NSW Government's Water Reform Action Plan
Water is one of our most valuable natural assets. The NSW Government has developed a Water Reform Action Plan to ensure that
- we deliver on our responsibility to the people of NSW
- we have an equitable and transparent approach to the management of our water for future generations.
NSW remains committed to the Murray Darling Basin Plan and ensuring it is delivered in a way that balances economic, environmental and socio-economic concerns.
Download the NSW Water Reform Action Plan.
Read about the four goals that provide the framework for our action plan and download our activity reports
Community feedback was sought on water management, measurement and metering, transparency measures and floodplain harvesting consultation papers.
We have a developed a Stakeholder and Community Engagement Policy to help guide and maximise our engagement for all parties.
Who manages NSW water
Find out who's who in NSW water management at federal and state levels.
An overview of key projects that are helping to ensure a sustainable water future for NSW.
Water Pilot Technology
This program will develop new technologies to assist with water regulation, and ensure compliance and better protection of environmental water in the state’s river systems.
An Intergovernmental Working Group was established in February 2018 to develop options on how the NSW Government can deliver on its commitment to better manage environmental water.