Environmental water plays a vital role in ensuring native fish can complete their lifecycles. However, natural flows are the key as they provide the necessary volumes of water required to trigger fish breeding, maintain habitat, fill the Menindee Lakes and connect them to the Murray River.
Native fish of the Darling River
Managing water for fish and connectivity
The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is managing environmental flows that allow native fish to move from the Menindee Lakes into the Murray River via the lower Darling and Darling Anabranch.
- 1 May 2017
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- ISBN 978-1-76039-767-8
- ID OEH20170197
- File PDF 0.6MB
- Pages 2
- Name factsheet-native-fish-darling-river-170197.pdf
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