Victorian Water Sector
The Victorian water sector is made up of nineteen water corporations constituted under the Water Act 1989. The water corporations provide a range of water services to customers across the State. Several of them also manage bulk water storages and designated recreational areas throughout Victoria.
Do you need help determining who provides your water services?
View an interactive map that assists you to locate the water corporation that services your address.
Alternatively you can view more general information on all the Victorian metropolitan and regional (both urban and rural) water corporations below.
If you live in Regional Victoria click the button to determine approximately who provides your water services then click the appropriate part of the map to contact that water corporation.
If you live in Metropolitan Melbourne click the button to determine approximately who provides your water services then click the appropriate part of the map to contact that water corporation.
There are 10 Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) across Victoria who are primarily responsible for managing catchment resources. Click the button to view a list of the CMAs which also links you to their websites.
Regulators play a key role in setting economic, environmental and social obligations upon water businesses. The Minister for Water is the water industry’s portfolio Minister. Click the button to view a list of the various regulators and to read an outline of their regulatory role in the Victorian water industry.