Water resource plans
Water resource plans are a key requirement of the Commonwealth Basin Plan 2012.
There are 20 water resource plans required to be developed in NSW and each plan varies in the number of resources, their level of development, number of environmental assets, and geography affecting the way the rivers are run in each area.
Water Resource Plans - status
Have your say on water resource plans currently open to public feedback.
A series of fact sheets have been developed to help the community provide informed feedback on the various elements of the water resource plans.
Read about the process involved in developing water resource plans and download a roadmap which shows how the plans will be developed.
LTDLE (CAP) factors
Read about the LTDLE factors, an accounting tool to keep track of how much water has been recovered for the environment as required under the Murray–Darling Basin Plan.
Water Resource Plans issues papers
Read previous Water Resource Plan status and issues papers.
Stakeholder Advisory Panels
Read about how we undertake stakeholder and community consultation in developing water resource plans.