Connecting to the South West Loddon pipeline will secure a reliable water supply for your property.
There are many benefits of having a piped supply, from better quality water for bathing and washing to security for firefighting or enterprise opportunities. Read some case studies about how piped water has benefited landholders in our community.
What to do
If you're interested in connecting:
- Lodge an Expression of Interest form (1.12MB) as soon as possible to make sure you're considered for the scheme.
- If you're eligible, we'll make arrangements to meet with you, view your preferred pipeline route and connection point/s, and talk you through the next steps.
Your project information pack
See where the South West Loddon water pipes are planned to be located in your area by accessing this linked map:
About the project . . .
Securing the Future of the Region (649kB, 6 pages)
Information for new pipeline customers . . .
About GWMWater (482kB)
On-farm Benefits of a Piped Water Supply (1.03MB, 2 pages)
New Customers - Rural Pipeline Systems (3.77MB, 2 pages)
Water Allowance Scenarios With Costs (783kB, 2 pages)
Rural pipeline products and charges (307kB, 3 pages)
On-farm Water Reticulation (1.39MB)
Short Pipeline Extensions (1.16MB, 6 pages)
Landholder Statutory Planning Responsibilities (347kB, 3 pages)
Trading Rural Pipeline Water Allowances (1.38MB, 2 pages)
Our Customer Charter. . .
We're committed to serving our customers and have developed a charter to reflect our ongoing commitment to you and the community:
Rural Customer Charter - Summary (1.17MB, 2 pages)
Rural Customer Charter - Full Version (305kB, 23 pages)