What area does the plan cover?
The Murrumbidgee Alluvium Water Resource Plan covers groundwater within the alluvial deposits Murrumbidgee River, including its tributaries and anabranches from the Jugiong in the east to Balranald in the west extremity. It also includes the alluvial deposits of the internally draining Lake George catchment.
The Murrumbidgee Alluvium (GW9) is composed of the following four sustainable diversion limit resource units (SDL resource units):
- Lake George Alluvium (GS21)
- Mid-Murrumbidgee Alluvium (GS31)
- Lower Murrumbidgee Alluvium Shallow (GS28a)
- Lower Murrumbidgee Alluvium Deep (GS28b).
Public exhibition of the Murrumbidgee Alluvium (WRP) is now closed. All submissions have been reviewed by the NSW Department of Planning and the Environment. Public information sessions were held at Darlington Point and Wagga Wagga in November 2018.
The following respondents agreed to have their submissions published on this website. Note that not respondents elected to have their submissions published.