The Warrill Valley Water Supply Scheme was established following the construction of Moogerah Dam in 1961 and is located along Reynolds Creek and Warrill Creek, downstream to the Bremer River.
Resource operations plan
The Warrill Valley Water Supply Scheme is regulated under the Moreton Resource Operations Plan (ROP). The ROP can be accessed by clicking here.
Network service plan
A recommendation from the 2013-17 irrigation pricing review was for Seqwater to produce and publish an annual Network Service Plan (NSP) for the information of irrigation customers. The annual NSP contains scheme information such as historical water usage information and covers both operating and renewals expenditure and future material renewal forecast expenditure. The current year annual NSP and prior year annual NSP can be accessed via the links below.
Water supply contract
The Water Act 2000 requires that the holder of a water allocation in this scheme must have a supply contract with Seqwater.
For irrigators who were not party to a water supply contract when the scheme came under the Moreton Resource Operations Plan, the Water Act 2000 provides for a standard water supply contract to apply. In other words, a standard supply contract is statutorily deemed to be in place between each customer and Seqwater when a supply contract is not already in place.
A copy of the deemed standard supply contract may be accessed here.
When a water allocation is sold, the purchaser of the water allocation is required to enter into a water supply contract with Seqwater before the transfer of the water allocation is able to be completed. For further information please contact us at email@example.com or call 1800 077 005.
Water year: 2016-17
High priority announced allocations: 100%
Medium priority announced allocations: 100%
While Seqwater encourages water trading, we do not have a role in advising on or facilitating the permanent trading of water allocations. However, to assist customers who are seeking to permanently trade water, we have created a link to the Department of Natural Resources and Mines guide to water trading and markets. The guide can be accessed by clicking here.
Customers wishing to enter into seasonal assignments or temporary trades of water need to complete a Temporary Transfer Application Form. Completed forms may be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to PO Box 328, Ipswich QLD 4305.
1 July to 30 June
Download the scheme map [4MB]
Seqwater holds customer consultation forums at least annually to consult on the network service plan and customer service standards as well as other Scheme issues that may arise from time to time. Attendance at customer consultation forums is open to all irrigation customers of the Scheme and other stakeholders.
The date, time and location of the next consultation forum will be advised.
Service targets for the Warrill Valley Water Supply Scheme may be accessed here.
For further information or if you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com