Water Resource Plans - status

Murray–Darling junction, Wentworth. Image courtesy of Destination NSW.

The NSW Government has committed to delivering its obligations under the Murray–Darling Basin Plan, and is developing 20 water resource plans (WRP) across the state.

The list of water resource plans and their status is below.

To find out about upcoming and previous engagement including water resource plans, visit stakeholder engagement.

Stages of a Water Resource Plan

Public exhibition - pending, on exhibition, closed
Commonwealth accreditation - pending, submitted, accredited

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Water Resource Plan Public exhibition stage Commonwealth accreditation stage
Barwon-Darling watercourseClosedSubmitted
Darling AlluviumClosed Submitted
Gwydir Alluvium Closed Submitted
Gwydir surface water Closed Submitted
Intersecting Streams surface waterClosedSubmitted
Lachlan Alluvium Closed Submitted
Lachlan surface water Closed Submitted
Macquarie-Castlereagh Alluvium Closed Submitted
Macquarie-Castlereagh surface water Closed Submitted
Murray AlluviumClosedSubmitted
NSW Murray and Lower Darling surface waterClosedSubmitted
Murrumbidgee Alluvium Closed Submitted
Murrumbidgee surface water ClosedSubmitted
NSW Border Rivers AlluviumClosedSubmitted
NSW Border Rivers surface water Closed Submitted
NSW MDB Fractured RockClosedSubmitted
NSW GAB ShallowClosedSubmitted
NSW MDB Porous RockClosedSubmitted
NSW Namoi AlluviumClosedSubmitted
Namoi surface waterClosedSubmitted