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Save water now - If not you, then who?

There are no current water restrictions for the Tweed.

Restrictions for residents

Restrictions for businesses

Residential water use

Current: 161L

Target: 160L

Litres per person per day

Frequently asked questions

Water restrictions – Frequently asked questions (308kB PDF)

How do I know how much water I use?
How can I save 50 litres a day?
What help can I get to save water?
Can I use water if there is a fire emergency at or near my home?
When will we run out of water?
How long can water restrictions last?
When was the last time water restrictions were in place in the Tweed?
Why is Council going straight to Level 2 restrictions for customers of the main town supply out of Bray Park Water Treatment Plant?
What has Council done to reduce water use?
What is Council doing now?
How much rain do we need to get back to normal?
Is there any drought support available for farmers in the Tweed?
What is Council doing to secure our water future?
Why is it taking so long to raise the wall of Clarrie Hall Dam?
Why haven’t you banned water mining?
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