Improving water information

Water in Australia 2018–19, the National Water Account 2019 and the Australian Water Markets Report 2018–19 include important contextual data and analysis to inform the work of the Bureau's core customers in the water, infrastructure planning, environment, and agricultural sectors.

Read the reports here: Water in Australia 2018–19, the National Water Account 2019 and the Australian Water Markets Report 2018–19.

Water reporting summaries for MDB catchments

Water Reporting Summaries

Our Water Reporting Summaries provide an up-to-date overview of what water is stored and allocated in catchments in the southern Murray-Darling Basin.
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Lake Argyle on the Ord River, Western Australia

National Water Account 2020

The National Water Account contains water accounting reports for eleven nationally significant regions. It provides information on water stores and flows, water rights and water use.
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Water, reeds and palm trees at Bitter Springs in the Northern Territory—a groundwater-dependent ecosystem.

Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Atlas

Many natural systems need groundwater for their health, including rivers, wetlands and springs, vegetation, and caves. Find out where these sensitive ecosystems are around Australia.
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BOM Water Storage

BOM Water Storage

Check out our new app for iPhone and Android. Compare water levels and volumes for more than 300 publicly owned lakes, reservoirs and weirs around Australia. Daily updates, interactive graphs, improved search function and much more.
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