The NSW Government's Water Reform Action Plan will deliver on its responsibility to ensure we have an equitable and transparent approach to the management of our water for current and future generations.
Have your say
As part of the water reforms being introduced, the NSW Government has released consultation papers for community feedback on:
- Water take measurement and metering
- Transparency measures
- Better management of environmental water
- Floodplain harvesting policy.
For more information, read the NSW Water Reform Action Plan consultation overview and Implementing the NSW Floodplain Harvesting Policy fact sheet.
The consultation for the discussion papers will run from 13 March to 15 April 2018.
Make a submission
You can have your say by making a submission in response to the discussion papers.
Attend a consultation session
To ensure there is a two-way exchange of information, a series of community consultation events are being held in the following centres.
These meetings are an opportunity for you to ask questions of technical departmental staff and hear information to inform your submission.
16 March 2018 |
82 Whylandra St, Dubbo NSW 2830
20 March 2018|
218 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW 2880
22 March 2018|
Diggers on the Darling
23-25 Sturt Street, Bourke NSW 2840
27 March 2018|
The Max Centre
Level 1, 30 Heber St, Moree NSW 2400
28 March 2018|
Coffs Ex-Services Club
1 Vernon St, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
28 March 2018|
Gunnedah Services & Bowling Club
313 Conadilly Street Gunnedah NSW 2380
4 April 2018|
Coomealla Golf Club
42 Kookaburra Dr, Dareton NSW 2717
6 April 2018|
Griffith Ex-Servicemen's Club
6/12 Jondaryan Ave, Griffith NSW 2680
To enquire about the community sessions email email@example.com