Northern Adelaide Plains Water Resources Stocktake
The Northern Adelaide Plains is a major producer of fresh food in South Australia. Growing global demand for food presents a large economic opportunity but requires greater certainty on available water. Undertaking a stocktake of existing information regarding the regions current and future water supply and demand will support sustainable economic development of the region.
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is undertaking a stocktake of the available water resource information of the greater Northern Adelaide region. The purpose of this stocktake is to consolidate the current understanding of the existing and potential water available that could support regional economic development. The project will focus on aspects of water quantity, quality and constraints.
For more information, download the Northern Adelaide Plains Water Resources Stocktake factsheet.
The Technical Report 16/5 Northern Adelaide Plains Water Stocktake is now available [ISSN: 1839-2725 (PDF 4.23 MB)] together with the spatial data layers that can be accessed via https://sites.google.com/site/goydernap/home/nap_water_map