These images demonstrate the dramatic effects environmental watering has had on the Chowilla Floodplain throughout March to November 2009
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Brandybottle Waterhole, Chowilla Floodplain (March 2009)
The Chowilla Floodplain is north of Renmark and straddles the South Australian and New South Wales border.
Brandybottle Waterhole, Chowilla Floodplain (November 2009)
The Floodplain covers 17,700 hectares and is part of the Lindsay-Wallpolla Islands icon site under The Living Murray program.
Lock 6 Depression, Chowilla Floodplain (March 2009)
It is the largest area of remaining natural riverine forest along the lower River Murray.
Lock 6 Depression, Chowilla Floodplain (November 2009)
In 2009 environmental water was delivered to the Floodplain.
Chowilla Floodplain (March 2009)
The water went to a number of sites, including Brandybottle Waterhole, Chowilla Horseshoe, Lock 6 Depression.
Chowilla Floodplain (November 2009)
Other sites included Gum Flat and Slaney's Billabong, Pilby Creek and Bunyip Hole.