We have a range of specialist products and services to support your interest in investing in or managing an existing investment in Australian water rights.

Waterfind’s Valuations Division brings together 18 years of Waterfind’s water trading data, expertise and knowledge of the Australian water market, with globally accepted econometric and statistical principles.

Specialist reports and valuations are prepared by our in-house team with the aim of helping you to better understand your water entitlement, as well as all the water markets throughout Australia.

Products & Services

Forward Trade
Forward Trading
Buy or sell allocation water at a later date in the current water season or in future water season.
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Carry Over
Carryover allows unused water to be carried over for use in the following water year.
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Long-term Leasing
Long Term Leasing
Secure access to a water entitlement for a specified period of time.
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Inter-valley Trade
Inter-Valley Trade
Learn about Inter-Valley Trade limits and restrictions.
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Valuations & Reports

Valuations & Reports
Valuation Services
Providing in-depth analysis and key insights into your chosen water market.
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Index Reports
Waterfind Water Market Index Reports
Informative permanent entitlement indices used to assist your trading and investment decisions.
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Annual Reports
Australian Annual Water Market Report 2019-20
A comprehensive report outlining the key events and statistics of the 2019 - 2020 water season.
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Why Choose Waterfind?

The Waterfind brand draws on over 50 years of service to the sector and has played a pivotal role in the development and maturing of Australian water markets. Waterfind Founder, Tom Rooney, is a long-time advocate and promoter of the impact that efficient water markets can have in assisting regions to improve their efficient use of water resources which are becoming increasingly scarce.

Waterfind has expanded its operations to include a Water Valuations Division to further assist customers in recognising the full value of their water assets, and further improve market education, knowledge and transparency. 

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