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Sea to Hume Dam paper

As part of a broader program to restore health to the pre-existing biodiversity of the Murray, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority is restoring fish passage along the Murray River from the sea to Hume Dam. This represents a distance of 2,225 kilometres and involves the design, construction, testing and evaluation of fishways at 12 weirs and five barrages along the main stem of the Murray.

Published: 01 Jan 2009  •   MDBA reports