Flood recovery Starting from scratch in the Dawson

Flood recovery Starting from scratch in the Dawson

The downside of flat farming landscapes is that when a major flood occurs, inundation is uniform and very soon every inch of the farm is submerged, completely destroying crops and washing away precious soil. This is what happened on two properties owned by Debbie and Mike Austin. Harcourt, which is 1575ha in size and the 730 ha Riverland, are neighbouring properties on the banks of the Dawson River in the Fitzroy Basin.

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