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01 July 2022 Basin stories

Breeding program underway to save endangered Aussie frog

Scientists and volunteers are working together to re-establish the southern bell frog in South Australia's Lower Lakes.

27 June 2022 Basin stories

New technology helping rice growers use less water

New telecommunications tools are changing the way Australian rice is grown

01 June 2022 Media centre

Murray–Darling Basin communities could reap rewards of post-Covid popu...

Regional communities and food producers within the Murray–Darling Basin could reap significant rewards in the post-Covid world, a leading demographer...

16 March 2022 News and updates

Algae farming in Goondiwindi goes from strength to strength

Water, sunlight, and clean air – did you know Goondiwindi has the perfect environment for growing ocean microalgae? This week MDBA Chair Sir Angus...

11 March 2022 News and updates

Microbats under the microscope

Microbats are often not seen or heard, but there are thousands of them in the Mallee bush and when habitat like the Hattah Lakes are in good health,...

22 February 2022 News and updates

Water research kicks off

A solid foundation for building Basin science, based on collaboration and co-design, is detailed in the Water and Environment Research Program’s (MD–...

17 February 2022 News and updates

Water Information Portal update provides better user information

The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) has added new features to the Murray–Darling Basin Water Information Portal, providing greater transparency and...

20 January 2022 News and updates

$66m modelling upgrades to bring better Basin information

The Australian Government’s $66 million river modelling investment will help water managers make timelier, more reliable and transparent water...

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