Supporting technical reports

The Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy provides a blueprint to progress mine rehabilitation planning and activities and achieve safe, stable and sustainable landforms that support the next land use.

This page provides links to access several of the technical reports prepared as part of the Latrobe Regional Rehabilitation Strategy and that have underpinned the development of the final Strategy.

Reports

Environmental Flow Recommendations Study - this study was undertaken by the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority to understand the minimum environmental flows requirements for the Latrobe system
LVRRS - Environmental Flow Recommendations Study (PDF, 9.5 MB)

Climate Change Projections - the purpose of this study was to understand potential changes to water availability as a result of climate change and long-term climate variability
LVRRS - Climate Change Projections (PDF, 983.9 KB)

Latrobe System Water Availability - report documents the assumptions, tools and methods used to estimate current water availability in the Latrobe System. It also projects water availability for a range of potential future climate and water use scenarios.
LVRRS - Latrobe System Water Availability Technical Report (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Latrobe Valley Draft Preliminary Land Use Vision - This report establishes a strategic land use vision for the mine sites and surrounding land, and identifies opportunities for land use change associated with rehabilitation.
LVRRS - Latrobe Valley Draft Preliminary Land Use Vision (PDF, 1.8 MB)

Consultation report for the Draft Preliminary Land Use Vision - This report summarises findings from the public consultation on the Draft Preliminary Land Use Vision.
LVRRS - Draft Preliminary Land Use Vision (PDF 0.9 MB)

Latrobe Valley Social History - Celebrating and recognising Latrobe Valley's history and heritage - This study documents the history of the Latrobe Valley region, exploring how the setting has been historically experienced by local communities and how local sense of identity has been formed.
Latrobe Valley Social History (PDF 7.5 MB)

Page last updated: 07 Jul 2020