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A new way of accessing and viewing real-time water monitoring data will be available in the coming months. The new application will replace Real Time Water Data and Surface Water Data making it easier to find the information you want about the state's latest water data.

Key benefits:

  • Easier access to up-to-date information describing the state's water resources for the South Australian Community.

  • Reliable provision of real-time water level and rainfall data to support responses to flood events for the State Emergency Services.

  • More comprehensive automated data feeds describing South Australia's water resources for the Bureau of Meteorology.

  • Reliable and streamlined availability of data describing the Murray River basin extent for South Australia for the Murray Darling Basin Authority.

  • Barrage and lock operations will have streamlined access to current data, the data delivery will be more reliable and dependable for SA Water.

  • Access to extensive water data to inform Environmental Impact Assessments and engineering development projects, e.g. road building and mining operations, for consulting and engineering groups.

  • Access to a rich database of time series and historic data describing South Australian water resources for research and citizen science.

The Groundwater Data System will remain intact; it provides information about all registered wells (bores/drillholes) throughout the State. Where there is real-time data relating to a monitored well, a link will be provided to navigate directly to the relevant data in the new application.

For more information, use Contact Us. Tip: Select the Real-Time Water Data subject and include What's new on WaterConnect in the Message.