In this study, reduced graphene oxide (rGO) and graphene oxide nanoribbons (GONRs) are used to fabricate a composite membrane that exhibits ultrafast water permeance (312.8 L m(-2) h(-1) bar(-1)) and precise molecular separation (molecular weight cutoff: 269 Da), which surpass the upper bound of previously reported polymer and graphene-based nanofiltration membranes. As two-dimensional GONR exhibits a width on the scale of nanometers, its nanochannels can be enlarged without hindering the stacking of rGO. Moreover, abundant oxygen-containing groups on the edge and surface of GONR enhance the electrostatic interactions between the filtered molecules and the membrane nanochannel. By the synergistic effect, rejection and water flux are considerably increased. Owing to the chemically stable nature of rGO, the composite membrane is highly stable in aqueous media (from acidic to alkaline) and is recyclable during repeated filtration tests.