New South Wales
NSW Murray GS: No change – still 0%. Current shortfall in conveyance & environmental licence of 75GL, after which considerations will be made for next seasons high priority needs.
Murrumbidgee: No change- still 7%. Resource improvements will go towards next seasons high priority needs, which there is currently a 178GL shortfall for.
Lachlan GS remains unchanged at 0% with 225GL needed before improvements can be expected.
Murray HR increases to 90%
Gouburn HR increases to 85%
Broken HR increases to 20%
14th November 2018
Lower and Upper Namoi General Security holders are now restricted to 85% of the water held in their accounts as of the 5th of November
13th November 2018
No changes to Macquarie GS at this time as the system continues to experience a new record low inflow for Burrendong Dam; Inflows to the dam since the last water allocation in August 2017 total about 38,000
megalitres (ML). This is only a quarter of the previous record low inflow, which was about
144,000 ML for the 15 months to the end of October. To read the full allocation statement click here
8th November 2018
Gwydir General Security remains unchanged at 0%. To read the full allocation announcement click here
1st November 2018
New South Wales
Murrumbidgee General Security remains unchanged at 7%. To read the full allocation announcement click here
There has been a small improvement in NSW Murray regulated river resources which has
been mostly allocated to the Conveyance licence category. Allocations for all other
entitlements remain unchanged. To read the full allocation announcement click here
The Murray system moves from 84 per cent of high-reliability water shares (HRWS) to 89 per cent HRWS.
The Goulburn system and the Loddon system increase from 77 per cent HRWS to 82 per cent HRWS.
The seasonal determination in the Broken system increases from 14 per cent HRWS to 17 per cent HRWS.
The Campaspe system remains at 100 per cent HRWS and the Bullarook system remains at 100 per cent HRWS and 100 per cent of low‑reliability water shares (LRWS).
Click here to read the Victoria Current Water Determination announcement