Social Media Terms of Use


Thank you for liking/following the official Murray Darling Association Inc. Social Media pages. 

The Murray Darling Association provides a forum for Local Government and community participation in major natural resource and policy issues affecting the Murray-Darling Basin. We provide information, facilitates debate, identify needs and priorities, undertake projects and education initiatives, and promote research.

Murray Darling Association social media is open to friends who want to know more about the initiative and related activities in the Murray Darling Association community.

All general enquiries should be made by email to admin@mda.asn.au or phone to (03) 5480 3805.


The Murray Darling Association welcomes all questions and commentary, including constructive feedback. We expect participants to post commentary that is both relevant and respectful to the community. 

We don’t take decisions on moderating posts lightly, however we do reserve the right to remove any posts that don’t adhere to our guidelines and to block anyone who violates them repeatedly. Individuals who repeatedly violate our guidelines will be notified of our intention to block them from the page.

Specifically, the Murray Darling Association pages will not tolerate posts that are: 

• Abusive

• Offensive

• Threatening

• Hateful in language

• Unlawful

• Racist or racially offensive

• Sexist or of a sexual nature

• Trolling or Deliberate disruption of discussion

• Violations of any intellectual property rights

• Spam

• Solicitation

• Irrelevant

• Link baiting (embedding a link in your post to draw traffic to another site).



By using or accessing this page, you also agree to comply with Facebook’s Terms and Conditions and Twitter’s Terms of Service.

If at any stage you want to stop receiving updates from the Murray Darling Association please feel free to “unlike” or “unfollow” our pages. 

Likes, follows, re-tweets and shares are not endorsements of the individual or organisation and should not be seen as such.