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Information about Watermatch
Forum rules Watermatch is a free online service, designed to help people trade water.

Once you have registered, you can advertise to buy or sell water.
Depending on the water that you wish to trade, choose from the Groundwater, Surface Water (rivers and creeks) and Irrigation District (SRW only) forum.
Select a new topic to create your ad. Your ad can be to buy or sell water, and must describe the source of your water, quantity of water you want to buy or sell, how long you want to trade for and your contact details. If you are happy to put a buying or selling price, this can be included here too.
If you want to respond to an ad, you can use the email link or contact the advertiser direct.
It is an online trading forum, and can also be used by people who are not on the internet, with help from our staff.
Watermatch allows you to register your interest in either buying or selling water in areas managed by Goulburn Murray Water, Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water or Southern Rural Water.
Who can use it?
Anyone can use watermatch. You may be an existing licence holder who wants to sell water, or buy more water.
You may not currently have a licence, but you want to buy water in the region.

How does it work?
• register as a user (a very simple process)
• go to the Rural Water Authority, system or district you are interested in and check current entries
• add in any entry for any water you want to sell or buy

What information should I include in my ad?
• If you are wanting to buy or sell
• your name
• phone number
• name of river, creek, groundwater management area
• how much water is to be traded
• If the trade is temporary or permanent
• term of the trade (Maximum term is 5 years)

Things you need to know
We are always looking for ways to improve our customer service. If you would like to provide feedback or suggested improvements please contact either Goulburn Murray Water, Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water or Southern Rural Water

It’s important to note that the Rural Water Authorities are not acting, and will not act, as a water broker.
We cannot advise you on price of water or match you individually with a buyer/seller.

Buyers and sellers still need to go through our normal application process.
Trading applications must be submitted to your Rural Water Authority and approval granted before water is taken. A water transfer application form can be downloaded from your Rural Water Authorities web site.
If you want to trade upstream, please speak to an Assessment Officers prior to submitting an application.
To check if a buyer or seller can trade with you, call your Rural Water Authority and ask to speak to an Assessment Officer.

Not a water broker
It’s important to note that Southern Rural Water ,Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water and Goulburn-Murray Water are not acting, and will not act, as a water broker.
We cannot advise you on price of water or match you individually with a buyer/seller.
Buyers and sellers still need to go through our normal application process

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