Fyshwick catchment

BPP ID Suburb Project Description Status
FW001FyshwickRain garden, Gladstone Street: Two treatment options (a gross pollutant trap and a rain garden) will remove pollutants and sediment from the water before it flows into the Molonglo River, which, in turn, feeds into Lake Burley Griffin.In design phase
FW012KingstonWetland, Eyre Street, adjacent to Jerrabomberra Creek: Water from Jerrabomberra Creek will be diverted to a new wetland before returning to the creek. The existing networks of walking tracks that run through the Jerrabomberra Wetlands have been incorporated into the design.In design phase
FW019NarrabundahWetland and potential stormwater use, Matina Street, south of Mill Creek Oval: A new wetland will take advantage of open space between Matina Street and the Monaro Highway. Low flows from Jerrabomberra Creek will be diverted to the wetland before returning to the waterway, while high flows will bypass the wetland and continue along the existing creekline. The wetland will be a valuable recreational space for the local community.In design phase
FW020SymonstonPond, Jerrabomberra Creek, corner of Hindmarsh Drive and Monaro Highway: The storage capacity of the existing pond will be increased to enable more stormwater to be treated before being returned to the creek.in design phase
FW021SymonstonPond adjacent to Jerrabomberra Creek, between Bonshaw Road and Payenda Circuit: The existing pond adjacent to Jerrabomberra Creek (in the open space between Lanyon Drive and Hindmarsh Drive) will be enlarged and connected to the creek. This will increase the storage capacity of the pond and enable more stormwater to be treated before it returns to the creek.in design phase
FW025FyshwickChannel reconnection, Jerrabomberra Wetlands, Dairy Road: A channel on Jerrabomberra Creek will be rehabilitated to create a new wetland. This will help improve water quality in the creek and add to the amenity and ecology of what is a highly modified part of the Jerrabomberra Wetlands. In design phase