA Members are undertaking in Flood Risk Management (FRM). At the moment, we have details of excellent projects from: Balonne Shire Council Bega Valley Shire Council Camden Council Catchment Simulation Solutions City of Gold Coast Council Dr Stephen Yeo Gosford… Continue reading “What’s Going With Our Members?”