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Murrumbidgee valley

The Murrumbidgee river is one of Australia’s most regulated river systems, which poses some unique challenges and opportunities for the management of environment flows in the catchment.

Covering an area of 81,527 square kilometres, the catchment includes 26 storage or diversion structures, along with a 1690-kilometre stretch of the river, and surrounding wetlands.

Page last updated: 09 July 2015