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Barossa Water Allocation Plan

The Water Allocation Plan (WAP) for the Barossa Prescribed Water Resources Area (PWRA) was adopted in 2009.

The WAP aims to:

  • protect the resource for all water users and water dependent ecosystems, now and into the future
  • provide greater certainty for water users.

The WAP was developed by the former Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board in collaboration with key stakeholders.

Find out more information about what a WAP is and why they are important.

Read Your Guide to Understanding the Barossa PWRA Water Allocation Plan.