Find out what we have coming up on our calendar, as well as how you can apply to have us attend your next community event.
We're passionate about educating our community on water conservation, and are proud to offer grants through our Love Water initiative that help community members put their own strategies in place to conserve water.
Our goal is to establish a continuing conversation that will enable us to become a valued partner in delivering the aspirations of our region.
We have a range of exciting programs that challenge students to tackle water sustainability issues here in the Lower Hunter and come up with new and innovative ways to help the community use less of our precious resource.
We partner with diverse groups in the community to deliver projects and programs that promote understanding, conversation and action over time.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan is our commitment to move to a place of equity, justice and partnership together.
A quick way to find relevant resources
Have your say
Visit Your Voice
Customer and Community Advisory Group
Engaging with our community
Ask us to come along
Event participation request form
Our history and heritage
Learn about our rich history
Book a Water Saving Show
Book a show
Register for The Res tour
Enter the ballot
How we monitor community expectations
Major infrastructure projects
Learn about our surveys
We are seeking planning approval for the possible construction of a drought response desalination plant at Belmont.
We are currently upgrading the Dungog Wastewater Treatment Works to improve the quality of water and reliability of the system.
We would like to know what you think about what we’re doing and how we’re doing it, about our current projects and initiatives and about how we can all best use our water. To protect it and treasure it.
We value the advice and opinions of our community, so we have implemented a number of community groups in order to keep in touch with the Lower Hunter representative groups.