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Read the latest news about the River Murray.

River Murray latest news

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Flood reinforcements arrive as flows likely to increase to 185 GL/day in second surge
24 November 2022

Four kilometres of DefenCell flood barriers will arrive in Adelaide today on an urgent air freight from Italy to be deployed around vital infrastructure in flood affected areas.

Higher flows of 175 gigalitres expected as flood preparations continue
17 November 2022

New data shows the predicted River Murray flow levels into South Australia have increased to at least 175 gigalitres per day by December due to ongoing rain throughout the Murray Darling Basin in the past week.

Take care in Murraylands and Riverland parks
11 November 2022

Visitors to river-based Riverland and Murraylands parks are urged to keep updated on current closures to numerous roads and tracks, and campsites.

Revised River Murray peak flow projections continue to grow with 165GL a day now expected
10 November 2022

The State Government has again revised up predicted River Murray flows with new data showing that at least 165 gigalitres a day is now expected to flow down the river in South Australia from early December, similar to the 1975 flood levels.

River Murray peak flow projections raised to 150GL a day as communities urged to prepare
08 November 2022

River Murray peak flow projections have again increased to at least 150 gigalitres a day based on new advice provided to the State Government.

River Murray flow forecasts unchanged
03 November 2022

The latest advice received by the Government is that the River Murray peak flow projection remains at 135 gigalitres (GL) per day, however the duration of the high flow event is likely to be longer than initially expected.