Several other small wetlands in the Goulburn catchment have been watered under a separate arrangement through the Murray-Darling Wetlands Working Group. Recent modifications to the irrigation supply network and other water delivery options will enable water for the environment to be delivered to Loch Garry, Kanyapella Basin and Horseshoe Lagoon from 2019–20 onwards. These wetlands have strong cultural significance to the Yorta Yorta and Taungurung Traditional Owners.
Gaynor Swamp, Reedy Swamp, Loch Garry, Doctors Swamp and Kanyapella Basin wetlands can all receive water for the environment via irrigation supply infrastructure in the Shepparton and Central Goulburn irrigation districts. The volume of water that can be delivered to each wetland depends on the available capacity in the irrigation supply network, which varies with irrigation demand. Water for the environment will be delivered from the Goulburn River to Horseshoe Lagoon via a temporary pump.