Water is precious, and with around 40 per cent of household water going to our bathrooms, it's important to be more mindful of how we're using it.
Find out ways you can save bucket loads of water
Our beautiful Hunter region also comes with very high temperatures over summer and dry periods throughout the year. But this doesn’t mean our gardens can’t be kept healthy and flourishing, without using excess water!
Rainwater tanks are a great way to save bucket loads of water which can be used in your garden, toilet, and laundry.
Useful links help you stay water savvy
Water usage calculator
Calculate your households water usage
Current water storage levels
Learn about our current dam levels
Find the best plant for your garden here
Finding and fixing leaks
A quick guide for fixing leaks around your home
Saving water in business
Find useful ways to save water at work
What Smart Water Choices mean for you
Smart Water Choices primarily apply to outdoor water usage. However, we encourage residents to continue their way saving within the home. We can all continue to play our part and conserve our most precious resource.
Find out what Smart Water Choices mean for businesses in the Lower Hunter, how to prepare your business' Water Efficiency Management Plan (WEMP), water-saving fact sheets for industries, and frequently asked questions.