Monday, 6 July 2015

Map of Australia showing groundwater bore locations around the country - illustrative only, unable to see specific details.
Groundwater bores (black) and those with water level data (blue) in Australian Groundwater Explorer

The Australian Groundwater Explorer now shows a truly national picture of groundwater levels with more than 55 000 bores containing water level data.

The Explorer also contains updated bore and bore-log data from the National Groundwater Information System (NGIS).

Read more about our groundwater resources.

Climate Resilient Water Sources webpage screenshot

A new online tool provides a comprehensive national picture of recycled and desalinated water sources around Australia.

Climate resilient water sources like recycled and desalinated water play an important role in increasing water security, by reducing the impacts of variation in rainfall and temperature, or long-term drought, on water availability.

Read more about the new tool to support water security.

Friday, 27 March 2015

Photo of the Daly River, Northern Territory (copyright Water Resources NT)
Daly River, Northern Territory (Water Resources NT)

The Bureau of Meteorology has released all nine regions of its annual National Water Account. Reports for the Adelaide, Canberra, Daly, Melbourne, Murray–Darling Basin, Ord, Perth, South East Queensland, and Sydney regions are now online, along with a video summary.

Read more about National Water Account 2014.

Map of Australia showing orange and blue dots to indicate likely streamflow conditions for next three months. Visit for forecast details.
Summary of likely streamflow for March–May 2015.

We now provide Seasonal Streamflow Forecasts at 101 locations around Australia—and we've got plenty more being tested for release in coming months.

Read more about 101 seasonal streamflow forecast locations.

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

A new Geofabric monitoring point data package is available to help you use monitoring point features in Version 2.1.1.

Read more about Developing the Geofabric.

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