Water order from Menindee Lakes comes to an end

Updated June 18 2021 - 10:05am, first published 9:41am
RELEASES END: The amount of water from the Menindee Lakes has been reduced to 500 megalitres per day, marking the end of a Muray-Darling Basin Authority water order.
RELEASES END: The amount of water from the Menindee Lakes has been reduced to 500 megalitres per day, marking the end of a Muray-Darling Basin Authority water order.

The amount of water released into the Lower Darling River from the Menindee Lakes has been reduced to 500 megalitres per day, marking the end of the water order made by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.

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