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Nov 14, 2016

Reconciliation in the Murray-Darling Basin

South Australia is working towards achieving reconciliation in water resources management through unique research conducted by the Goyder Institute for Water Research and being driven by Indigenous interests. Read More



Nov 1, 2016

Goyder supports student research success

The Goyder Institute for Water Research would like to congratulate Suranga Wadduwage, winner of the Best Poster Award at Flinders University’s School of the Environment 3rd Annual RHD Conference. Read More



Sep 21, 2015

Australian Riverprize 2015

The Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority in partnership with the SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) have been successful in being named as one of the three finalists in the 2015 Australian Riverprize. Read More



























Dec 19, 2018

Blue carbon research is attracting nationwide interest

After 18 months of tidal reconnection, it is getting green inside the salt pond under investigation by the ‘Salt to C’ research team from the Goyder Institute for Water Research. Tidal re-connection is a top priority activity recommended by a national blue carbon working group for establishing a methodology under the Emissions Reduction Fund for blue carbon. Read More







Mar 29, 2019

Goyder projects in the news

The Goyder Institute for Water Research’s G-FLOWS project was featured in the Sunday Mail on 23 March 2019, spreading the word that the team found ancient water in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Early indications are that it could not only sustain the community’s ongoing water needs but have significant economic development potential for the region if developed sustainably. Read More



Mar 29, 2019

Spencer Gulf’s coastal communities to benefit from new Gulfview software

Spencer Gulf is critical to South Australia’s prosperity. It produces almost half of South Australia’s seafood and is a major gateway to the State’s energy, mining and agricultural resources. The gulf supports a wide range of recreational activities and an expanding ecotourism sector. Its marine ecosystems and species have global conservation significance. Read More