Storage levels and rainfall data for reservoirs in South Australia

Last Modified: Mon Sep 20 2021 17:29:50 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 74.48%
    Combined storage across all reservoirs in South Australia, compared to 64.22% same time last year. 148,000 million litres - Storage as at 8 am ACST 18 Sep 2021.
  • 348.96 million litres
    Daily consumption level
  • 4,000 million litres
    Barossa. At 90.91% of its storage capacity of 4,400 million litres, compared to 93.18% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 6 mm.
  • 10,300 million litres
    Happy Valley. At 81.75% of its storage capacity of 12,600 million litres, compared to 92.06% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 14 mm.
  • 2,500 million litres
    Hope Valley. At 86.21% of its storage capacity of 2,900 million litres, compared to 86.21% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 6 mm.
  • 12,100 million litres
    Kangaroo Creek. At 64.71% of its storage capacity of 18,700 million litres, compared to 38.50% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: mm.
  • 10,000 million litres
    Little Para. At 47.85% of its storage capacity of 20,900 million litres, compared to 53.59% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 9 mm.
  • 12,300 million litres
    Millbrook. At 78.34% of its storage capacity of 15,700 million litres, compared to 70.70% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 17 mm.
  • 35,600 million litres
    Mt Bold. At 76.72% of its storage capacity of 46,400 million litres, compared to 55.82% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 27 mm.
  • 26,900 million litres
    Myponga. At 97.46% of its storage capacity of 27,600 million litres, compared to 93.84% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 15 mm.
  • 3,800 million litres
    South Para. At 65.85% of its storage capacity of 44,800 million litres, compared to 52.01% at the same time last year. Rainfall this week: 7 mm.