The Dubbo Region is now under level 3 water restrictions, which means we now have a daily target of 320L per person per day. Find out what that means for your regular water consumption.
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Dubbo Region is now on Level 3 Water Restrictions. This applies to residents and businesses connected to potable town water
The Dubbo region is currently on Level 3 Water restrictions
Find out how you can save water around your home or business
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Council is now offering a range of rebates on water saving devices
Relief is out there to help those in needs during this tough time
Find out how much water we have used on average per person per day in our homes.
A guide to 320L per person per day around the home
Under level 3 water restrictions businesses who have previously implemented a WSAP are encouraged to maintain their water saving practises.
10 Mar 2020
View the video stream of the community water briefing, which includes speeches from Dubbo Regional Council staff and WaterNSW
7 Jan 2020
Dubbo Regional Council is saddened to see a drop in visitation to Visitor Information Centres by about 20% during the month of December 2019, when compared to the same period in 2018. With the impact of drought and perceptions from potential visitors that the region is running out of water, tourism ...
18 May 2020
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) has been successful in securing $1,000,000 under Round 2 of the Australian Government’s Drought Communities Program (DCP) (Extension) for the delivery of drought resilient work across the Dubbo Region. DRC will use the funding to help deliver five key projects across th ...