Reminder - the free trade period closes this month!

Take advantage of the free water trade period. Trading part of your water allowance offers a simple way to offset the cost of water. Or, alternatively, make a trade to increase your water allowance and avoid excess usage charges.

Check your water usage by logging on to our Customer Portal or contact us.

The State-wide Rural Water Awards recognises entities who have developed or adapted innovative ideas which have led to better water use outcomes.

A business from our region has nominated in these Awards covering four of the five categories namely, Irrigation District Water Users, Groundwater Users, Surface Water Users, Community and Education Group, and Farm to Plate.

We wish our local entrant all the best in demonstrating the judging assessment criteria.

To find out more visit


Choose BPay View to receive and pay your water bill through online banking!

We are offering customers another way in which to receive and store their water bills. Find out more:

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Frequently Asked Questions - Online Billing - BPay View (478 kB, 4 pages)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Electronic billing now available - advert (848 KB)


Those who sign up to BPay View before Friday 12 October 2018 will have a chance to win $100 off their next water bill. See our Tapping In customer newsletter edition 1 2018/19 for more information.

Works commenced on 9 July 2018, and when completed will allow the lake to be filled with recreational water sourced from the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline.

Green Lake (near Sea Lake) will be closed to the public while works are carried out.

GWMWater is managing the project on behalf of the Green Lake Committee of Management.

(Photography courtesy of Buloke Shire Council.)

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.

The works on the Mallee Towns Drinking Water Supply Project is well underway and is proceeding according to plan with major works expected to be completed in December 2018. Once the water quality has been declared, residents will receive a drinking quality water supply in early 2019.

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 130 km pipeline to be built from Warracknabeal to Sea Lake, via Brim, Beulah, Hopetoun, and Woomelang. Pumping Stations and storage tanks will be installed at Warracknabeal, Hopetoun and Sea Lake.

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.

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

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Information and FAQs - Brim, Beulah and Woomelang (468 kB, 2 pages)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Information and FAQs - Sea Lake (588 kB, 2 pages)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Customer information pack (5 MB, 8 pages)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Media Release - Treated drinking water closer for southern Mallee Towns (218 kB - 12 July 2018)

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Media Release - Drinking water on its way! Brim, Beulah, Sea Lake and Woomelang (192 kB - 4 January 2018)

Check your water supply

Take time to read our current customer newsletter Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 1 2018/19 (3.90MB, 4 pages)

There is plenty to read in this edition with good news that water prices fall along with pipeline benefits for the environment, drinking water for Elmhurst, Kaniva, Moyston and Ultima plus pipeline news.

Past edition:

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24 Tapping In - Edition 4 2017/18 (5MB, 4 pages) contains information on Mallee towns to receive a drinking water suply, a water storage update, the Dad and Dave Weir fish ladder and more.

Commencing May 2018 we will be increasing water pressure for our Horsham and Haven customers.

See here for more information or call us during business hours on 1300 659 961.

Safe drinking water is on its way to Elmhurst, Kaniva, Moyston, and Ultima, with the next phase in water quality improvement scheduled to be completed over the next five years.

Water to these towns is currently either from groundwater (Kaniva), a small local catchment (Elmhurst), a combination of groundwater and water from Mount William Creek (Moyston), or from the Murray River, via the Northern Mallee Pipeline (Ultima).

Check your water supply

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

Property owners can 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!

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.