The Catchment Management Authorities in Victoria (CMAs) have developed comprehensive natural resource management plans (the Regional Catchment Strategy) to guide future investment and activity in a strategic and deliberate manner. Central to these plans are themed based catchment targets (Resource Condition Targets) aligned to the aspirational statements of desired states of catchment health and Management Action Targets (MATs) that articulate the vehicle for achieving the Resource Condition Targets (RCT’s). This project included an audit of the progress towards four Resource Condition Targets (RCT’s) within the Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy which have been selected by the Corangamite CMA. These have been selected out of approximately 50 RCT’s which focus on a selection of disciplines across the asset threat framework. The key driver for the audit was to assess whether there are logical causal relationships between management actions and resource condition change required to meet the RCT’s. In doing so, this audit provides the opportunity for identification of deficiencies and changes in management responses prior to renewal of the Corangamite RCS.