We understand the significant financial strain some individuals, families and businesses may be experiencing over the coming months. We are committed to supporting our customers during this challenging time.

Click below to learn about our Financial
Hardship Assistance Program.

As part of our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Lower Murray Water is implementing additional precautions so that we can continue to make sure customers have the support they need while ensuring we deliver our essential water and waste water services.

LMW continues to deliver safe drinking water as well as all other services.

We monitor levels of Blue-green algae in the River within our service region. We are a convening agency within the region for Blue Green Algae (BGA) monitoring and reporting.

Reconciliation Action Plan

Our Reflect RAP forms part of our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy 2017-2020 and works collaboratively with our employment strategy and the organisation’s aims, values and goals.

Customer Consultation Opportunity

Are you interested in providing customer feedback on issues relating to services, future projects, water quality and pricing? Would you like to have your voice heard and influence Lower Murray Water services that affect you and the community?

Drought support
Millewa and surrounds

The Victorian Government provides a range of assistance to support local communities and farm businesses to manage the impact of drought, including information, tools and resources provided by Agriculture Victoria.

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Latest on our News & Media

The Victorian Government is committed to improving water market transparency and making our information more available and accessible than ever before.

Lower Murray Water has today announced the implementation of Stage 1 urban water use restrictions, effective from 12.01am, Thursday 21 November 2019.

With warmer weather approaching soon it’s important for customers to follow the Permanent Water Saving Rules when using water in the garden and at home.

Livestock producers are being encouraged to assess how much on-farm stock water they have and how long it will last as we head into spring and summer.

Board appointments have been announced across the state for Victoria’s water corporations by Minister for Water Lisa Neville.

This letter provides information on the 2019/20 annual allocation against your water shares and the outlook for the rest of the year.

With warmer weather approaching soon it’s important for customers to follow the Permanent Water Saving Rules when using water in the garden and at home.

The Board of Lower Murray Water (LMW) is pleased to announce the appointment of Anthony Couroupis as its new Managing Director.

Victoria’s water industry will lead Australia with a new renewable energy deal that will slash greenhouse gas emissions and keep Victorian water bills down.

Lower Murray Water will join 12 other leading Victorian water corporations in a new energy joint venture that will help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and maintain affordable water bills for customers.

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