My water provides electronic access to the Victorian Water Register and allows registered users to see their accounts and trade allocation.
New from July 2015 - Applications for bore construction licences can now be made online using MyWater.
If you are already registered for My water you can login below.
Please note: My water supports the following browsers; Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox.
My water includes three main components; (1) Online allocation trading (2) Online services for brokers, and (3) Online applications for bore construction licences, which are detailed below.
Online allocation trading allows allocation account holders to trade allocation on the Victorian Water Register website with near-instant approval (in most cases), at a reduced fee. Click here for fees. Online allocation trading also allows you to:
If you want to become an online allocation trading customer, please print out a Form 39a (available below), read the instructions on the back, complete the form and lodge it with your water corporation. Once the form has been processed, you will receive login details by email.
You can get online access via a Broker Portal to lodge applications to trade allocation on behalf of your customers (with a near-instant result in most cases), at a reduced fee. Click here for fees.
A 'getting started' document (updated September 2014) is available below. The first step is to enter into an Agreement (which also refers to Common Rules which in turn refer to Instructions) with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Once that has been processed, you will receive login details by email.
Here is a user guide for the Broker Portal.
You can also choose to build your own computer system to directly link via an API to the Victorian Water Register – this may be useful for brokers and exchanges who do a large number of trades. This API gives you the same facilities as the Broker Portal and is subject to the same Agreement. If you wish to do this, please email your contact details to email@example.com, and someone will contact you to discuss it further.
If you need a bore for stock and domestic purposes you can apply online and get same day approval in most cases. Please read the Fact sheet below for more information.
The automated facility extends to BCLs for the purposes of monitoring and investigation. Hydrogeological and Environmental Consultants can take advantage of this facility by registering as service providers. Please read the Fact sheet available below for more information. If you wish to register as a service provider please email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will contact you to discuss it further.
In order to apply for observation bore construction licences you need to be registed a little differently. In this case it is imperative you contact our support team at email@example.com
A user guide with some hints and tips is available below.