This page provides information on work commissioned by the Office of Water Science within the Department of the Environment and Energy on Indigenous water assets in New South Wales.
This report outlines the approach undertaken to engage with Indigenous communities and collect information on Indigenous water assets in the subregions and bioregions within New South Wales. The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries Water researched and produced the report which is available to download from this page.
The report includes information on Indigenous assets in the New South Wales parts of the Maranoa-Condamine-Balonne subregion and Clarence-Moreton bioregion. Separate reports are available for the Queensland parts of the Maranoa-Balonne-Condamine subregion and the Clarence-Moreton bioregion.
Information about Indigenous water assets in the Gloucester subregion is available in a separate report.
The report includes information that is relevant to the: