Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre Water Level: Current Status
This is your go to page for the latest on Lake Eyre 2021.
Water is moving down the Diamantina River through the Goyder Lagoon and is quite a sight to behold it should reach Lake Eyre North by mid to late April. The amount of water that will go into the Lake and how long it will last is anyone's guess at the moment. We will have a better idea when we do our first tour in May. There are large pools of water in Madigan Gulf and Belt Bay
Lake Eyre South has good coverage with about 600 mm.
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© Kirkhope Aviation 2019 - Photos taken by Jake Barden and Martin Josselyn
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We operated our first tour to Lake Eyre last weekend and the Lake is starting to fill up.
The water has reached Belt Bay (the deepest point of the Lake) and is now spilling over and spreading out.
There is still a vast amount of water still making its way down the river system towards the Lake as well. It is predicted the water will last till the end of August and beyond.
The water has now reached Lake Eyre. Please see this report from the ABC.
The water travelling down to Lake Eyre has now reached Goyder Lagoon and passed Clifton Hills and is at Kalamurina.
It's flowing very quickly and is expected to reach Lake Eyre in 2 weeks time. Now is the time to book your tour to secure your seat.
A vast amount of water is heading down the Diamantina River at a rapid rate and is likely to reach Birdsville in the next few days. Birdsville is likely to be land locked and not accessible by vehicle for some time (however we can still fly in).
At this stage, it is expected the water will reach Lake Eyre in early April. Birdsville is looking forward to the wildflowers following the dry flood (A dry flood is as a result of river swelling as opposed to direct rain).
Enjoy the below live video, filmed live on 15th and 18th of February, of water flowing into the Channel Country near Birdsville