Strathfield Council is committed to improving the health of the Cooks River Catchment and local waterways as a member of the Cooks River Alliance.

This Cooks River Alliance survey is to help guide the Cooks River Catchment Coastal Management Program (CMP). We want to understand what you value about the Cooks River and Botany Bay areas, their tributaries, and wetlands. It will help us plan well for works and services along the river and in the catchments.

Tell us about:

  • the waterway places you value and what you value there.
  • the things to change and improve in and around the waterways.
  • the most important things for future catchment management.

In 2019, the Cooks River Alliance partners, Sydney Water and the City of Sydney, with catchment community groups, completed the CMP’s Stage 1 Scoping Study.

In Stage 2, we are doing detailed studies to ensure that we have the right information to deliver actions that support people, places and the environment in the Cooks River Catchment and Botany.


Have Your Say!

Community Consultation for this project is now closed. Council would like to thank those who took the time to submit their valued feedback for consideration.

Frequently Asked Questions

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    Consultation period opens

    Friday 30 July 2021

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    Consultation period ends

    Sunday 5 September 2021, 11.59pm

Key Dates

  • Consultation start date: Friday 30 July 2021
  • Consultation end date: Sunday 5 September 2021, 11.59pm
  • Prize winners notified: Friday 10 September 2021


The Cooks River Alliance is a partnership of Bayside, Canterbury-Bankstown, Bayside, Inner West and Strathfield councils, and Sydney Water.

Contact Details

This project is managed by the Cooks River Alliance.

Should you have questions regarding this project, please contact:

Thomas Sinclair – Acting Executive Officer

Cooks River Alliance

Phone: 9707 5723

Email: info@cooksriver.org.au