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Read the latest news about the River Murray.

River Murray latest news

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Environmental benefits of River Murray flood are beginning to emerge
27 March 2023

The sound of the musical eastern banjo frog ringing out across the Pike floodplain is among the incredible sights and sounds ecologists are observing as floodwaters recede throughout the Murraylands, Riverland and Lower Lakes.

Scientists head to River Murray to study environmental impacts of flood
08 March 2023

Scientists have launched a series of research projects to determine how River Murray environments are responding to the once-in-a-generation flood.

Pitch in for Riverland national parks on Clean Up Australia Day
23 February 2023

The National Parks and Wildlife Service is calling for volunteers to help clear rubbish in flood-affected Riverland national parks this Clean Up Australia Day.

Communities urged to remain vigilant as peak flow makes its way through SA
29 December 2022

River Murray communities are being urged to remain vigilant as the flood peak passes Renmark and Berri.

River Murray expected to peak in SA in coming days
22 December 2022

The River Murray flood peak is expected to reach Renmark in the next few days and Berri and potentially Loxton by this time next week.

River Murray flows remain consistent
15 December 2022

Today’s River Murray flow update shows the floodwater peak is still due in Renmark around the end of December and forecasts remain between 190 and 220 gigalitres a day, consistent with previous projections.