Aquamonix installs remote community warning stations in Papua New Guinea!

Aquamonix staff recently completed a site inspection and radio communications survey for river level warning stations in a remote area of Papua New Guinea!



The stations will provide advanced warning for downstream villages and site personnel in the event of rapid river rises and flooding events.  A large multidisciplinary team is working together to ensure accurate data collection, manage logistics and support local community involvement.


Aquamonix Engineer Craig Bates and helicopter transport at a remote river site


Technical Support capability improved

Flowmeter tech support capability

Flood Warning System

Flood Warning Siren System for Dungog Shire Council

G’day from Greenspan

NSW Water Reform Action Plan

NSW Government’s Water Reform Action Plan