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Extra water releases from Menindee Lakes cease this week

The amount of water released into the Lower Darling River from the Menindee Lakes has been reduced to 500 megalitres per day, marking the end of the water order made by the Murray–Darling Basin...

Caring for Culture and Country under spotlight at River reflections conference

The importance of Gayini (Nari Nari word for water) and land to First Nations people across the Murray–Darling Basin was a feature presentation in this week's River reflections annual water...

Late frosts and erosion amongst the key climate risks facing the Murray-Darling Basin

Delegates at the River reflections annual water conference today have heard about the increased risks to agriculture and water infrastructure due to climate change.

Communiques

Murray–Darling Basin Authority Communique

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority met on 7 and 8 June 2021 on Wiradjuri Country in Griffith, New South Wales. All members were present and the meeting was chaired by Sir Angus Houston.

Murray–Darling Basin Authority Communique

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority met on 5 and 6 May 2021. All members were present except Phillip Glyde who was represented by Acting Chief Executive, Andrew Reynolds.

Murray–Darling Basin Authority Communique

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority met on 22 April 2021. All members were present except Phillip Glyde who was represented by Acting Chief Executive, Andrew Reynolds. The meeting was chaired by Sir...