MGI represents the interests of groundwater pumpers in the Murrumbidgee Valley. 

We undertake a range of services including lobbying, preparing submission to government enquiries, participating in industry forums and meetings, meeting with Federal and State politicians, assisting members with any groundwater issues they may have.  

The organisation is a constituent of the NSW Irrigators Council, The National Irrigators Council (NIC) and is in support of the newly formed Groundwater Users and Managers (GUM) group.


Murrumbidgee Groundwater Executive

Richard Stott - Chairman (0412 552 682)
Matt Toscan - Vice Chairman

Committee Members

  • Sam Mancini
  • Geoff Guymer
  • Glen Andreazza
  • Vince Zappala
  • Brendan Barry
  • Glen Lok
  • Ian Blight
  • Clinton Brill
  • Murray Shaw
  • Mathew Stott
  • Ben Witham
  • Iva Quarisa (Public Officer)

The Murrumbidgee Valley is a large agricultural area of approximately 84,000 square Kilometres in SW of NSW Australia with an average rainfall of 15 inches.

The main production categories are, cereals, fat lambs, beef cattle, wine grapes, citrus, almonds, wool and rice.

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