Stage 3: Next steps to manage erosion, revegetation, community safety
Stage 3: What are the options?
Groups and community projects
Hunter Water's Customer and Community Advisory Group (CCAG) is an advisory forum made up of community representatives who provide advice on customer and community interests.
We are working together to further improve the environment of the Throsby Creek waterway and its surrounds, and the amenity of the area for residents, visitors and commercial users.
Recent project news
15 December 21
As mentioned in the previous community update, we encountered site constraints which will significantly impact the project’s aesthetics, budget and function.
2 August 21
Hunter Water welcomes the NSW Government’s announcement that planning approval has been issued by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for a desalination plant at Belmont to produce up to 30 million litres a day of drinking water in response to drought.
15 July 21
Work to remove a small area of juvenile mangroves and sediment from Throsby Creek, near the Union Street footbridge in Tighes Hill, is now complete.
6 July 21
Some of the concrete tank traps, removed from the shoreline in October 2020, have been relocated toward the front of Hunter Water’s land along Fullerton Street, Stockton.