The Coalition Government continues to support the Murray-Darling Basin plan with over $129 million committed to New South Wales, Victorian and South Australian governments for projects that will improve water infrastructure in local communities.
The Liberal Nationals Government $15 million funding to restore degraded riverbanks, improve native fish health and support livestock safety along parts of the Murray-Darling Basin is now being rolled out in New South Wales and Queensland.
Australia and India will deepen policy and technical cooperation to improve water management and sustainable economic development through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) announced on Water Resources Management.
The Morrison Government has welcomed the findings of a Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) study that has identified the enormous economic potential of the Northern Australian forestry and forest products industry.
The Interim Inspector-General of Murray-Darling Basin Water Resources Mick Keelty has presented his report into water sharing arrangements in the southern Basin to the Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt