The Usage dashboard is an initiative by NSW Department of Industry to bring greater transparency to the water markets participants in relation to information on water usage by licence holders. This dashboard displays metered water usage for all regulated rivers, Barwon-Darling river (unregulated river) and Major Alluvial groundwater sources. The tabs within this dashboard are:
- Regulated Basin
- Regulated Water Source
- Regulated River Section
- Regulated River Licence Category
- Regulated River - Monthly
- Regulated River - Daily
This dashboard is presented in Tableau to enable user interaction and allow customisation of report to suit the user’s needs.
Despite all endeavours to ensure that the data used to produce this dashboard is timely and accurate, NSW Department of Industry accepts no liability resulting from the use of information contained in this dashboard. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that the use of information in this dashboard is appropriate for the user’s intended purpose.
Currently, NSW Department of Industry updates this dashboard weekly. The date of update is shown on the first page of the dashboard. The underlying data on the dashboard can be downloaded by clicking the download icon link in the lower right corner of the toolbar. Users should also read the explanatory notes below the dashboard before relying on this dashboard.
Other information dashboards that the Department has published can be found here:
Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is based on knowledge and understanding at the time of writing and may not be accurate, current or complete. The State of New South Wales (including the NSW Department of Industry), the author and the publisher take no responsibility, and will accept no liability, for the accuracy, currency, reliability or correctness of any information included in the dashboard (including material provided by third parties). Readers should make their own inquiries and rely on their own advice when making decisions related to material contained in this publication.
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