Our heritage assets
Hunter Water’s heritage assets represent over 125 years of work in collecting, treating and delivering fresh water to consumers, removing, treating and disposing of the region’s wastewater, and maintaining efficient and effective drainage of stormwater.
Our assets include those attained by Hunter Water throughout our history of operations, and those that are a legacy of independent local and state government development.
Our heritage conservation register
The Hunter Water and Heritage Conservation Register contains 44 items, one of these items being the Newcastle Reservoirs Site is also listed on the State Heritage Register due to being of State heritage significance.
Information on Hunter Water’s heritage assets can be found on the State Heritage Inventory accessible from the Office of Environment & Heritage website.
To search for Hunter Water’s listed items:
- Visit the Office of Environment & Heritage website
- Click on to the 'Search for NSW Heritage' page
- In the 'Additional search criteria' section, add Hunter Water as the Owner Organisation*