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.

The Minister for Water is inviting expressions of interest for Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Appointments to the Boards of Victoria's Water Corporations (97kB)

For more information or to apply, visit www.getonboard.vic.gov.au (search under vacancies)

GWMWater is proposing to revoke the existing Murrayville Area Groundwater Management Plan and implement the Murrayville Local Management Plan.

Let us know if you support the proposal by completing the Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Murrayville WSPA submission form (255kB). Submissions received by Tuesday 9 May 2017 will be forwarded to the Minister for Water.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Fact sheet - Murrayville Groundwater Management (599kB)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Map - Existing Murrayville WSPA (area to be abolished) (1.14MB)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Map - New Murrayville Groundwater Management Area (1.46MB)

Rainfall Chart 2017

Our Adobe PDF file icon 24x242017 rainfall calendars (1.5MB) are now available. Get your free copy from our Horsham office or get in touch with us.

We are proud to be a Volunteering Recognition Awards partner for 2017.  The Volunteering Recognition Awards celebrates and promote the role of volunteering.

More about the Volunteering Recognition Awards

 

GWMWater is encouraging all customers in its region to get involved in a new water efficiency program targeted at regional Victorians.

With spring growth flourishing across the region GWMWater has taken the opportunity to remind property owners to remain vigilant about water infrastructure around their boundaries.

The GWMWater Board, with the assistance of its Irrigation Diverters Committee, has recently approved a new set of rules for the taking of water for irrigation on the Wimmera River.

GWMWater has finalised water prices that will apply in the 2016/17 financial year. We are pleased to advise that rates will either remain steady or rise only minimally.  Any price increase for services will be in line with the CPI rise of 1.31%.