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The MDBA is committed to providing water management information for communities and industries across the Murray–Darling Basin. The MDBA webinar series focuses on different aspects of water management and river operations across the Basin.

Rivers across the Basin are managed to ensure water resources are used as efficiently as possible for the benefit of all. Every catchment is different, and is governed by rules and policies that aim to meet the needs of all users along the river.

The management of water resources in the Basin is a partnership between the Australian Government, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory.

Join us for the next webinar in the series

The MDBA is hosting a webinar on: Water quality in the Basin

Good water quality is vital to ensure the Murray–Darling Basin’s water is suitable for drinking, agriculture, recreation and the environment. Water management and land-use practices, as well as natural processes, affect water quality in this large and complex river system.

We have seen increasing issues with water quality in the Basin due to drought and bushfires in recent years and climate change may further compound these impacts.

This webinar will look at the range of water quality issues including blue-green algae, blackwater and salinity how and where they can be managed.

  • Date: Tuesday, 20 April 2021
  • Time: 10 am (AEST)
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Cost: Free

To save the date please download the Microsoft Teams invite, or you can join on the day by clicking the image below.

All webinars are recorded and past webinars appear in the library below so you can view them at a time convenient to you.

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Updated: 09 Apr 2021