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Campaspe Regulated - High Reliability Water Share

State: 
Victoria
SDL resource unit: 
Campaspe (SS7)
Priority or reliability: 
High
Total volume of the class on issue: 
23,466 ML
Historic reliability of the class: 

History of allocations made available against issued water shares are available on the Seasonal Determination Summary page and earlier history is available on the Resource Manager webpage.

Fees and charges: 

Fees and charges associated with this water access right are available on the G-MW fees page.

Carryover arrangements: 

Carryover arrangements for this water access right are available on the carryover page of the Victorian water register.

Timing and manner of making allocation announcements: 

Available water resources are assessed before the start of the irrigation season, and an announcement is made of the seasonal allocation available at that time. The available resources are then reassessed during the irrigation season (usually on the 1st and 15th of the month, or the next business day) and any changes to the allocation are widely publicised. See the Victorian Resource Manager page for further information.

How allocation levels are determined: 

The volume of water available for allocation at any time is the volume actually held in storages, minus up-front commitments, the losses incurred by the storage and delivery of water (eg seepage and evaporation). The up-front commitments include environmental flows, water already allocated, and carryover when it is permitted. See the Victorian Resource Manager page for further information.

Areas to which this water access right may be traded: 

For information on where this water access right (and any water allocation under such a right) may be traded to, please refer to the following Victorian websites:

Note that:

  • the trading rules apply to the trading zone of the right or allocation being traded and the location to which it is being traded;
  • this water access right may occur in more than one trading zone, and different trading rules may apply to the different trading zones;
  • trade opportunities may vary over time; and
  • a trade cannot occur without approval.

For additional information on interstate trade within the southern-connected system, please refer to Schedule D of Murray-Darling Basin Agreement. The Murray-Darling Basin Agreement (Schedule D - Permissible Transfers between Trading Zones) Protocol 2010 outlines the following:

Trade may occur from Campaspe (Zones 4A & 4C) to the following interstate zones:
New South Wales Murray above Barmah Choke; New South Wales Murray below the Barmah Choke; South Australian Murray.

Back trade (according to the rules set by New South Wales) may occur from Campaspe (Zones 4A & 4C) to the following interstate zones:
Murrumbidgee, Lower-Darling.

These trades are allowed subject to any conditions outlined in:

  • Schedule D of the Murray-Darling Basin Agreenment;
  • The Victorian trading rules (referenced above); and
  • The relevant New South Wales and South Australia rules.

For graphical representation please refer to the southern-connected Interstate Water Trading Zones Map and the accompanying Trading Zones Table.

Areas from which water access rights may be traded: 

For information on where water access rights similar to this class (and any water allocation under such a right) may be traded from, please refer to the following Victorian websites:

Note that:

  • the trading rules apply to the trading zone of the right or allocation being traded and the location to which it is being traded;
  • this water access right may occur in more than one trading zone, and different trading rules may apply to the different trading zones;
  • trade opportunities may vary over time; and
  • a trade cannot occur without approval.

For additional information on interstate trade within the southern-connected system, please refer to Schedule D of Murray-Darling Basin Agreement. The Murray-Darling Basin Agreement (Schedule D - Permissible Transfers between Trading Zones) Protocol 2010 outlines the following:

Back trade (according to rules set by Victoria) may occur to Part Campaspe (Zone 4A) and Lower Campaspe (Zone 4C) from the following interstate trading zones:
New South Wales Murray above Barmah Choke; New South Wales Murray below the Barmah Choke; South Australian Murray, Murrumbidgee, Lower-Darling.

These trades are allowed subject to any conditions outlined in:

  • Schedule D of the Murray-Darling Basin Agreenment;
  • The Victorian trading rules (referenced above); and
  • The relevant New South Wales and South Australia rules.

For graphical representation please refer to the southern-connected Interstate Water Trading Zones Map and the accompanying Trading Zones Table.

Water resource type: 
Regulated System
Victorian Entitlement Type: 
Water Share
Form of take: 
Take from a regulated river
Resource Name: 
Campaspe
Location: 
Updated: 04 Jan 2019