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  • Your water bill is calculated depending on how much water you use and any relevant service charges.

    Household water bills can include costs for:

    • Water consumption
    • Water Availability
    • Sewerage Availability

     Commercial water bills can include costs for:

    • Water consumption
    • Water Availability
    • Sewerage Availability
    • Fire Service Charge 
    • Trade Waste Charge

    Find out more about paying your bill

  • GWMWater is responsible for maintaining the water meter. We will replace the meter at no cost under normal maintenance conditions. Where there’s no meter, or the meter is inaccessible, we’re responsible up to and including the first stop tap at your property boundary. You’re responsible for the safe custody of the meter and will have to pay for its replacement, should it go missing or is damaged through misuse. You’re also responsible for the pipe beyond the water meter leading into your property.

    If there’s no water meter, or the water meter is not situated at the front of your property, such as with units and townhouses, you’re responsible for the pipe (known as the service line) beyond the stop tap, which is located at the property boundary.

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  • You can use your water meter to check for leaks. Simply note and then compare your water meter reading before and after a period of no water use. More advice about checking for a water leak.

     

    Customers connected to the Wimmera or Northern Mallee pipeline

    If you're one of our customers connected to the Wimmera or Northern Mallee pipelines, you can also use our Customer Portal, a free online system that allows you to monitor your water and get leak alerts via your smart phone, tablet, laptop or home computer. Read more about Customer Portal.

  • If you’re purchasing a property and going through a solicitor or conveyancer, you don’t need to notify us.

    We require a legal Title to change the ownership of a property. If you have a solicitor or conveyancer, they will send this to us with your details via a Notice of Acquisition after settlement.

    Make sure your mailing address is up to date.

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  • Your water meter has black and red numbers. The black numbers show the reading in kilolitres. The red numbers indicate hundreds, tens of litres and litres respectively.

    Find out more about your water meter

Blue green algae warnings

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Taylors Lake

Blue-green algae warning for Taylors Lake has been lifted

The blue-green algae warning for Taylors Lake has been lifted.  Testing of water samples and visual inspection indicates that the water in Taylors Lake is safe for recreational activities, including swimming, boating and fishing.

The water in Taylors Lake will continue to be regularly monitored.

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Lake Toolondo

Blue Green Algae warning for Lake Toolondo

GWMWater is warning the public to avoid direct contact with water in Lake Toolondo after monitoring detected levels of blue green algae above levels considered safe for recreational use.

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What are our water levels like?

Taylors Lake

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Current
79%
Last year
47%

Taylors Lake is an off-stream reservoir and a reliable water source for the region. Sitting 20 km south-east of Horsham, it's supplied from upstream storage within the Wimmera-Glenelg headworks. The nearby Potters Creek also serves as a small natural catchment.

The lake has an important role in supplying environmental water to the Wimmera River. It's also very popular with Horsham locals for recreation, especially fishing and water skiing. When other lakes are dry, Taylors Lake will often still have water to enjoy.

Recreational activities permitted
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