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Pyramid Creek - interception scheme

Pyramid Creek is an approximately 60 km long enlarged natural stream in Northern Victoria between Kow Swamp and the Kerang Weir. The $12.8 million salt interception scheme on the upper reaches of Pyramid Creek will lower the groundwater table adjacent to the Creek preventing around 22,000 tonnes of salt from entering the Creek each year. This will result in reduced salinity of downstream waterways including the Loddon River, the Ramsar listed Kerang Lakes and the River Murray.

Updated: 28 Sep 2017  •   Brochures and factsheets