• Buy more water with 0% buyers commission on surface water!

  • Zone 1, 2 & 3 Lower Murrumbidgee Groundwater WANTED - Temporary & Permanent
        

  • Permanent Murrumbidgee High Security WANTED @ $6,000/ML (wet)

  • Permanent Lower Murray Groundwater Entitlement WANTED - call for offers
     

  • Permanent Murrumbidgee General Security WANTED @ $2,150/ML (wet)

End of Season Closure

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

End Of Season Trade Closure

Murrumbidgee River, Murray River, and Coleambally Irrigation trade closes Saturday 31/05/2014

Call to discuss your end of season options

Office 02 6931 8522 | Mobile 0428 694 608 


Regards, Tom Wilks

Water Auction Summary

RIVERINA FIELD DAYS 2014
Thank you to everyone who came to the Field Days, and to all those who participated in the Water Auction.
There were close to 50 registered bidders on the day, including some on the phones.

WATER AUCTION SUMMARY

Temporary
5001ML SOLD
Average $46-56ML

Forward/Temporary
Murray
916ML SOLD
Average $100/ML
MI
330ML SOLD
Average $103/ML

Permanent
General Security
300ML  SOLD
Average $970/ML
High Security
50MLSOLD
Average $1900/ML

Groundwater
1000MLSOLD
Average $10/ML


For all your water trading needs, call me any time 0428 694 608
Tom Wilks 


The Countdown is on!

Countdown Clocks

Not long now until the Water Auction commences!

2:30pm Friday 9th May 2014

Riverina Field Days - Griffith Showground - Davidge Pavilion

Registrations from 1:00pm



Trade from Murrumbidgee Valley Suspended

NSW Water Commissioner, David Harriss, today confirmed that allocation trades from the Murrumbidgee Valley have reached their limit and that further trade out of the valley is suspended. 

Applications for trade into and within the Murrumbidgee Valley will still be accepted and continues unaffected.

End-of-year close to Murrumbidgee Interstate trade is tomorrow 30th April, and end-of-year close of Murrumbidgee Inter-valley trade within NSW is the end of May.

Read the full media release here: 
Media Release NSW DPI Office of Water 290414

Please contact me if you have any questions,
Tom Wilks
0428 694 608


Allocation Announcement 15/04/14

Allocation Announcement

NSW Water Commissioner, David Harriss, announced today an increase of 4 percent to the Murrumbidgee general security allocation, it is now at 63% of entitlement. 

Read the full media release: Allocation Announcement 15th April 2014

For more information please call me.

Regards,

Tom Wilks


Riverina Field Days 2014 Radio Campaign

Are you tuned in to 2RG or Star FM in the Griffith NSW region? Listen out for the Wilks Water ad coming soon to a radio near you! .... or why not listen now!? 

Follow the link: Riverina Field Days Radio Ad

Thank you to Jason Austin and his team at Southern Cross Austereo! 


Allocation Announcement

NSW Water Commissioner, David Harriss, yesterday announced there would be no increase to the Murrumbidgee Valley general security allocation- it remains at 59%

Allocation Announcement 17th March 2014

Visit the Wilks Water Current Allocations web page


Rice Industry Field Day

The Annual Rice Industry Field Day is Back! Why not head along to hear the latest in rice research and development.

The field day will be held on Thursday March 6th 2014 at "Old Coree" near Jerilderie.

Contact Ricegrowers' Association by 28th February to book your place (02) 6953 0433.

Visit the RGA website for more information





Lower Darling Temporary Trade Closed

NSW Water Commissioner David Harriss today announced the closure of temporary trade into and out of the regulated lower Darling River.

Read the full media release here


Drought in NSW #forthebush

NSW Farmers Association have linked up with the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, 2GB and the Commonwealth Bank to launch the We’re for the Bush Appeal.

Donations will provide “Food and Fodder” through vouchers redeemable at IGA supermarkets and CRT farming supply stores.

Click here for drought assistance information

Click here to make a donation

Social media platforms across the state and beyond are showing support for farmers in drought affected NSW and the We're for the bush appeal using the hash tag #forthebush