Want to help shape the future of the Lake Eyre Basin?
The first Strategic Plan will provide a long-term vision and framework for policy advice and risk management strategies for communities, governments and ministers to follow.
A link will be available on this page on 18 August 2022 where you can give your feedback on the draft Lake Eyre Basin Strategic Plan.
Find more on the Lake Eyre Basin Ministerial Forum
Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre Basin covers almost one-sixth of Australia. It is one of the world's largest internally-draining river systems.
The conservation significance of the Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre Basin is high. It supports:
- grasslands and deserts
- rare and endangered plants and animals.
About 60,000 people live and work in the Basin.
About the Basin
Within the Basin lies Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre. The areas has natural, social and economic significance.
Health of the Lake Eyre Basin
Basin health affects a large part of Australia. We regularly assess and evaluate its health.
Basin state and territory governments help to manage water and related natural resources in the Lake Eyre Basin Agreement Area. They develop and implement policies to follow.
Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre Basin extends across:
- South Australia
- Northern Territory
- western New South Wales.
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