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Water corporations provide a range of water services to customers within their service areas, including:
- water supply
- sewage and trade waste disposal and treatment
- water delivery for irrigation and domestic and stock purposes
- salinity mitigation services.
Several also manage bulk water storage and designated recreational areas and help the operation of the Victorian Water Register.
Which water corporation supplies your area
Our interactive map shows:
- Water storage locations
- Water corporations
- Catchment Management Authorities
- Registered Aboriginal Parties
- Local Government areas
How to use the map
- Enter your address in the Find Location search bar.
- To filter, use the cog icon to narrow your search.
- Select your address using the magnifying glass icon.
- Zoom out and/or select the coloured section of the map for more information.
- If you are having difficulties viewing the map, use the larger version of the map.
Why are the water corporation boundaries not exact?
- Water corporation and catchment management authority boundaries are intended as a guide only.
- In some areas, more than one water corporation may provide different water services.
- Some rural areas may not be serviced by any water corporation.
The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council updates Registered Aboriginal Party boundaries.
Metropolitan water corporations
Urban water corporations
Urban water corporations provide water supply (including recycled water) and sewage and trade waste disposal services to urban customers.
- Barwon Water
- Central Highlands Water
- Coliban Water
- East Gippsland Water
- Goulburn Valley Water
- Gippsland Water
- Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water
- Lower Murray Water
- North East Water
- South Gippsland Water
- Wannon Water
- Westernport Water
Rural water corporations
These water corporations provide rural water services, including water supply, drainage, and salinity mitigation services for irrigation and domestic and stock purposes.
Catchment Management Authorities
Catchment management authorities are responsible for the integrated planning and coordination of land, water and biodiversity management in each catchment and land protection regions.
Page last updated: 08/09/23