Levels of Blue-green algae at Red Cliffs, Psyche pumps, Mildura and Merbein continue to fluctuate, however, remain below red alert levels. We advise raw water customers to top up tanks and be prepared to isolate their supply if the levels rise again.  We are continuing to monitor levels from Boundary Bend to Lock 9.

For more information about Blue Green Algae, see the link below.

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Chair and Board thank Managing Director for his service

After more than four years at Lower Murray Water, Mr Philip Endley has announced that he will be leaving the role of Managing Director to pursue new opportunities.

Lower Murray Water Chair, Cheryl Rix, thanked Phil for his contribution and hard work over the past four years and noted that, under Phil’s leadership, there had been positive impacts across the region.

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The Victorian Government is committed to community engagement and increasing diversity in water sector leadership. This will encourage new ideas and ensure we best reflect our diverse communities.

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is:

  • Promoting board opportunities to talented candidates from all walks of life;
  • Increasing diversity on boards including the number of women and Aboriginal Victorians in the water and catchment sector; and
  • Encouraging and attracting talented candidates to apply in regional Victoria.

Expressions of interest close 1 April 2019.

More information HERE – get involved!


Target Your Water Use is a voluntary water efficiency program to assist and encourage  regional Victorians to use their water wisely.

The program applies to residential and business urban water customers in regional Victoria.

Using water responsibly is your opportunity to help secure water supplies and create greener and more liveable communities for now and into the future

Click here to know how to save water!

Acknowledgement of Country

The management and staff at Lower Murray Water proudly acknowledges the traditional owners; the Barapa Barapa Peoples, the Wamba Wamba Peoples, the Wadi Wadi Peoples, the Tatti Tatti Peoples, the Latji Latji Peoples, the Nyeri Nyeri Peoples and the Werigia Peoples and respect their connection to both their land and waterways. The land and water are to be respected and nurtured, to be in keeping with these First Nations Peoples.