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SA River Murray allocations again set to open at 100 per cent
17 April 2023

For the second successive year, water allocations for South Australian River Murray irrigators are projected to open at 100 per cent.

South Australians head outdoors for Easter with campground bookings continuing to rise
04 April 2023

South Australians continue to show their love of the outdoors with campground bookings for the upcoming Easter break already reaching 80 to 100 per cent capacity at many of our most popular sites.

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.