Goulburn Valley Water is an urban water corporation operating in Victoria’s Hume Region. It provides drinking water, sewerage collection and treatment, recycled water and trade waste services to a population of over 125,000 residents and 6,000 businesses.
Goulburn Valley Water’s area of responsibility extends across 20,000 square kilometres, from the outskirts of Melbourne in the south to the Murray River in the north.
Drinking Water Supplied
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Local government areas served by Goulburn Valley Water include:
- Greater Shepparton
Note: This map is indicative only. Please contact Goulburn Valley Water for more accurate service area information. You can also use our interactive map to find out whether your location is serviced by Goulburn Valley Water.
Almost half of the towns serviced by Goulburn Valley Water are supplied directly from rivers and streams including the Goulburn, Murray, Broken, Steavenson, and Delatite river systems and smaller local streams including Sunday Creek, Seven Creeks, Nine Mile Creek and Mollison’s Creek. Other towns are supplied from channels, reservoirs or storages and one town, Katunga, is supplied by a groundwater bore.
More detailed information about water sources can be found in Goulburn Valley Water’s latest Annual Water Quality Report.
Assets at a glance
Goulburn Valley Water operates and maintains a range of assets, including the following water and sewerage infrastructure.
water treatment plants
tanks and reservoirs
km of sewer mains
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for Goulburn Valley Water’s strategic planning and is accountable to the Minister for Water for the corporation’s performance. The Board is supported and advised by the Executive, led by the Managing Director, who oversee the corporation’s day-to-day management under the leadership of the Managing Director.
Address: 104-110 Fryers St, Shepparton VIC 3630
Postal: PO Box 185, Shepparton VIC 3632
Phone: (03) 5832 4800
The information on this page was sourced from Goulburn Valley Water’s 2017-18 Annual Report and 2016-17 Annual Water Quality Report.
Page last updated: 08/02/19