Queensland Water Modelling Network

*NEW* Outcome of the 2022 QWMN RDI Tender

The QWMN is pleased to announce the following projects and consortia have been funded under the 2022 QWMN RDI Tender:

  • Building trust and enhancing dialogue and collaboration in water modelling using animation – The University of Queensland, Ecofutures Consulting, Healthy Land and Water, Yirendali Aboriginal Corporation, Alluvium Consulting, Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology, Department of Environment and Science.
  • Eco-nomics for NRM planning and reporting – Truii and Southern Queensland Landscapes
  • Improving the flood resilience of a tropical urban catchment – James Cook University, Cairns Regional Council, Gimuy Walubara Yidinji Elders Aboriginal Corporation and Abriculture.
  • Modelling Unseen flow pathways of water and contaminants in the Wet Tropics – James Cook University, Alluvium, Jaragun Ecoservices, Department of Resources, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
  • New catchment models for SEQ – Alluvium Consulting, BMT Commercial Australia, Griffith University
  • Trialling customisation of a water quality model in an ungauged catchment for DIN – University of Southern Queensland, Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee and the Department of Environment and Science.  

Further information is available on the QWMN Programs and projects page.

  • The three key streams of work for the Queensland Water Modelling Network.

  • Read more information about the programs and projects of the Queensland Water Modelling Network.

  • Various publications on the Queensland Water Modelling Network objectives, themes and governance structure, and a summary description of activities to date.

  • Information on our objectives and improving the state’s capacity to model and manage its surface and ground water resources through a collaborative, sector-wide network approach.