Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth Project
The objective of the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Recovery Project is to assist the South Australian Government in managing the site for ecological health and to support the implementation and objectives of the CLLMM Long-Term Plan. The objectives of the Long-Term Plan are to provide a clear direction for the future management of the CLLMM region as a healthy, productive and resilient Wetland of International Importance.
The CLLMM Recovery Project includes a $70 million investment in measures identified in the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin action plan to support the long-term health of the Coorong, as jointly agreed by the Commonwealth and South Australian governments at the Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council meeting in December 2018.
South Australia Riverine Recovery Project
The Riverine Recovery Project aims to implement an improved riverine management regime for the River Murray from the South Australian/Victorian border to Wellington in South Australia and deliver water savings for transfer to the Commonwealth for environmental purposes. The activities undertaken as part of this project reflect a landscape-scale approach to addressing the problems of the River Murray and are expected to provide for a more effective, efficient and flexible management of environmental water.
Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project
The Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project (VMFRP) aims to enable delivery of water to nine high-value floodplains along the Murray River, including in the Lower Murray region.
NSW Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment Mechanism projects
NSW Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment Mechanism (SDLAM) projects aim to provide improved environmental outcomes for rivers, wetlands and wildlife, including in the Lower Murray and Lower Darling/Baaka regions.