End of season water trading

June 2009
Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker;2009, Issue 545, p33
This article reports on the start of closure in May 2009 of water markets across the southern Murray-Darling Basin in New South Wales. The first market connected to the Murray Basin to close was the Murray Irrigation Ltd. In Victoria, the Goulburn-Murray Water and Lower Murray Water have asked that all interstate trade be submitted by June 2, 2009 and trades by June 16, 2009. Meanwhile, in South Australia temporary trading for the season will close on June 30, 2009. It notes that water sold between $340 to $350 per megalitre.


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