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Lake Victoria Annual Report 2009-10

Lake Victoria is a naturally occurring shallow freshwater lake approximately 60 kilometres downstream of the Murray-Darling Junction in south-western New South Wales, close to the South Australian and Victorian borders. Since 1928, Lake Victoria has been operated by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) as a regulated, off-river storage as part of the River Murray System, and plays an extremely important role in water supply regulation.

Published: 31 Mar 2011  •   MDBA reports