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Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community
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Growing our future together - Customers, Company, Community

We are one of the largest private irrigation companies in Australia serving over 3,000 landholdings owned by over 2,500 customers within an area of 660,000 hectares. The irrigation water and drainage services we provide have helped create a diverse and highly productive agricultural region known as the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA). The vibrant communities of the MIA offer a range of education, arts, entertainment, sports and recreational activities.  

Blue green algae update - Wah Wah alert lifted
Blue green algae (BGA) levels in the Wah Wah Outfall Channel System are now within guidelines for domestic, livestock and recreational purposes, and the BGA 'Red Alert' issued on 25 December 2016 has been lifted. Please refer to our ‘Water Quality’ page under the ‘Environment’ tab for regular updates and monitoring results.

MI NEWS

IRRIGATION INFRASTRUCTURE SURPLUS ITEMS FOR SALE 20 Jan 2017
Offers are invited for the purchase and removal of new and used irrigations items, which include headwalls, various size concrete pipes, sumps and culverts located at the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Lake Paddock storage yard situated on McQuillan Road Leeton.
Road intersection closed - alternative access to MI office 12 Jan 2017
Access to MI's Hanwood Office will be via alternative routes from Monday 16 January 2017 for approximately five months due to a new roundabout construction being carried out by Griffith City Council. See map for more info.
Wah Wah Stock & Domestic tank filling 6 Jan 2017
Murrumbidgee Irrigation advises Wah Was Stock & Domestic customers that water will be available to fill tanks in the Wah Wah Stock and Domestic District commencing 9 to 23 January.

OTHER RELATED NEWS

MDBA- info sessions in Griffith and Leeton 16 Jan 2017
The Murray–Darling Basin Authority are holding drop in information sessions in Griffith (24 Jan) and Leeton (25 Jan)
IREC- Maximising on-farm irrigation profitability tour 10 Jan 2017
As part of the Maximising on Farm Irrigation Profitability project IREC is hosting a three day irrigation cropping tour to Narrabri and Moree.
DPI Water - Allocations increased to 100% 15 Nov 2016
Allocations for Murrumbidgee general security licences holders has increased by 24%, while high security licence holders are to receive an increase of 5%. This means that both licence categories have reached full entitlement. Full allocation is also available to conveyance entitlements.
DPI Water - Water Allocation Statement - GS increases to 76%  1 Nov 2016
Murrumbidgee general security allocation has increased by 5% taking the current allocation to 76% of entitlement.
DPI Water- Supplementary access extended  27 Oct 2016
DPI Water has extended access to supplementary water for parts of the Murrumbidgee systems

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