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Current location of water allocations in the Barron Water Management Area

Annual Volumetric Limits as at COB 25 September 2020

Unsupplemented

A change to the location of a water allocation is possible between zones.

If the change can be made within the constraints set by the trading rules, then the change will generally be approved.

Barron River Priority Area - All Water Allocations in Group CA
Zone Maximum Annual Volumetric Limit* Projected Annual Volumetric Limit* Trade into zone permitted?
Scrubby Creek Zone 625 635.00 No
Upper Barron Zone A 1,150 1,150.00 No
Upper Barron Zone B 1,150 0.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone C 2,000 0.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone D 3,150 2,000.00 Yes

* Volume in Megalitres

Projected volume represents the forecasted “current volume” assuming all outstanding dealing certificates or applications under assessment will be registered on the water allocations register. This is also referred to as the “annual volumetric limit”.

Barron River Priority Area - All Water Allocations in Group CB
Zone Maximum Annual Volumetric Limit* Projected Annual Volumetric Limit* Trade into zone permitted?
Ahyah Creek Zone 730 630.00 Yes
Leslie Zone A 950 950.00 No
Leslie Zone B 2,775 2,663.00 Yes
Leslie Zone C 978 944.40 Yes
Leslie Zone D 1,058 1,098.00 No
Leslie Zone E 2,324 642.00 Yes
Mazlin Zone A 1,700 1,700.00 No
Mazlin Zone B 1,480 1,060.00 Yes
Mazlin Zone C 522 522.00 No
Peterson Creek Zone 1,130 1,086.00 Yes
Scrubby Creek Zone 1,150 1,082.00 Yes
Tinaroo Zone 1,881 1,506.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone A 370 200.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone B 1,710 1,680.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone C 2,593 1,885.00 Yes
Upper Barron Zone D 2,691 1,644.00 Yes

* Volume in Megalitres

Projected volume represents the forecasted “current volume” assuming all outstanding dealing certificates or applications under assessment will be registered on the water allocations register. This is also referred to as the “annual volumetric limit”.