New Water Treatment Plant for Wyangala – In Progress

Steph Cooke leans on the rail at the Wyangala Dam and looks at the camera. The Dam is behind her and the water level is visibly low.

Work has begun on a new $5.1 million Wyangala Water Treatment Plant which will deliver up to 800,000 litres of clean drinking water every day to village residents and the popular holiday park.

Project completion is expected in early 2023. Once the plant is finished, it will be owned and operated by Cowra Shire Council.

Media Release – 18 May 2022
Early Planning – 24 July 2020
Contract Awarded – 16 April 2021

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