• Riverina Institute of TAFE

    Riverina Institute is a vocational education and training provider with a network of 19 campuses across 154,000 square kilometres of the Riverina-Murray region in southern NSW. Riverina Institute is one of the most innovative, flexible and passionate education and training providers in Australia. We design and conduct tailored training programs for business and industry across […]

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  • McCullough Robertson Lawyers

    McCullough Robertson is a leading independent Australian law firm with more than 430 employees and 51 partners across our Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle offices. Our water industry lawyers have been involved in a diverse range of matters involving water management, from the negotiation of complex supply agreements, to the construction of water transportation pipelines […]

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  • Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Victoria

    DELWP manages Victoria’s water resources in partnership with a network of government agencies and water authorities. We manage groundwater, catchments and waterways, infrastructure, water saving and re-use projects, flood management, governance and water legislation. Our expertise ranges from river hydrology and environmental science to water engineering, planning and specialist industry technologies.

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  • Sentek Pty Ltd

    Sentek provides sensors, telemetry and software solutions for precision measurement and management of soil water, temperature and salinity dynamics. Used in a diverse range of applications including research, environmental monitoring and commercial agriculture, Sentek products have gained international credibility, including published peer review, among research agencies and commercial enterprises. They are sold and supported through […]

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  • Blackwatch Consulting Pty Ltd

    Brett Tucker established Blackwatch Consulting in 2016 following a successful 26 years of operations and Chief Executive roles in the water and agricultural sectors. Blackwatch specialises in providing high end technical and strategic advice to public and private water utilities as well as the private contracting market seeking to do business in the water sector. […]

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  • Beasley Intercultural Pty

    Beasley Intercultural is a leading provider of advisory services and capability development for businesses and organisations engaged in complex, global and diverse workplaces. We deliver pre-deployment, cross-cultural training, support for internationalisation, global strategy, Asia engagement. We are a provider to Federal government, state government, ASX listed, private companies.

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  • Climate Risk Pty Ltd

    Climate Risk was established in 2006 as a company dedicated to climate change impact analysis for business and government with a special focus on quantified analysis and modelling. Since then the company has been a lead company in climate policy development in insurance, telecommunications, water, community services and generalised infrastructure. Dr Karl Mallon is also […]

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  • Anthony Slatyer

    Anthony (Tony) Slatyer provides consulting services in water policy and governance. He was head of the Water Division for the Australian Government until 2017. After retiring from that role he was engaged to assist the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the then Australian Prime Minister’s involvement in the United Nations and […]

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  • Chartres Consulting

    I am an Australian Consultant with 40 years experience in natural resource and water management. Previously, I was Director General of the International Water Management Institute, Chief Science Avvisor to the National Water Commission and prior to this held senior management roles in the BRS, Geoscience Australia and CSIRO. I have held Directorships on several […]

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  • CRC for Water Sensitive Cities

    The Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) was established in July 2012 to help change the way we design, build and manage our cities by valuing the contributions that water makes to economic growth and development, our quality of life and the ecosystems of which cities are a part. The water sensitive cities […]

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