Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority


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How do I move around the map?

Locations are marked on the map to provide landmarks as you go along on your journey.

You can move around the map in any of three ways:

  • Click the N E S W compass points around the edge of the map.
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  • inset mapClick the inset map on the top right of the screen to click your way down the catchment.
How do I switch between map types?

inset mapTo alternate between map types, click either of these icons on the top right-hand side.

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To close an article, click the 'X' in the top-right of the article area, or click on another pin on the map, or navigate to another point on the map.

The text on the site is too small for me to read. What can I do?

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Is there a text-only version of the site I can use?

Yes there is! Click here to access the text-only version of the website.

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