ABC Broken Hill / By Bill Ormonde 8 March 2022
For the first time in more than 10 years, a creek stretching 100km across far west New South Wales is full of water.
- The 100km-long Tallywalka Creek has been dry for more than 10 years
- Floodwaters from heavy rain in northern NSW and south east Qld last year have made their way into the system, causing the creek to flow again
- Locals are rejoicing but would like to see more water on the floodplains along the lower Darling