River Murray river bank showing High Flows in 2022

The River Murray is experiencing high flows from interstate and communities along the river may begin to see impacts to properties and infrastructure over the coming weeks and months, particularly in the shack areas. The SASES is encouraging property owners to monitor river conditions and prepare their properties.

River Murray high flow update September 7 2022
SASES Operations Coordinator Stefanie Zakrzewski live from the Riverland region of Cadell and Mannum with a flood update.

The River Murray is a magnificent place to visit during this time, however visitors should be alert to changing flow conditions through a range of links:

South Australian State Emergency Service

Flood alerts and warnings - SASES

Flood community updates - SASES

Flood preparedness information - SASES

 

Other SA Government Departments

Flood Awareness Map - Department for Environment and Water

River Murray Flood Mapping - Department for Environment and Water

River Murray Flow Reports and Advice - Department for Environment and Water

River Murray Infrastructure Mapping - Department for Environment and Water

River Murray Inundation Mapping - Department for Environment and Water

Daily Flow Report - SA Water

Road closures -Traffic SA

Camping along the River Murray - Parks SA

River Murray Ferries - SA Gov

 

River Murray SA Councils

Alexandrina Council

Berri Barmera Council

District Council of Loxton Waikerie

Mid-Murray Council

Renmark Paringa Council

Rural City of Murray Bridge


Other Organisations

Respect The River — Royal Life Saving South Australia