GMW’s podcast series aims to engage listeners on all things water, with some of our most interesting people across GMW and the water industry.
The podcast episodes will have the ability for listeners to dive into topics without having to set aside time to read or watch a video.
With a focus on a specific theme or topic around water each month, the podcasts will be available for free - you can listen to each episode below, or download them from Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.
Episode 4: Manager Customer Experience Lisa Dudley
This month, Manager Customer Experience Lisa Dudley explains some of the ways we are making our services quicker and easier to use.
Saving time is great, and in this episode, Lisa explains some of the ways we are speaking up the process with paying bills and applying for licenses.
Episode 3: Recreation and Land Officer Chris Braden
This month, Recreation and Land Officer Chris Braden speaks about the recreational offerings at GMW’s storages and waterways.
With summer approaching, Chris speaks about some of the many activities people can enjoy on GMW's storages and waterways.
Chris also discusses GMW's plans to improve these storages into the future.
Episode 2: Manager Water Systems Operations Craig Kellow
This month, Manager Water Systems Operations Craig Kellow discusses water ordering.
With irrigation season now underway, Craig and his team are busy providing 24-hour service for our customers.
Craig explains how to get the most out of our water ordering services, including how to place irrigation orders and monitor their water uses online.
Episode 1: Northern Victoria Resource Manager Mark Bailey
Resource Manager Mark Bailey talks water management and allocations.
As Resource Manager, Mark makes seasonal determinations for all of Northern Victorian regulated river systems including the Goulburn, Broken, Campaspe, Loddon, Bullarook and Murray regulated river systems.
Mark explains to us how these determinations are made, answering some of most frequent questions about irrigation, such as ‘what is the difference between water shares and allocations?’ and ‘what is the function of low and high water shares?’