Central Coast region
The Central Coast region covers an area of more than 1560km2 and consists of two distinct areas: Tuggerah Lake and its tributaries (Wyong River, Ourimbah Creek and Jilliby Jilliby Creeks) and the Hawkesbury River and its tributaries Mangrove Creek and Mooney Mooney Creek systems. This region is the traditional lands of the Darkinjung people.
The water sharing plans that apply to the surface water and groundwater resources of the Central Coast region are listed below.
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|Water Sharing Plan (WSP)||Supporting documentation||Commence date||Cease date||Prior Water Sharing Plan and status|
|Central Coast Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources 2022||Summary of changes to the Central Coast Water Sharing Plan fact sheet (July 2022)|
Compliance with Water Management Principles fact sheet (July 2022)
Status of NRC Review Recommendations fact sheet (July 2022)
Outcomes of public exhibition
|July 2022||June, 2032||Central Coast Unregulated Water Sources 2009|
This is an informal compilation of the water sharing plan, including approved plan amendments. A link to the updated plan on the NSW legislation website will be provided once the plan is available under the ‘in force’ section of the website.
|July, 2016||June, 2026|
|North Coast Fractured and Porous Rock Groundwater Sources 2016||Rule summary sheets|
Background document 2016
|July, 2016||June, 2026||N/A|