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15TH SEPTEMBER 2017 - ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Murrumbidgee Valley Water allocation update

The Murrumbidgee general security allocation has been increased by 4 per cent to 33 per cent of entitlement. This means, with carryover, overall general security water availability is 60 per cent in the valley. Intermittent rain in the upper catchment has continued in the past fortnight ensuring that storage levels continue to rise, with downstream tributaries below Wagga Wagga contributing inflows to the main river.

With general security allocation plus carryover now reaching 60 per cent, there is a requirement under the water sharing plan to begin to allocate 50,000 megalitres to the environmental water account (EWA1) and 25,000 megalitres to the provisional storage volume account (PSV1). This is required before general security allocations rise further.

Storage levels (as at 14 September)

  • Blowering Dam is 82 per cent full – falling – holding 1,350,000 megalitres (ML).

  • Burrinjuck Dam is 60 per cent full – steady – holding 619,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that generally average rainfall conditions are likely in the valley from October to December, with some areas likely to experience below average rainfall in November. Above average temperatures are also likely during the three months.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), remain neutral, so there is no strong driver pushing our climate towards widespread significantly wetter or drier conditions.

Trade

All Murrumbidgee Valley trade is open. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements
The next allocation update for the Murrumbidgee Valley will be on Tuesday 3 October 2017. 

NSW Murray and Lower Darling Water allocation update

NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 8 per cent to 28 per cent of entitlement, with a commensurate increase in allocation to conveyance entitlements. This means that with carryover, overall general security water availability is 69 per cent of entitlement in the valley.

Water users are reminded that repayment of the borrowed Barmah-Millewa environmental water allowance, some 173,000 megalitres (ML), will commence when general security allocations reach 30 per cent of entitlement.

The improvement is largely due to rainfall in the last two weeks and on-going better than expected tributary recessions from flow peaks earlier in August.

Upper Murray storage levels (as at 14 September 2017)

  • Dartmouth Dam is 83 per cent full – rising – holding 3,194,000 megalitres (ML).

  • Hume Dam is 90 per cent full – rising – holding 2,720,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that generally average rainfall conditions are likely in the valley from October to December, with some areas likely to experience below average rainfall in November. Above average temperatures are also likely during the three months.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), remain neutral, so there is no strong driver pushing our climate towards widespread significantly wetter or drier conditions.

Trade
In the Murray, trade across the Barmah choke remains restricted to ‘no net trade downstream’.

Downstream trade opens automatically to the extent of the volume of any upstream trade.

The trade restriction helps to protect existing downstream entitlement holders from an increased risk of delivery shortfall caused by the limited physical capacity of the Barmah choke.

Water users are encouraged to monitor the MDBA website at - http://www.mdba.gov.au/managing- water/water-markets-trade/interstate-water-trade/barmah-choke-trade-balance - for information about the trade balance and status of trade.

Lower Darling water source trade is open, including inter-valley trade.

All Murrumbidgee Valley trade is also open. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcement
The next allocation update for the NSW Murray and Lower Darling valleys will be on Tuesday 3 October 2017.




1st SEPTEMBER 2017 - ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Murrumbidgee Valley

Water allocation update

Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased by 6 per cent to 29 per cent of entitlement for the 2017/18 water year. The rainfall in mid-August was the main contributor to this increase in water allocations. However, flows into the main storages are still well below the long term average for this time of year.

This assessment is based on finalised average carryover figures, some 27 per cent of entitlement, meaning that overall general security water availability is 56 per cent of entitlement.

Storage levels (as at 30 August)

  • Blowering Dam is 83 per cent full – falling – holding 1,354,000 megalitres (ML).

  • Burrinjuck Dam is 58 per cent full – steady – holding 600,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that generally average rainfall conditions are likely in the valley from September to November. The eastern portion of the valley is also likely to experience above average temperatures from September to November.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral. More localised influences are likely to be affecting this outlook, such as sea surface temperatures around the Australian coastline, as well as high pressures to the south of the continent which are encouraging more easterly flow across Australia.

Trade

Trade into (and within) the Murrumbidgee Valley is open, and trade out of the Murrumbidgee Valley opened on Friday, 28 July 2017. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the Murrumbidgee Valley will be on Friday 15 September 2017, and will contain an updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram. 

