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The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is committed to providing water management information for communities and industries across the Murray–Darling Basin.

MDBA webinars focus on different aspects of water management and river operations across the Basin.

Recent webinar: 2022 SDLAM Assurance report findings

We are pleased to provide the webinar recording – you can now tune in and catch up on the session, at a time that suits you.

Related links

Check out the following links which provide further information about some of the topics included in the webinar.


If you have any questions about any of the information in the webinar please drop us a line here, and we’ll get back to you.

Next webinar: Watch this space

Keep an eye on this webpage and follow the MDBA on Facebook and Twitter to make sure you don’t miss the announcement of the next webinar topic and details. You can subscribe for any updates by signing up below.

Town of Dareton in New South Wales with River Murray channel. Image credit Michael Bell.
Town of Dareton in New South Wales with River Murray channel. Image credit Michael Bell.

Past webinars

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Privacy collection notice

All personal information collected by the Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is protected by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the Privacy Act). In this case, personal information, specifically your name and email address, will be collected by MDBA to enable your participation in our webinar series relating to aspects of water management and river operations. Unfortunately, if you do not provide this information you will be unable to participate in the webinars. The MDBA will not use this personal information for any other purpose and the MDBA will not disclose your personal information to any third party or any overseas recipient. The MDBA’s Privacy Policy explains the way the MDBA protects your personal information and contains information about how you may access or correct your personal information held by us. The Privacy Policy also contains information on how you can complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how the MDBA will deal with such a complaint. A copy of the Privacy Policy can be found at or by requesting a copy from the MDBA by emailing You can also phone the Privacy Officer on (02) 6279 0100.

Updated: 23 Nov 2022