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The Bureau of Meteorioogy reported in April that "Lake Eyre's surface is more than half covered with water". The water has now reached Warburton Grove, and Belt Bay is expected to reach 2m over the coming months. It is estimated that by June the Lake could be three quarters full, which will be significantly more than when it reached one third full in 2010.
The water has travelled down the Warburton Groove to approximately half the length of the lake and appears to be approximately 5-7m deep in parts. North of the lake, in the Channel Country, the birdlife is starting to thrive as the water comes down through the Diamantina and Georgina river systems with Cyclone Trevor and Cyclone Veronica expected to continue to push large quantities of water south.
Read the latest updaet on flows into Lake Eyre from the Bureau of Meteorology's website.