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Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below.

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Gunnedah Shire Council's existing Water Restriction Policy has been in place since the 2002/03 drought with the main purpose of the policy to have the urban community aware of some of the difficulties being experienced by the rural community and to conserve our precious resource wherever possible.

At its meeting on 16 April 2014 Council amended its water conservation levels as part of a review of regional water restriction policies across the Namoi Region. The key objective of a regional water restriction is to have a base set of water restriction rules that are uniform across Namoi Councils to reduce confusion in the community and allow for a consistent and simplified communication process across the region.

The permanent water conservation measures are generally a common sense water efficient usage guideline that helps to minimise water wastage during non-drought periods. View or Download the Water Conservation Times below.

Gunnedah Shire Council currently has Level P Water Conservation Levels in place across the shire to all properties connected to town water supplies in Gunnedah, Curlewis, Mullaley and Tambar Springs.

Water Services

Water Services

Gunnedah Shire Council is a proud supporter of Smart Water Advice. In collaboration with Smart Approved WaterMark, we are providing a range of tips and resources to help you...

Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below. {rsfiles path="GunnedahShireCouncil/COUNCIL/BETTER-INFRAS...

Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and c...

Better Infrastructure

Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below.

{rsfiles path="GunnedahShireCouncil/COUNCIL/BETTER-INFRASTRUCTURE/Water-and-Sewer-Services/Form - Application for Certificate of Compliance - Water Management Act 2000.pdf"}

Gunnedah Shire Council's existing Water Restriction Policy has been in place since the 2002/03 drought with the main purpose of the policy to have the urban community aware of some of the difficulties being experienced by the rural community and to conserve our precious resource wherever possible.

At its meeting on 16 April 2014 Council amended its water conservation levels as part of a review of regional water restriction policies across the Namoi Region. The key objective of a regional water restriction is to have a base set of water restriction rules that are uniform across Namoi Councils to reduce confusion in the community and allow for a consistent and simplified communication process across the region.

The permanent water conservation measures are generally a common sense water efficient usage guideline that helps to minimise water wastage during non-drought periods. View or Download the Water Conservation Times below.

Gunnedah Shire Council currently has Level P Water Conservation Levels in place across the shire to all properties connected to town water supplies in Gunnedah, Curlewis, Mullaley and Tambar Springs.

Water Services

Water Services

Gunnedah Shire Council is a proud supporter of Smart Water Advice. In collaboration with Smart Approved WaterMark, we are providing a range of tips and resources to help you...

Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below. {rsfiles path="GunnedahShireCouncil/COUNCIL/BETTER-INFRAS...

Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and c...