NSW Murray and Lower Darling 

Water allocation update

NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 7 per cent to 20 per cent of entitlement, with a commensurate increase in allocation to conveyance entitlements. This improvement is largely due to significant rainfall in the last two weeks.

Upper Murray storage levels (as at 31 August 2017)

  • Dartmouth Dam is 82 per cent full – steady – holding 3,157,000 megalitres (ML).

  • Hume Dam is 89 per cent full – rising – holding 2,671,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that generally average rainfall conditions are likely in the valley from September to November. The eastern portion of the valley is also likely to experience above average temperatures from September to November.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral. More localised influences are likely to be affecting this outlook, such as sea surface temperatures around the Australian coastline, as well as higher pressures to the south of the continent which are encouraging more easterly flow across Australia.

Trade
In the Murray, trade across the Barmah choke remains restricted to ‘no net trade downstream’.

Downstream trade opens automatically to the extent of the volume of any upstream trade.

The trade restriction protects existing downstream entitlement holders from an increased risk of delivery shortfall caused by the limited physical capacity of the Barmah choke.

Water users are encouraged to monitor the MDBA website at - http://www.mdba.gov.au/managing- water/water-markets-trade/interstate-water-trade/barmah-choke-trade-balance - for information about the trade balance and status of trade.

Lower Darling water source trade is open, including inter-valley trade.

All Murrumbidgee Valley trade is also open. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the NSW Murray and Lower Darling valleys will be on Friday 15 September 2017, and will contain an updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram. 












15th AUGUST 2017 - ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Murrumbidgee Valley

Water allocation update

Allocations

Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased by 3 per cent of entitlement to be now 23 per cent of entitlement for the 2017/18 water year. This small improvement is due to inflows to the upper storages produced by rainfall during last week.

This assessment is based on finalised average carryover figures, some 27 per cent of entitlement, meaning that overall general security water availability is 50 per cent of entitlement.

Storage levels (as at 14 August)

  • Blowering Dam is 78 per cent full – steady – holding 1,288,000 megalitres (ML).

Burrinjuck Dam is 55 per cent full – steady – holding 570,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murrumbidgee Valley are likely to continue from August to October, particularly in August. It is also highly likely that above average temperatures will continue over the coming three months, with a greater than 80 per cent chance of warmer than average days and nights.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral.

Trade

Trade into (and within) the Murrumbidgee Valley is open, and trade out of the Murrumbidgee Valley opened on Friday, 28 July 2017. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the Murrumbidgee Valley will be on Friday 1 September 2017. 

NSW Murray 

Water allocation update

Allocations

There is no increase in NSW Murray regulated river general security allocation at this time with water availability remaining unchanged.

Rainfall was low across upper Murray catchments during July, with Murray inflows likely to be exceeded 95 in 100 years (95% Annual Exceedance Probability).

Upper Murray storage levels (as at 14 August 2017)

  • Dartmouth Dam is 79 per cent full – steady – holding 3,060,000 megalitres (ML).

Hume Dam is 80 per cent full – rising – holding 2,403,000 ML.

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murray Valley are likely to continue from August to October, particularly in August. It is also highly likely that above average temperatures will continue over the coming three months, with a greater than 80 per cent chance of warmer than average days and nights.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral.

Trade
In the Murray, trade across the Barmah choke remains restricted to ‘no net trade downstream’.

Downstream trade opens automatically to the extent of the volume of any upstream trade.

The trade restriction protects existing downstream entitlement holders from an increased risk of delivery shortfall caused by the limited physical capacity of the Barmah choke.

Water users are encouraged to monitor the MDBA website at - http://www.mdba.gov.au/managing- water/water-markets-trade/interstate-water-trade/barmah-choke-trade-balance - for information about the trade balance and status of trade.

Lower Darling water source trade is open, including inter-valley trade.

All Murrumbidgee Valley trade is open (as of 14 August 2017). Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer- service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the NSW Murray and Lower Darling valleys will be on Friday 1 September 2017.





1st AUGUST 2017 - ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Murrumbidgee Valley

Water allocation update

Allocations
There is no increase in Murrumbidgee regulated river general security allocation at this time.

Given the dry conditions experienced in June and July, combined with storage inflows tracking close to historical minimums, there is no improvement to resources. Caution has been applied to the operational loss allowance to ensure irrigation supplies can be delivered in full despite the dry seasonal outlook.

