Sewage and water treatment plants
Council welcomes site tours by arrangement, from schools and other community groups to our treatment plants for educational guided tours. Tours are free but must be booked in advance.
Sewage Treatment Plant Tours
Council completed a $23.5 million upgrade at the Dubbo Sewage Treatment Plant in 2016.
The upgrade will ensure the City's services keep pace with the growing population and will allow the facility to service a future population of up to 55,000 residents.
Water Treatment Plant Tours
Council recognises that a supply of safe and reliable drinking water is essential for the well being and growth of a community.
Dubbo Municipal Council provided a town water supply to its residents since 1894, originally supplying untreated water from bore and Drift Wells.
Until further notice the John Gilbert Water Treatment Plant in Dubbo is unavailable for Tours.
Tours for the Wellington Water Filtration Plant can still be booked using the request application below.
Please read the pre-tour information brochure before you book a tour. Wheelchair access is not available at the Council plants due to safety and operational requirements.
Water Treatment Plants - Pre Tour Information (PDF 338.2KB)
Sewage Treatment Plants - Pre Tour Information (~~~DocAnnotation.type.232~~~ ~~~DocAnnotation.size.232~~~)
If you would like to make a booking for a tour of a Sewage Treatment Plant or Water Treatment Plant please complete the following application form.
Application for Tour of Treatment Plants
Application for school or community group tour of the Dubbo Regional Council Water Treatment Plants and Sewage Treatment Plants.
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Last Edited: 20 Jul 2021