Central Coast region

Hawkesbury River Brooklyn bridge, New South Wales.

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 Water Sources 2009

  • Status: In force
    (with two year extension)
Rule summary sheets
Background document 2009
August, 2009 June, 2022N/A

North Coast Coastal Sands Groundwater Sources 2016

  • Status: In force
Rule summary sheets
Background document 2016
July, 2016June, 2026N/A
North Coast Fractured and Porous Rock Groundwater Sources 2016
  • Status: In force
Rule summary sheets
Background document 2016
July, 2016June, 2026N/A