This assessment is based on an updated carryover volume of 27 per cent of entitlement, meaning that overall general security water availability is 47 per cent of entitlement. Interestingly, about 90 per cent of general security licence holders carried over the maximum 30 per cent of entitlement.

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) commenced an in-stream environmental watering action from Murrumbidgee storages on 24 July 2017 aimed at improving condition of the mid-Murrumbidgee wetlands and stimulating native fish migration. This watering is scheduled to continue until mid-August 2017. 

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murrumbidgee Valley are likely to continue from August to October, particularly in August. It is also highly likely that above average temperatures will continue over the coming three months, with greater than 80 per cent chance of warmer than average days and nights.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral.

Trade

Trade into (and within) the Murrumbidgee Valley is open, and trade out of the Murrumbidgee Valley opened on Friday, 28 July 2017. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers. 

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the Murrumbidgee Valley will be on Tuesday 15 August 2017, and will contain an updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram. 

NSW Murray and Lower Darling Water allocation update

Allocations
There is no increase in NSW Murray regulated river general security allocation at this time.

July has been extremely dry with Murray inflows forecast to exceed 98 in 100 years (98% Annual Exceedance Probability).

This assessment is based on an updated carryover volume of 41 per cent of entitlement, meaning that overall general security water availability is 54 per cent of entitlement. Of note, about 60 per cent of licence holders carried over the maximum 50 per cent entitlement. 

Climatic outlook

The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murray Valley are likely to continue from August to October, particularly in August. It is also highly likely that above average temperatures will continue over the coming three months, with greater than 80 per cent chance of warmer than average days and nights.

Both of Australia's major climate drivers at this time of year, the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), continue to remain neutral.

Trade
In the Murray, trade across the Barmah choke remains restricted to ‘no net trade downstream’.

Downstream trade opens automatically to the extent of the volume of any upstream trade.

The trade restriction protects existing downstream entitlement holders from the risk of delivery shortfall caused by the limited physical capacity of the Barmah choke.

Water users are encouraged to monitor the MDBA website at - http://www.mdba.gov.au/managing- water/water-markets-trade/interstate-water-trade/barmah-choke-trade-balance - for information about the trade balance and status of trade.

Lower Darling water source trade is open, including inter-valley trade. 

Trade into (and within) the Murrumbidgee Valley is open, and trade out of the Murrumbidgee Valley opened on Friday, 28 July 2017. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at - http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee - for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and closure triggers.

Next announcements

The next allocation update for the NSW Murray and Lower Darling valleys will be on Tuesday 15 August 2017, and will contain an updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram. 



17th JULY - ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Murrumbidgee Valley

Water allocation update for 2017-18

Allocations

Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased by 3 per cent to 20 per cent of entitlement. Settling end of year data, plus some showers earlier this month which met some demands and reduced losses, helped to provide a small improvement in available resources.

Storage levels (as at 14 July)

  • Blowering Dam is 80 per cent full – steady - holding 1305,000 megalitres (ML)

  • Burrinjuck Dam is 63 per cent full - steady- holding 645,000 ML

    Climatic Outlook

    The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murrumbidgee valley are likely from July to September, with above average temperatures.

    Atmospheric and oceanic indicators used to measure the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remain within neutral bounds, and similarly, the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) remains neutral. Therefore the Bureau’s ENSO Outlook is currently INACTIVE, with neither El Niño nor La Niña expected to influence Australia’s climate this year.

    Trade

    Water users can trade into the Murrumbidgee valley, but trade out of the Murrumbidgee valley is closed. Trade within the valley is open. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and status of trade.

    Next announcements
    The next allocation update for the Murrumbidgee valley will be on Tuesday 1 August 2017.

    An updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram, will be issued again on Tuesday 15 August 2017. 


    NSW Murray and Lower Darling 

    Water allocation update

    Allocations

    NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 2 per cent. It is now 13 per cent of entitlement for the 2017/18 water year. This small improvement is from the settlement of end of year trade and water usage data rather than from improved inflows. June was very dry with Murray inflows likely to be exceeded 94 in 100 years (94% Annual Exceedance Probability).

