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The Goyder Institute for Water Research will receive $8 million from the Australian Government over 4 years from 2023-26 to work with communities to investigate the impacts of climate change on the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) region. 

The CLLMM Research Centre's vision is for a vibrant and prosperous CLLMM region supported by healthy, productive and dynamic ecosystems that support the CLLMM’s diverse flora and fauna, which can adapt to climate change and ensure that the ecosystem services they provide and the cultural, social, environmental and economic values that they support are responsive to future change. 


The Centre will provide a base for the team and researchers, as well as a central point to host community discussions and forums, education events for all ages and provide an immersive experience through virtual and augmented reality to deepen connections with the local environment to create and share knowledge.

Meet the Team

Located in Goolwa, South Australia, the CLLMM Research Centre's team is passionate about the region and people.

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