Hopes algal bloom will recede after Curdies estuary opened by CCMA and Parks Victoria

Ben Silvester
By Ben Silvester
Updated June 22 2022 - 10:28am, first published 6:00am
Slimed: Heytebury District Landcare Network coordinator Geoff Rollinson kneels in front of the green, sludge-like remnants of the blue green algae infestation after water levels receded with the opening of the Curdies estuary. Picture: Morgan Hancock

The Curdies River estuary has been artificially opened, flushing tens of thousands of litres of algae-infested water into the ocean and bringing the waterway closer to overcoming the devastating three-month algal bloom.

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