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Mitchell River winterfill

Applications are now open for Mitchell River system winterfill licences for eligible participants.

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Southern Rural Water acknowledges and recognises Aboriginal people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land and waters on which we work and live and we respect their deep and ongoing connection to Country.

Allocations

(Click on the links below to visit the allocation page)
  • High Reliability 100% 100%
  • Low Reliability 0% 0%
  • High Reliability 90% 90%
  • Low Reliability 0% 0%
  • 50% 50%

Southern Rural Water covers an area of 88,000 km2, or 37% of the state. To find out if your property is in Southern Rural Water’s area, visit the water in your region web page. A seasonal allocation tells irrigators what percentage of their high and low reliability water shares they can use for the season. It reflects how much water is actually available in storage.

Southern Rural Water is responsible for 7 storages in its region, together with a number of smaller regulating structures. From these storages we harvest and store water for irrigation customers, urban water corporations and the Latrobe Valley Power generators in accordance with the provisions of Bulk Entitlement Orders.

Latest News

Mitchell River winterfill

Southern Rural Water has made the first 2 gigalitres (GL) of Mitchell River winterfill water available for applications for take-and-use licences on the Mitchell River system.   Applications are open from Monday 23 November to 5pm 21 December 2020.  SRW will then...

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Two new jobs for young unemployed

Southern Rural Water (SRW) has two exciting job opportunities available through the Youth Employment Program. Funded by the State government as part of the coronavirus (COVID-19) Roadmap to Recovery, SRW is looking to provide meaningful employment for young people in...

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Southern Rural Water acknowledges and recognises Aboriginal people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land and waters on which we work and live, and we respect their deep and ongoing connection to Country. For more about the First Nations peoples on whose Country we work, click here.