A Watershed

Over the last century successive Australian Governments have failed to supply the primary commodity that is required for a society – abundant water.
It is time for a series of massive dam projects to be established by government to forever correct the situation.
There is no excuse that lasts more than a century. Australians pay more for water than any other nation, yet are constantly subject to restrictions on its use.
Industry has restrictions, home owners have restrictions, and yet the rainfall on Australian soil is enough is ample to provide for a population 20 times the current size.
The government has not provided dams to fill the needs of the population and has restricted the growth of Australia, the lives of the people and the settlement of the country.
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A watershed, is by definition and common usage the following:
  1. A ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems.
  2. The region draining into a river, river system, or other body of water.
  3. A critical point that marks a division or a change of course; a turning point.

Each of these areas need addressing at the highest levels of Government, Science, Policy making and Infrastructure.

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