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Journalists can contact the MDBA media team by calling 02 6279 0141 or emailing media@mdba.gov.au.

We are a small media team and do not monitor emails after hours (including weekends). For urgent issues please call 0407 054 234.

23 June 2021 Media centre

MDBA and Petaurus Education Group to deepen water knowledge among Sun...

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is partnering with an award-winning educational organisation to help Sunraysia students investigate the...

23 June 2021 Media centre

MDBA and Petaurus Education Group to deepen water knowledge among Murr...

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is partnering with an award-winning educational organisation to help Murray Bridge students investigate the...

17 June 2021 Media centre

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...

11 June 2021 Media centre

Basin Officials Committee Communique – 11 June 2021 – Out of the BOCs

The Basin Officials Committee (BOC) met on 9 June 2021 with most Committee members being on Wiradjuri Country, in Griffith, New South Wales. The BOC...

09 June 2021 Media centre

Late frosts and erosion amongst the key climate risks facing the Murra...

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

09 June 2021 Media centre

Caring for Culture and Country under spotlight at River reflections co...

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...

08 June 2021 Media centre

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...

04 June 2021 Media centre

Water metering in the Basin is improving, but has a long way to go

The Compliance Compact between Basin states to improve public confidence in water management has served its initial purpose well. However, a report...

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Read how #Dharriwaa Traditional Owners are teaching their youth to monitor and harvest the lakes’ bounty as they meet at the lakes and share their Dreaming Stories. https://t.co/ARJ9LfuuDw #NAIDOC2022 #MurrayDarlingBasin #FirstNations @DCCEEW https://t.co/M2DqYw5hwv

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In recognition of #NAIDOC2022 Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! this week we are sharing stories of #FirstNations on country in the #MurrayDarling Basin, looking after land and waters. our newsroom to read more https://t.co/CCiZ6FJXtW https://t.co/iJYzlajXfE

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