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Water accounting

Share component dashboard

Share component since the commencement of the water sharing plan by water source and licence category.

What is the water share component dashboard?

The Share Component dashboard shows the total share components of water licences across the state. This dashboard is part of the NSW Department of Planning and Environment's initiative to improve information transparency.

Download the dashboard data

  1. At the bottom right-hand-corner of the dashboard, select the "Download" button
  2. Select a download format (Image, Data, Crosstab, PDF, PowerPoint or Tableau Workbook) and the sheet you want to download.
  3. Select the available options for the different type of download formats.
  4. Click on "Download".

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 Planning and Environment), 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.

The NSW Water Register provides a range of information including official accounted usage, share component, water made available, trade, water allocations and environmental water.

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