Muddy Creek

Sydney Water is investigating a section of Muddy Creek, Brighton Le Sands as it is in need of repair. This work will help maintain the stormwater system and protect the local environment.

We are looking at opportunities for Muddy Creek like naturalisation which involves replacing the concrete walls with natural looking banks made of rocks and native plants. This method has been used in waterways across Sydney to improve their health and character.

Sydney Water is investigating a section of Muddy Creek, Brighton Le Sands as it is in need of repair. This work will help maintain the stormwater system and protect the local environment.

We are looking at opportunities for Muddy Creek like naturalisation which involves replacing the concrete walls with natural looking banks made of rocks and native plants. This method has been used in waterways across Sydney to improve their health and character.

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    Have your say on the renewal of Muddy Creek. 

    Read our latest community newsletter, available in the document library for more information about the stormwater channel and naturalisation. 


    Have your say on the renewal of Muddy Creek. 

    Read our latest community newsletter, available in the document library for more information about the stormwater channel and naturalisation. 


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