    This assessment is based on an average carryover of about 42 per cent, meaning that overall general security water availability is 55 per cent of entitlement. A final carryover volume will be available at the end of July, though no great change is expected.

    Upper Murray storage levels (as at 14 July 2017)

    • Dartmouth Dam is currently about 78 per cent full, holding 3,026,000 megalitres (ML).

    • Hume Dam is 73 per cent full, holding 2,199,000 ML.

      Climatic outlook

      The Bureau of Meteorology seasonal outlook indicates that below average rainfall conditions over much of the Murray valley are likely from July to September, with above average temperatures.

      Atmospheric and oceanic indicators used to measure the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remain within neutral bounds, and similarly, the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) remains neutral. Therefore the Bureau’s ENSO Outlook is currently INACTIVE, with neither El Niño nor La Niña expected to influence Australia’s climate this year.

      Trade

      In the Murray, trade across the Barmah choke remains restricted to ‘no net trade downstream’. Downstream trade opens automatically to the extent of the volume of any upstream trade.

      The trade restriction protects existing downstream entitlement holders from the risk of delivery shortfall caused by the limited physical capacity of the Barmah choke.

      Water users are encouraged to monitor the MDBA website at http://www.mdba.gov.au/managing- water/water-markets-trade/interstate-water-trade/barmah-choke-trade-balance for information about the trade balance and status of trade.

      Lower Darling water source trade is open, including inter-valley trade.

      Trade into (and within) the Murrumbidgee Valley is open, but trade out of the Murrumbidgee Valley is closed. Water users are encouraged to monitor the WaterNSW website at http://www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee for information about the Murrumbidgee IVT account balance and the current status of Murrumbidgee trade.

    Next announcements
    The next allocation update for the NSW Murray and Lower Darling valleys will be on Tuesday 1 August 2017.

    An updated probability analysis showing likely improvement in water availability under different inflow scenarios, including the rocket diagram, will be issued again on Tuesday 15 August 2017. 



1st July 2017 - Allocation Announcement

Opening allocations announced for Murrumbidgee regulated water users

DPI Water today announced opening available water determinations for water users in the Regulated Murrumbidgee water source for the 2017/18 water year, commencing 1 July 2017.

Regulated river high security water licence holders will have a commencing allocation of 0.95 megalitres per unit share of entitlement, while regulated general security licence holders will commence on 0.17 megalitres per unit share of entitlement.

Domestic and stock, local water utility and high security sub-categories (town water supply, research, community and education and Aboriginal cultural) water licence holders will receive an allocation of 100 per cent of entitlement.

Supplementary water access licence holders, including the supplementary (Lowbidgee) subcategory, will receive an allocation of 1 megalitre per unit share of entitlement.

Supplementary licence holders are reminded that they are only permitted to take supplementary water from this water source in accordance with announcements made by the DPI Water and the conditions of their access licence.

Regulated river (conveyance) access licence holders will receive an allocation of 0.17 megalitres per unit share of entitlement, while Murrumbidgee Irrigation (conveyance) will receive 0.6568 megalitres per unit share and Coleambally (conveyance) will receive 0.8584 megalitres per unit share.

Trade into, from and within the regulated Murrumbidgee Valley resumes as of today.

Daily updates relating to the current Murray / Murrumbidgee inter-valley trade (IVT) account balance and opening or closing triggers are available through the WaterNSW website at - www.waternsw.com.au/customer-service/trading/murrumbidgee.

Blowering Dam is currently holding 77 per cent of capacity, while Burrinjuck Dam is 62 per cent full.

The next water allocation announcement for the regulated Murrumbidgee Valley will be made on 17 July 2017. 


Opening allocations for NSW Murray Valley and Lower Darling water users

DPI Water today announced opening water allocations for licenced water users in the NSW Murray and Lower Darling regulated and unregulated water sources for the new 2017/18 water year, commencing 1 July 2017.

NSW Murray regulated river high security licence holders will commence on 0.97 megalitres per unit share of entitlement, while general security licence holders will receive 0.11 megalitres per unit share.

General security licence holders in the NSW Murray will have full access to water carried over from 2016/17, which is approximately 42 per cent on average.

Carryover in general security accounts, plus the sum of allocations in 2017/18, cannot exceed the account limit of 110 per cent of entitlement.

