For all other WA rivers with water level available:
On WRC computerised sites (such as on the Murray & Avon rivers) the level 10.0 m means "no flow", so a level of 13.204 m at Great Northern Highway Bridge, for example, means that there is 3.204 m depth of water more than when the river ceased to flow at that point in summer.
The water level information is provided for the general public by the West Australian Water & Rivers Commission (WRC) on its website, thanks to Chris Frick, Yong Leong, Kevin Manning and Steve Wanstall.
Information on Wellington Dam releases into the Collie River is provided by Harvey Water.
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