McLaren Vale Water Allocation Plan
The McLaren Vale WAP was developed by the former Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board in collaboration with key stakeholders and supported by the community-based McLaren Vale WAP Advisory Committee. The McLaren Vale WAP was adopted in 2007, replacing the WAP adopted in 2000. A review of the McLaren Vale Prescribed Wells Area Water Allocation Plan was conducted in 2011 without subsequent amendment.
- Find out more information about what a WAP is and why they are important.
- Find out about permits and licences relating to this WAP.
- Download a copy of the McLaren Vale Water Allocation Plan 2007
Review of the Water Allocation Plan for the McLaren Vale Prescribed Wells Area
The Landscape South Australia Act 2019 requires that existing WAPs to be reviewed at least every 10 years to ensure they are still meeting the needs of the environment and community. The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board has now completed its review of the the McLaren Vale WAP.
Find out more information about the McLaren Vale WAP Review
Monitoring and reporting on water resources of the McLaren Vale PWA
Ongoing monitoring of the McLaren Vale PWA is undertaken by the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board and the Department for Environment and Water. Results of this monitoring contributes to the production of groundwater status reports and will inform the review of the McLaren Vale WAP.
Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board
(08) 8391 7500