Tom Wilks | Water Broker

Tom Wilks has been successfully brokering sales of Permanent and Temporary Water Transfers in Murrumbidgee, Murray and Lachlan Valleys for the past twenty years. Tom has the knowledge and expertise to effectively and efficiently help with all your water trading requirements.

  • To list water for sale please follow the Sell Water page.
  • Click here to see our current list of Temporary Water Wanted.
  • Alternatively to purchase water please follow the Buy Water page.
  • Click here to see a list of our current Temporary Listings for sale.
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Australian Water Brokers Association

Tom Wilks is a member of the Australian Water Brokers Association (AWBA). The Associations primary role is to set and maintain the highest standards of professional practice, education, ethics and professional conduct for it members and the broader water broking industry

"The water market is ever changing and I aim to have the most current reflection of the market displayed on the Wilks Water website. In some circumstances the website may not be a 'current minute' reflection of the market. I encourage you to call any time to discuss your requirements"
- Tom Wilks

Community Involvement

Wilks Water are proud to operate across the Murrumbidgee, Murray and Lachlan Valleys, and as such, strongly believe in supporting the communities that support us. Each year, Wilks Water strives to give back to the local communities in all the areas in which we work. 

Some of the groups and organisations we support can be found below.



Darlington Point Coleambally Rugby League Football Club

The Darlington Point Coleambally Rugby League Football Club are Group 20 main stays, and a consistent force in local Rugby League. Formed as a merger between Darlington Point and Coleambally R.L.F.C.'s following an appeal to Country Rugby League, the go ahead for the merger was given and the Darlington Point Coleambally Roosters were formed in 1973. Premiers of the 1980, 1983, 1987 and 1988 seasons.

Griffith Jockey Club

The inaugural meeting of the Griffith Jockey Club was held on December 12 1964, when a crowd of about 2,000 people enjoyed a six race program. After many rocky years in the early 2000s, the Griffith Cup of 2009 was run at Narrandera Racecourse as the Dalton Park track was bare dirt. Following on from the success of the 2009 Griffith Cup, the Committee got to work to grade and sow the track at Dalton Park over the summer months. Many working bees to bring the facilities up to ‘race day’ standard were held and the first race day at Dalton Park was held in September of 2010. A great crowd of 2,500 people enjoyed a six race program with the [yellow tail] Griffith Cup being the feature race. Fashions on the Field and entertainment for the children also ensured it was a day for all the family.

Jeans for Genes

Jeans for Genes is the iconic fundraising campaign of Children’s Medical Research Institute. Each year, Australians unite by wearing their favourite jeans and outdoing each other with crazy denim outfits, and donating money or purchasing merchandise, to support genetic research.
Every dollar raised on the day helps scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute discover treatments and cures, to give every child the opportunity to live a long and healthy life.

Light the Night

Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation's annual fundraising walk to help more Australians beat blood cancer. Families and friends will come together for a gentle walk carrying one of three coloured lanterns; gold to remember a loved one, white for their own blood cancer journey, or blue to show they care. 


Nokor Tep Foundation Australia

The Nokor Tep Foundation Australia has been formed to support the Nokor Tep Foundation Cambodia's plans to develop improved health programs, facilities & services for the women of Cambodia. A volunteer based organization, with all directors and members working on a pro bono basis, all proceeds from fundraising and tax deductible donations will be sent to Nokor Tep Foundation Cambodia through Rotary Australia Overseas Aid Fund (Managed by RAWCS). 

The Biggest Ever Blokes Lunch - Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

The brainchild of former Victoria / Tasmania Board member the late Chris McPherson, the Biggest Ever Blokes Lunch concept has grown into Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia's largest community fundraiser. Since its beginnings in Shepparton in 2009, a total of 20,000 people have attended lunches and more than $2.7million has been raised for PCFA.
These lunches are now much anticipated, and although they are certainly lighthearted and enjoyable events, participants don't lose sight of the reason they are coming together: the importance of prostate health and raising awareness and funds for PCFA programs, including the support of three Prostate Cancer Specialist nursing positions based in regional Victoria.

Sweetheart Day

Sweetheart Day, held every year on February 14, is a chance for all Australians to get together to help our Aussie heart kids by funding vital support and life-changing medical research into childhood heart disease.
All funds raised through Sweetheart Day go towards helping HeartKids provide ongoing support for children with heart defects and their families all across Australia, as well fund life-saving research into childhood heart disease. HeartKids is a non-for-profit organisation that aspires to a life unaffected by childhood heart disease.

St Peter’s Primary School Fete - Colembally

St Peter’s Primary School is a small co-educational Catholic School located in Coleambally. Our school motto is "Way, Truth and Life". We provide our students and families with a safe, happy and secure learning environment that encourages close relationships between parents, teachers and students. St Peter's was established in 1970 and was the first school in the Wagga Wagga Diocese with an all lay-teaching staff. It was created because local Catholic families saw the need for a local Catholic school. The population is made up of girls and boys from Coleambally and Darlington Point, as well as surrounding rural areas.

Circus Quirkus

International Entertainment’s CIRCUS QUIRKUS is a contemporary take on your favourite, traditional circuses of ages past. It is an eclectic and entertaining mix of Circus acts brought to you from all over the world. Internationally renowned Clowns, Jugglers, Acrobats, and more deliver funny, hugely engaging and sometimes death-defying acts of unbelievable skill.