In this section
Murray-Darling Basin overview
The Murray-Darling Basin Plan aims to share water sustainably for the long-term health of the environment, community and industry.
What is the Murray-Darling Basin Plan?
The Murray Darling Basin Plan is a partnership that shares water between all users and the environment in a sustainable way.
In northern Victoria, waterways in the Murray-Darling Basin provide many environmental, economic, cultural, and social benefits for Victorian communities.
Social and economic impacts of the Basin Plan in Victoria
Understanding how irrigators and communities in Victoria have been impacted by Murray-Darling Basin Plan water recovery.
The Living Murray
Working in partnership to improve the condition and reconnect some of Victoria's most important wetlands environments to the Murray River
Basin water quality and salinity management
Victoria has been working with local communities for almost 30 years to manage and reduce salinity in the rivers and catchments of the Murray-Darling Basin.
Commonwealth Off-farm Efficiency Program
Funding additional water recovery without negative socio-economic impacts
Long-term diversion limit equivalent factors
LTDLE factors are a water accounting tool used to measure how much water has been recovered for the environment.
Sustainable diversion limits
Understand how sustainable diversion limits work and how the actual take and permitted take are determined.
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A summary of the Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project and projects aimed at operational rule changes.
A summary of the reports that demonstrate our progress on delivering a healthy, working Basin.
Water resource plans
Outline of Victoria’s Water Resource Plans under the Murray-Darling Basin Plan with links to relevant documents.
Victorian Constraints Measures Program
Read about each stage of the Victorian Constraints Measures Program and its rationale.