Season opens on Saturday 17 March 2018   |   Season closes on Monday 11 June 2018

The Game Management Authority have advised that duck hunting at Lake Lonsdale is currently closed. For more information or enquiries please refer to this link -

Under State laws duck shooting is not permitted at Lakes Bellfield, Wartook and Moora Moora.

Shooting of ducks is permitted at: Dock, Pine, Taylors, Toolondo Lakes, Green Lake (near Horsham), Lake Fyans and Rocklands Reservoir.

Shooters are asked not to shoot within one kilometre of our structures, housing or other buildings located on GWMWater property.

More about duck season is available on

We wish to advise that the Interruption to Service on the Northern Mallee Pipeline between Ouyen and Underbool been postponed until later this month due to a change in conditions.

We apologise for any inconvenience this delay causes and will alert you as soon as we have updated information from Mildura Rural City Council contractors Waterex.

Our current customer newsletter Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 3 2017/18 (2.9MB, 4 pages) contains information on the Donald Weir Pool, drinking water for four Mallee towns, Green Lake at Sea Lake and more!

GWMWater has developed an online map for property owners in the South West Loddon pipeline area.

Property owners can now view their land online and see where the South West Loddon pipeline is proposed to align to their properties.

Click here to use this map and to find out more information on the South West Loddon pipeline!

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide drinking water to townships across our region, we are pleased to announce that Brim, Beulah, Sea Lake and Woomelang will receive a drinking water supply by the end of 2018.

As part of the works Brim, Beulah, Sea Lake and Woomelang’s water supply will be sourced from Lake Bellfield and treated in line with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines at our Warracknabeal Water Treatment Plant. The drinking water will then be supplied to each town by a pipeline to be built from Warracknabeal to Sea Lake, via Brim, Beulah, Hopetoun, and Woomelang.

Presently, Sea Lake receives a water supply from the Murray River, and Brim, Beulah and Woomelang are supplied from Supply System 2 of the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline.

GWMWater's contractor, Mitchell Water Australia Pty Ltd, has commenced works and the section between Warracknabeal and Beulah is well advanced.

We have liaised with rural property owners along the pipeline route. We will keep our customers in Brim, Beulah, Sea Lake and Woomelang informed as works these progress.

If you would like more information on this project or any of our services, please contact us.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Media Release - Drinking water on its way! Brim, Beulah, Sea Lake and Woomelang (192kb)

Check your water supply

GWMWater came on board and with a team of committed locals to install two well designed, accessible drinking water fountains. An alliance of Yarriambiack Shire Council, VicHealth, Deakin University’s YCHANGe project, Lions and Rotary Clubs, came together to improve community health outcomes for Warracknabeal, at the latest launch of “Choose Tap” drinking water fountains donated by GWMWater across the region.

Media Release - Coming together to improve our health!

Landholders within the below project boundaries are encouraged to lodge an Expression of Interest to connect to rural pipelines.

More information about connecting to the West Wimmera Rural Pipeline

More information about connecting to the East Grampians Rural Pipeline

Read some case studies about how connecting to rural piped water has benefited landholders in our community.

Our Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 2018 Rainfall Calendar (1.4MB) helps you record this year's rainfall. You can either download the calendar today, collect your free copy from our Horsham office or get in touch with us.

Our 2018-2023 water price submission sets out our proposed prices, service standards and customer outcomes for the next five-year regulatory period.

Our price proposal has now been submitted to Victoria’s independent economic regulator, the Essential Services Commission for consideration.

The submission reflects our focus on keeping customers’ bills down, while delivering the infrastructure and services required to provide sustainable water and waste water services for regional growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities.

Customers will be consulted throughout the commission’s review process, with the final determination expected to be released in mid-2018.

We have undertaken broader and more in-depth consultation with our customers and communities than in previous processes culminating in an independent review by a Deliberative Panel made up of 17 independent customers from within our region. Customers have been encouraged to input into the ESC processes either through various customer surveys, several focus groups and through our regular Customer and Stakeholder Workshops (held every six months) over the past 12 to 18 months and all input and feedback has been considered.

Our submission is available on the ESC website at

If you would like to obtain a printed copy of our submission please contact the ESC directly. Their contact details are found at

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!