Port Arthur, TAS – April 5, 2021

A precautionary boil water alert has been issued for Port Arthur due to microbial contamination. Authorities couldn’t confirm that the quality of the water met Australian Drinking Water Quality Guidelines, so Port Arthur is under a boil water notice until tests can be done after the Easter break. For the full article, click here.

Upper Hunter Shire, NSW – October 27, 2020

The Upper Hunter Shire Council have voted to keep water restrictions in place. Currently, they are on Level 2 restrictions, and are urged not to become complacent due to the recent rains. Mayor Maurice Collison says “Even before recent rains, residents have been doing really well, with water consumption in most towns dropping around 20% […]

Molong, NSW – May 2, 2020

The recent heavy rains around Molong has driven to Cabonne Council to request all residents to boil their water until further notice. General manager, Brad Byrnes tells residents to “said bottled water or cool boiled water should be used for drinking, washing uncooked food, making ice, cleaning teeth, preparing baby formula, gargling and pets’ drinking […]