Currently GWMWater supplies many towns with a non-drinking water supply including Kaniva, Ultima, Moyston and Elmhurst.

As GWMWater prepares its pricing submission for the 2018-2023 period it is asking customers in Kaniva, Ultima, Moyston and Elmhurst what their views are in respect to the possibility of receiving a fully treated supply of drinking water.

The Urban and Rural Water Supply Strategy outlines how we will manage water security to provide water services in our towns and cities now and into the future. Urban Water Strategies have a long-term outlook of 50 years.

As GWMWater has both urban and rural responsibilities, the strategy considers both urban and rural pipeline supplied customers in each of our five water supply systems - Murray, Goulburne, Grampians, Pyrenees and Eastern Grampians and Groundwater towns.

The strategy meets requirement 6-A of the Statement of Obligations (General) issued to all water corporations and has been produced in accordance with DELWP Urban Water Strategy Development Guidelines.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Urban and Rural Water Supply Strategy (429 kB)

GWMWater’s Deliberative Panel to consider pricing met for the first time in Horsham last

week. The role of the Deliberative Panel is to act as an independent panel representing the views of

GWMWater’s broad customer base as the organisation’s pricing submission proposal to the

Essential Services Commission for the 2018 to 2023 period is prepared.

 

 Deliberative Panel to consider future GWMWater prices meets (136kB)

A great business opporunity exists for innovative operator-developers to lease the Rocklands Caravan Park.

The Caravan Park will be open for inspection on Sunday 16 July 2017 from 12 noon to 2 pm.

Expressions of Interest close 2 pm Thursday 10 August 2017.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Information and Expression of Interest Form (2822 kB)

TechnologyOne has done a fantastic job profiling us in their recent case study video. Our staff proudly participated in the video to showcase us using their integrated systems. Have a look at the video – there is some great footage in there!

Our Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In Customer Newsletter #4 2016-17 (2.3MB, 4 pages) has a variety of news items including topics on recreational lakes, our newly formed Deliberative Panel to review our pricing for the next five years, and competitions for your chance to win!

 

 

We're currently seeking your feedback on water services and pricing!

Your feedback will shape the way we deliver our services to you, your business and your community.

It will also help us develop our Water Price Review submission, which will determine our services and prices from 2018 to 2023.

We encourage you to participate to let us know what's important to you.

A 1.5 tonne load limit now applies to Winfields Road bridge that crosses the Toolondo Channel until further notice.

Suggested alternative routes include: Mount Victory Road and Flat Rock Road.

Contact us for your enquiries.

GWMWater is warning the public to avoid direct contact with water in Lake Toolondo after monitoring detected levels of blue-green algae above levels considered safe for recreational use.

 

More about blue-green algae

GWMWater is pleased to advise that the blue-green algae warning for Taylors Lake has been lifted.