Where your water
comes from

In dry conditions, it's important to know where your water is sourced, how much allocation is available and how much is in storage.

Find my supply

Water Wise
Pledge

Challenge yourself to save water where ever you go! Take the Water Wise pledge and then help spread the word.

Take the Pledge

Help save water
every day

Permanent Water Saving Rules are a set of compulsory common sense rules that apply every day of the year to ensure we use water wisely.

See the rules

Tips to save drips.

Be Water Wise at home.

MORE WAYS TO SAVE WATER

Limit shower time to 4 minutes

(try using a timer or playing a 4-minute song)

Only use the washing machine and dishwasher when full and on eco mode

Plug the sink when washing vegetables

(use a small amount of water in the sink or a bowl to wash your veges)

Water your garden for longer but do it less often

(this will encourage deeper roots which helps plants become more drought tolerant)

Use mulch on your garden to stop water evaporation by up to 70%

Limit shower time to 4 minutes

(try using a timer or playing a 4-minute song)

Only use the washing machine and dishwasher when full and on eco mode

Plug the sink when washing vegetables

(use a small amount of water in the sink or a bowl to wash your veges)

Water your garden for longer but do it less often

(this will encourage deeper roots which helps plants become more drought tolerant)

Use mulch on your garden to stop water evaporation by up to 70%

MORE WAYS TO SAVE WATER

Water Availability

Regional water availability for our customers is 70%.

^This is a broad indicator showing the percentage of source water available across our region. It includes the volume of water in storages as well as the volume we are allowed to extract from rivers during the year.

For more info on our calculations click below.

MORE INFO

70%

Save water

Being water wise is similar to bushfire preparedness.

You shouldn’t start thinking about a fire plan when a fire is at your doorstep and you shouldn’t wait until a drought before saving water.

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Did you know?

The more water people can save now, means the less impact drought will have on our communities and the less likely we’ll see water restrictions this summer or the next.

WHAT YOUR TOWN IS USING

Water outlooks

Our Water Outlooks show detailed information about each town's water supply and outline the contingency plans during a drought.  

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Pledge to save water

Challenge yourself to save water where ever you go! Take the Water Wise pledge below and then help spread the word.

TAKE THE PLEDGE