Last Temp Trades
|Murrumbidgee||1000ML @ $360/ML|
|Zone 3 bore||300ML @ $140/ML|
|Lachlan||40ML @ $325/ML|
Last Perm Trades
|Lower Murrumbidgee GW||$2450/ML|
|Lower Murray GW||$1500/ML|
Why use Key Water?
Professional local brokers with basin-wide trading experience & beyond
People with real on-farm knowledge
Competitive commission rates, which means more money in your pocket
Small personable team who are easy to deal with and focus on completing your trade in a timely manner
Relevant information without the bombarding of unnecessary calls
Purely water trading focused business
Separate client funds holding account & professional indemnity insurance
It’s about you – giving you the information to make decisions when you want or need to
Buy or sell temporary & permanent surface water & groundwater Australia wide.
At Key Water we offer a simple process where you can bid on available temporary or permanent water, or even submit your own buy or sell order. We also keep you up to date with latest water market prices on our Last Trades page and provide you with opportunities such as forward water, carry over space, leases and delivery entitlements on our Water Market Opportunities page.
We’re your local water broking company focusing purely on water trading.
Key Water is a locally owned water broking company in Griffith NSW focused purely on water. We are here to help you trade temporary and permanent water as simply as possible. Our focus is on customer service-helping you do what you want to do, when you want to do it, and giving you the information to help you make those key decisions.
Our trading and broking experience covers all the major and many of the not-so-major trading area’s, so take advantage of this experience with personalised service, whether you own 5ML or 5000ML we can help you with your water needs.
What farmers say about Key Water…
Key Water is our first call for our water needs and advice on the market . We trust them to help us do what’s right for us because of their great market knowledge and experience, as well as their contacts both locally and in the wider system.
Chris Morshead- Murrumbidgee Rice Farmer