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Rain flows into parched river system

Rain throughout Northern New South Wales and Queensland, is slowly starting to make its way into the Murray Darling River System.

The Condamine River catchment has recorded around 200 millimetres in Queensland.

While water is passing through the Gwydir, Namoi, Castlereagh and Macquarie catchments in New South Wales.

Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with MDBA Executive Director of River Management Andrew Reynolds:

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