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GMW Water Entitlements and Waterfind Permanent Water Auction
Place a bid for the exclusive Waterfind and GMW Permanent Water Auction.
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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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Carryover allows unused water to be carried over for use in the following water year.
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Long Term Leasing
Secure access to a water entitlement for a specified period of time.
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Permanent Water Market
Transfer all or part of a water access entitlement permanently or for a defined period.
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Temporary Water Market Price
Transfer an allocation in a current irrigation season.
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Options Trading
Pay an Insurance Premium to secure the right to buy or sell your water at an agreed price in a predetermined future delivery period.
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Inter-Valley Trade
Learn about Inter-Valley Trade limits and restrictions
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The Australian Water Tender
Promote your Permanent water to hundreds of buyers and sellers in this annual end of season event.
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Valuations & Reports
Reports specific to your requirements assisting you with how you trade water.
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With almost 20 years as industry leaders in the water market, Waterfind has developed a wide range of products and services to help you buy, sell and value your water assets.

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