Local water utility, domestic and stock and high security sub-categories (town water supply, research, and community and education) water access licence holders in the NSW Murray regulated river will receive an allocation of 100 per cent of entitlement.

Supplementary water access licence holders will receive an allocation of 1 megalitre per unit share of entitlement. While regulated river (conveyance) access licence holders will receive an allocation of 0.5427 megalitres per unit share of entitlement.

Stock and domestic and local water utility water access licence holders in the Lower Darling regulated water source will receive 100 per cent of entitlement.

High security and supplementary licence holders will receive 1 megalitre per unit share of entitlement, while general security licence holders will also receive an allocation of 1 megalitre per unit share.

Licence holders are reminded that they are only permitted to take supplementary water from these water sources in accordance with announcements made by the Minister and the conditions of their access licence.

Licence holders in the Murray unregulated and alluvial water sources will receive an allocation of 100 per cent or 1 megalitre per unit share of entitlement.

Domestic and stock, unregulated river and aquifer access licence holders within the area covered by the Lower Murray-Darling unregulated and alluvial water sharing plan will also receive an allocation of 100 per cent or 1 megalitre per unit share of entitlement.

NSW Murray inter and intra valley trade will be in accordance with existing procedures and protocols, including no net trade downstream of the Barmah choke. The 2016/17 Murrumbidgee inter valley trade (IVT) account balance carries into the 2017/18 water year until this water is delivered to the Murray. 





NSW Murray Temporary Trading Resumes

NSW Murray Temporary Trading Resumes

If you wish to buy or sell temp water in these dying stages of the season, this is your opportunity!

Please call our office immediately.

The following information was released from WaterNSW via social media; 

"WaterNSW administers water trading under rules set by the Department of Primary Industries Water (DPI Water).

Trade will recommence after a WaterNSW review of regulations governing trade confirmed that, unlike many previous years, the current Murray Water Sharing Plan does not prohibit trade beyond 31 May this year.

WaterNSW is working with DPI Water to make key elements of the relevant regulations more prominent and readily available to all market participants

The service improvements follow change to trade scheduling implemented by WaterNSW in March this year to enhance confidence in the trade process and in market transparency."


Wilks Water 0269 318 522 

Tom Wilks 0428 694 608

Heather Hatch 0447 473 755 


ATO WEBINAR: THE REGISTER OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIP OF WATER

The ATO will be hosting a series of free webinars about foreign ownership of water access entitlements.

A webinar for water rights holders and their representatives will be held on Wednesday 21 June 2017.
From 1 July 2017, foreign investors may need to notify the ATO if they have certain water access entitlements or contractual water rights. This information will be used to create a Register of Foreign Ownership of Water, known as the Water Register.

Come along to this webinar to find out what type of water entitlements will need to be registered, when you need to register and who will need to register. The ATO will also be on hand during the webinar to answer any questions you may have.

Places in the webinar are limited. To register for the webinar, please head to ato.gov.au/waterregister.

Another webinar for Irrigation Infrastructure Operators will be held on Wednesday 28 June 2017.

If you are not able to attend the webinar, a recording will be made available on ato.gov.au/waterregister at a later date.


Learn About Australias Water Markets

Produced by the Department of Agriculture for the 2017 Global Forum for Food and Agriculture, this video was shot on location throughout Australia and provides an overview of Australia’s Water Markets and how they encourage efficient water use. Water markets and trading have played a significant role in allocating scarce water resources and this video is a great resource for learning how it works. We have been advised that we can freely share the video with our teams and contacts and on social media channels.

Provided by and used with thanks from the Department of Agriculture.


MI and Groundwater Closing

Murrumbidgee Irrigation Closing 13th June

With the public holiday this Monday, June 12th and Murrumbidgee Irrigation closing on June 13th, we strongly recommend you act now on any remaining trades you would like to put through MI to ensure you trade is processed in time and prior to the close of trade.


Groundwater Closing 15th June

Have you organised your Carryover requirements? Are you looking to buy or sell allocation? Groundwater trading closes 15th June!

If you haven't planned your Groundwater needs, call Tom or the team.


Carryover Space Available

We have 2,000ML of Low Reliability @ $40/ML (VIC Murray Zone 6 and Goulburn 1A).

If you're interested in Carryover, feel free to contact the team on 0269 318 522 or Tom on 0429 698 694.