Murray-Lower Darling Long Term Water Plan

Reed Beds wetland and key colonial waterbird breeding area in Millewa forest (Murray Valley National Park). Photo: Vince Bucello

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is seeking feedback from the public on the Murray-Lower Darling Long Term Water Plan.

The draft plan acknowledges the diverse range of human values and uses connected to local rivers and wetlands and the important ecological values of the region.

It identifies the strategies for water use that will allow this system to survive and thrive into the future, setting out a series of 5, 10 and 20-year objectives to maintain and enhance the health of local rivers and wetlands.

Consultation for the Murray-Lower Darling Long Term Water Plan (LTWP) is being undertaken in conjunction with exhibition of the Murray-Lower Darling Water Resource Plan being conducted by DPIE - Water. DPIE - EES will participate in DPIE - Water coordinated public meetings as referenced in their Have Your Say Page.

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is seeking feedback from the public on the Murray-Lower Darling Long Term Water Plan.

The draft plan acknowledges the diverse range of human values and uses connected to local rivers and wetlands and the important ecological values of the region.

It identifies the strategies for water use that will allow this system to survive and thrive into the future, setting out a series of 5, 10 and 20-year objectives to maintain and enhance the health of local rivers and wetlands.

Consultation for the Murray-Lower Darling Long Term Water Plan (LTWP) is being undertaken in conjunction with exhibition of the Murray-Lower Darling Water Resource Plan being conducted by DPIE - Water. DPIE - EES will participate in DPIE - Water coordinated public meetings as referenced in their Have Your Say Page.