Check the water quality for over 100 popular swim spots before you get in, to keep you and your whānau safe.
News & events
Environment Canterbury is implementing an interim solution to respond to the Government’s review of Overseer. Find out how this may affect you.
Canterbury's regional parks are a great place to go to relax and engage in recreational pursuits.
Two swimming sites at Hurunui and Waiau River will be unavailable this summer due to high flows filling in the swimming holes.
This year's Love Our Lakes campaign is underway, with a reminder Boating About? Don't Get Caught Out.
Here are the best swimming spots in North Canterbury at the start of the 2021/22 season. Visit the LAWA website for up-to-date information.
When you’re heading to the beach, local river or lake to swim this summer, don’t forget to look out for water quality information.
Come along to the Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee's field trip on 1 December.
Council adopts the recommendations of the independent hearing commissioners on Plan Change 7 and Plan Change 2.
It's important for the rural community to understand what the Essential Freshwater package will mean for them. We are here to help.
A collaborative project aims to enhance the habitat of native fish species, improve water quality and increase community involvement for Cashmere stream.
Hear from Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard, who explores water quality in the zone.