A final call is being made for submissions regarding a draft report into the social and economic conditions in the Murray-Darling Basin.
The report, which was released on March 16, outlines twenty recommendations for the federal government about the need for immediate action to help communities in the basin.
Mental health, trust in government and water reform have been earmarked as some of the priority areas in the report, which is due to be finalised and delivered to federal water minister Keith Pitt on April 30.
The panel visited Coleambally and Griffith in October 2019 as part of their community consultation process and panel chairwoman Robbie Sefton said the report aims to be a "road map" for the government.
"We have received a range of submissions covering each of the topic areas and expressing thoughtful and considered insights into the recommendations," Ms Sefton said.
"This is helping finesse our final report, strengthen our findings and provide broad coverage of the critical social and economic conditions that need to be addressed".
"We want this document to provide a road map for the federal government for immediate action that includes short, medium and long term viable solutions for our Basin communities."