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The Lake Eyre Basin Intergovernmental Agreement review is currently underway. This review will look at the operation of the Agreement, how the operation of the Agreement can be improved
and the extent to which the Agreement’s objectives were achieved since the last review in 2007.
26 Mar 2018
Lake Eyre Basin Intergovernmental Agreement
The Agreement requires that a review of all policies and strategies be undertaken every 10 years. A public consultation document and focus questions
have been developed to assist stakeholders in providing feedback.
24 Aug 2016
State of the Basin 2016
In 2016 the condition of watercourses and catchments in the Lake Eyre Basin will be assessed. The assessment will report on the current status of the
hydrology, fish, water quality and waterbirds of the Basin and on the current and emerging threats
24 Aug 2016
The Lake Eyre Basin Community Advisory Committee and Scientific Advisory Panel held a joint meeting in Adelaide in February 2016. The Meeting Summary
from the meeting is now available.
4 Mar 2016
Lake Eyre Basin 2014-2015 Ministers' Report to the Community
Under the Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) Intergovernmental Agreement, the Australian, Queensland, South Australian and Northern Territory government are working
together to protect and manage the Lake Eyre Basin’s water and related natural resources.
15 Sep 2014
Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Forum 2015
Save the Date: The Lake Eyre Basin Aboriginal Forum will be held near Mount Isa in Queensland on 15-17 September 2015. More information will be available
on the event in early 2015.
21 Feb 2014
2013 Ministers' report to the Community released
Under the Lake Eyre Basin (LEB) Intergovernmental Agreement, the Australian, Queensland, South Australian and Northern Territory governments are working together
to protect and manage the Lake Eyre Basin's water and related natural resources
18 Feb 2014
LEB People and Passion
Known for its timeless, harsh beauty and the pulses of life that follow uncertain rains, the arid landscapes of the Basin are home to distinctive plants and
animals. As equally distinctive are the characters who inhabit the deserts, channel.