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The Wingecarribee Floody Study is underway
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Our statement on working through COVID-19
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WMAwater is proud to be collaborating with the University of Newcastle to deliver WATHNET5 training. WATHNET5 is an advanced software platform that integrates simulation of water resources systems and decision support informed by multi-objective optimization. A two-day workshop will introduce the theory underpinning WATHNET5 and develop hands-on skills enabling access to its more advanced features. The training lead by George Kuczera will be held on 18 and 19 March in Sydney. Book NOW places are limited!

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Australian Rainfall and Runoff editors and technical committee were recently awarded with the prestigious Engineers Australia President's Prize at the National Congress and National Awards dinner. WMAwater's Mark Babister led the Technical Committee and Mark and Monique Retallick were part of the editorial team.

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Good Afternoon Victoria! After starting in 1983 Wmawater are pleased to finally have a Victorian office. We now have offices in all eastern seaboard states. Mark Colegate and Yuan Li will be bringing our trademark solutions driven best practice style to Victoria. We look forward to working with all the councils, CMA and other organizations to deliver practical cost effective floodplain management solutions. If you want to here about our skills please call Mark on 03 4201 0388 or drop in at 101 west Fyans st, Newtown.

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The WMAwater team presented four papers and sponsored the coffee cart at the 2018 HWRS in Melbourne.