Floods in north-west NSW, dust storms in the south-east—a familiar pattern that elicits a familiar response: why not capture all that flood water and send it south?

It’s been about 70 years since the designer of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Dr J. Bradfield, conceived a program for harnessing the water rushing down the rivers of north Queensland and sending it inland to irrigate new lands and to supply urban centres as far away as Adelaide.

Here are two new detailed proposals on the same theme.


Make the Water Flow
Adam Willson's proposal
The Bowring proposal
 

 

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