Latest Total Storage - Menindee Lakes
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Sunday, 03 January
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Water arrives in the Menindee Lakes. ... 12 March 2020. The parched and cracked Menindee Lakes in Western New South Wales are rejoicing after the first major river flow since 2016 wet soil that has been dry for
Blue-green algae Red Alert for Lake Wetherell Site 3, upstream from Menindee. ... 27 November 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell Site 3 upstream from the Menindee Lakes.
23 July 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell, upstream from Menindee. ... Boiling the water will not remove algal toxins. Lake Wetherell is located upstream from Menindee
09 September 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell, upstream from Menindee. ... Lake Wetherell is located upstream from Menindee and water users should apply caution and
With estimates now predicting Menindee lakes could receive between 290-355 gigalitres (GL) in the weeks ahead, exceeding what can be stored in Lake Wetherell, WaterNSW has commenced the transfer of ... The Barwon-Darling River reached Menindee lakes on
10 January 2019. Northern NSW river systems which feed the Barwon-Darling system and then Menindee lakes, can expect an average of approximately 4000 gigalitres (GL) of annual inflows according to ... In 2016-17 the flows from the northern rivers
Blue green algae Red Alert warning lifted at Lake Wetherell. ... 24 September 2019. The high-level algal warning (Red Alert) that was in place at Lake Wetherell (Sites 1 and 4), near Menindee, has been lifted.
The section 324 order comes into effect today and applies to the Darling River between the Culgoa confluence upstream of Bourke, and Lake Wetherell in the Menindee lakes system in the
Days of heavy storm events across wide areas of the Namoi and Gwydir valleys in particular have resulted in flows with the potential to reach the Menindee lakes system and Wentworth
The extended section 324 order means that the temporary pump restriction now applies to the Barwon-Darling river system from Mungindi to Lake Wetherell near Menindee, from Wednesday, 8 May. ... And with flows likely to continue from the Warrego for up to