• For results of our Annual Auction see the Water Auction page

  • Lower Murrumbidgee Zone 1, 2 & 3 Groundwater in demand post-Auction
        

  • Record prices for Murrumbidgee General & High Security at last Friday's Water Auction

  • Murrumbidgee Carryover Space WANTED
     

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ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT - 15TH AUGUST 2016

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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Murrumbidgee General Security allocation has increased 6% to 50%. Above average wet conditions in July eased in the early part of August. Storage levels are rising slowly and downstream tributaries above Wagga Wagga are providing significant inflows to the main river.
 
NSW Murray General Security has increased by 13% to 25%. This improvement is largely from tributary inflows including the use of unregulated flow to meet operational requirements.
 
The next allocation announcement will be 1st September 2016.
 
Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation increases to 50% of entitlement.
 
Murrumbidgee High Security water remains at 95% of entitlement.
 
NSW Murray General Security water allocation announced today at 25% of entitlement.
 
NSW Murray High Security water remains at 97% of entitlement.

 

See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCMENT - 1ST AUGUST 2016

        

 
 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

 
 
 
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Murrumbidgee General Security allocation has increased to 44% as a result of continued wet conditions which has further boosted the upper storage levels of the Murrumbidgee.

  

NSW Murray General Security has increased to 12% as a result of tributary inflows in recent weeks and includes improvement in Snowy Hydro delivery.

 

The next allocation announcement will be 15th August 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation increases to 44% of entitlement.

 

Murrumbidgee High Security water remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation announced today at 12% of entitlement.

 

NSW Murray High Security water remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

 
See past and present Allocation Announcements on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here


ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT - 15TH JULY 2016

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

 
 
 
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Murrumbidgee General Security allocation has increased due to significant inflows over the past two weeks.

 

NSW Murray General Security has increased from 0 to 4% due to substantial tributary inflows in recent weeks and includes improvement in Snowy Hydro delivery.

 

The next allocation announcement will be 1st August 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation increases to 33% of entitlement.

 

Murrumbidgee High Security water remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation announced today at 4% of entitlement.

 

NSW Murray High Security water remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

 
See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT - 1st JULY 2016

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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Murrumbidgee Allocation. 

Season commences with strong allocation. Further to the General and High Allocations the Supplementary event has been extended through to 9th July with further extensions likely.

NSW Murray Allocation.

Season commences with no allocation to General Security. 

The next allocation announcement will be 15th July 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation opens today at 20% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation opens today at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation announced today at 0% of entitlement.

NSW Murray High Security water opens today at 97% of entitlement. 

 

See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCMENT - 15th APRIL 2016

 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

 
 
 
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No Increase in Murrumbidgee Allocation. 

Persistent hot and dry weather has led to continued high demand for water and relatively high water losses across the valley.

There has been no increase to NSW Murray general security allocation primarily due to limited inflows and conditions remaining hot and dry.

The next allocation announcement will be 2nd May 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation remains at 37% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation remains at 23% of entitlement.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

 
For more information regarding the allocation announcement please see the
See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

       

15th March 2016 Allocation Announcement

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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No Increase in Murrumbidgee Allocation. 

There has been little runoff into storages as hot and dry weather conditions prevailed.

There has been no increase to NSW Murray general security allocation primarily due to limited inflows and conditions remaining hot and dry.

The next allocation announcement will be 1st April 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation remains at 37% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation remains at 23% of entitlement.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

For more information regarding the allocation announcement please see the
Media Release 

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150316 NSW Murray Allocation 150316 NSW Murray Allocation (147 KB)

See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT - 15TH FEBRUARY 2016

                                                                                                   

                        

 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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Increase to Murrumbidgee Allocation. Rainfall earlier this month has provided some useful inflows & river losses have trended lower providing a small improvement to available resources.

There has also been an increase to NSW Murray general security allocation due to recent rains & actual river loses being significantly less than forecast.

The next allocation announcement will be 1st March 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation increases by 1% to 36% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation increases by 4% to 23of entitlement.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

For more information regarding the allocation announcement please see the
See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

       
                                                                                                             

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ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT - 15TH JANUARY 2016

                        

 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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There is no increase to Murrumbidgee general security allocations at this time due to the hot & dry conditions across the catchment resulting in very low inflows.

There is also no increase to NSW Murray general security allocation due to very low system inflows.

The next allocation announcement will be 1st February 2016. 

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation remains at 32% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation remained at 19% of entitlement.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

For more information regarding the allocation announcement please see the
See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

       
                                           

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Allocation Announcement - 1st December 2015

                              

           

 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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There is no increase to Murrumbidgee general security allocation at this time as there has been no rainfall recorded across the catchment since mid-November & temperatures have been well above median.

NSW Murray general security allocation has increased by 1% due to slightly better then expected inflows into the upper Murray since the last assessment.

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation remains at 31% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation increased by 1% to 15%.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement. 

 

For more information regarding the allocation announcement please see the
See past and present Media Releases on the NSW Office of Water website by clicking here

       
          

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Allocation Announcement -16th November 2015

 

ALLOCATION ANNOUNCEMENT

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Rainfall earlier this month has met some system demand and reduced losses thereby providing a small improvement to available resources.

System demands are likely to see significant draw-down in the upper storages as the peak summer period approaches, particularly if conditions remain dry with limited tributary inflow.

 

Murrumbidgee General Security water allocation increased by 2% to 31% of entitlement.

Murrumbidgee High Security water allocation remains at 95% of entitlement. 


NSW Murray General Security water allocation increased by 1% to 14%.

NSW Murray High Security water allocation remains at 97% of entitlement.