Water Allocations as at 15 February 2018

By | 15/02/2018

Water authorities periodically update the water allocations. This is the percentage of the share component given to each water licence as allocation water. Here are the allocations as at 15 January 2017.

Victoria

High Reliability

Murray 100 % (unchanged)
Broken 100 % (unchanged)
Goulburn 100 % (unchanged)
Campaspe 100 % (unchanged)
Loddon 100 % (unchanged)
Bullarook Creek 100 % (unchanged)

Low Reliability

Broken 100 % (unchanged)
Campaspe 55 % (up from 52 %)
Bullarook Creek 100 % (unchanged)
All other systems 0 %

Groundwater

Katunga WSPA 100 % (unchanged)
Lower Campaspe Valley WSPA 100 % (unchanged)
Loddon Highlands 75% Newlyn Zone 100% all other zones
Mid-Loddon GMA 100 %
Lower Ovens GMA 100 % (unchanged)
Other GMUs and unincorporated areas 100 % (unchanged)

 

New South Wales

High Security

Murray 97 % (unchanged)
Murrumbidgee 95 % (unchanged)
Lower Darling 100 % (unchanged)
Lachlan 100 % (unchanged)
Macquarie 100 % (unchanged)
Cudgegong 100 % (unchanged)
Upper Namoi 100 % (unchanged)
Lower Namoi 100 % (unchanged)
Gwydir 100 % (unchanged)
Bega-Brogo 100 % (unchanged)

General Security

Murray 49 % (unchanged)
Murrumbidgee 34 % (up from 33 %)
Lower Darling 100 % (unchanged)
Lachlan 2 % (unchanged)
Macquarie 38 % (unchanged)
Cudgegong 38 % (unchanged)
Upper Namoi 100 % (unchanged)
Lower Namoi 7.08 % (unchanged)
Gwydir 17.59 % (up from 17.4 %)
Bega-Brogo 75 % (up from 70 %)

Groundwater

Lower Murrumbidgee 100 % (unchanged)
Lower Murray 100 % (unchanged)

 

South Australia

Murray 100 % (unchanged)

 

References

Victoria
GMW Groundwater
New South Wales
South Australia

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