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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

National map of probability of exceeding median rainfall
National map of probability of exceeding median rainfall

A wetter than usual October–December 2011 is favoured over northern Australia and western parts of Western Australia, while drier times are expected over Tasmania and southern Victoria according to the Bureau's seasonal rainfall outlook.

Read more about Wetter season favoured for northern Australia.


Thursday, 8 September 2011

Water Accounting Consultation Paper

Cover of the Assurance Engagements for General Purpose Water Accounting Report
Assurance Engagements for General Purpose Water Accounting Report

The Auditing and Assurance Standards Board and the Water Accounting Standards Board have issued a joint consultation paper: Assurance Engagements for General Purpose Water Accounting Report . Input is sought from stakeholders in relation to the development of a standard for assurance engagements on general purpose water accounting reports.

Read about the consultation paper


National map of probability of exceeding median rainfall
National map of probability of exceeding median rainfall

The Bureau's national climate outlook for spring (September–November) shows that it is likely to be wetter than normal over southwestern Western Australia and southwest Queensland, while drier conditions are expected through parts of southern Australia.

Read more about Mixed rainfall predictions for spring.


National Water Account 2010 webpage
National Water Account 2010 webpage

The National Water Account provides a picture of water resources and how they are managed for a selection of nationally significant regions. Reports for six of the eight National Water Account 2010 regions are now available.

Read more about Six National Water Account 2010 reports available.


Location map of the major reservoirs within the Perth region
Location map of the major reservoirs within the Perth region

Water for metropolitan Perth comes from three primary sources – reservoirs, aquifers and desalinated water. Rainfall over the Perth region was well below average in 2009-10, restricting the amount of water available from reservoirs and aquifers for urban water supply. Alternative water resources, such as seawater desalination and water recycling, are increasingly being used.

Further information about Perth's water resources, land use and water-related infrastructure is included in the National Water Account 2010.

Read more about Perth water - at a glance.


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