NRAR's routine monitoring program
In a move to increase its capacity to promote compliance, engage with the water community and to expand its presence in regional NSW, The Natural Resource Access Regulator (NRAR) has put more boots on the ground in Tamworth, Dubbo and Deniliquin.
Our routine monitoring officers will meet water users on their properties across the state to gather data and assess their levels of compliance, to better understand reasons for non-compliance – whether wilful or accidental.
NRAR is an independent regulator established under the NSW Natural Resource Access Regulator Act 2017, and its current regulatory focus is water regulation – including the prevention, detection and halting of unlawful water activities.
Routine monitoring campaign map
Over the next 12 months, NRAR’s routine monitoring program will enable us to visit three times as many properties as we did in the 2019-20 financial year. Follow our progress by viewing the map below.
Visit NRAR’s routine monitoring program fact sheet for more information and check out the video below.