Your South Australian water allocation, licence, trade and permit information in one place
mywater is a new 24/7 online water management system and customer portal, which will be introduced in South Australia in late 2022.
mywater has been developed with input from stakeholders including growers, irrigators, water traders, brokers, financiers, bore drillers and those in the dam construction sector. They asked for a range of improvements to the state’s ageing water management system. mywater is the solution.
Features of mywater include:
- A customer-focused online water licensing portal;
- Up-to-date and easily accessible State Water Register;
- Flexibility to trade water allocations when customers require;
- Online access so customers can manage/update their accounts;
- Reduced trading times, with automation and faster processing;
- Easier and streamlined water licensing and permit applications;
- Access to more information to inform critical decisions about water;
- Timely information/data to help plan for issues such as extreme droughts, floods, changes to policy and regulations;
- Improved alignment of data interfaces between the South Australian, New South Wales and Victorian water management and accounting systems.
From late 2022, you will be able to manage your South Australian water allocation, licence, trade and permit information in one place. Use mywater to:
- Apply for a water licence
- Submit a meter read
- View your water allocation and site conditions
- Apply to transfer or trade water entitlements and allocations
- Apply for a well permit
- Pay your account
- And many more functions
The customer portal will be available online and via mobile devices, including smart phones and tablets.
This Murray-Darling Basin reform project is jointly funded by the Australian and South Australian governments and is being delivered by the South Australian Department for Environment and Water.