Water Production and Storage Volumes

Bundarra - Taylors Pond

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9/06/2022 149kL/day 220L/person/day 100% >365 days >9/06/2023
2/06/2022 77kL/day 113L/person/day 100% >365 days >2/06/2023
26/05/2022 79kL/day 117L/person/day 100% >365 days >26/05/2023
19/05/2022 103kL/day 152L/person/day 100% >365 days >19/05/2023
12/05/2022 94kL/day 139L/person/day 100% >365 days >12/05/2023

For data from January 2020 - current, please click here.

Uralla - Kentucky Creek Dam

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23/06/2022 765kL/day 297L/person/day 100% >365 days >23/06/2023
16/06/2022 820kL/day 299L/person/day 100% >365 days >16/06/2023
9/06/2022 704kL/day 257L/person/day 100% >365 days >9/06/2023
2/06/2022 488kL/day 178L/person/day 100% >365 days >2/06/2023
26/05/2022 546kL/day 199L/person/day 100% >365 days >26/05/2023

For data from December 2019 - current, please click here.

* Average daily water production and previous week's average water production per person is based on all water produced at treatment plant, including mains flushing, filter backwashing, domestic usage, industrial usage, commercial usage, and water carting.

** Figures do not account for dam evaporation or minor rainfall events.

Water Usage Targets

Council's Drought Management Action Plan sets out the actions to be taken in its drought response, including targets for water usage. There are five drought response levels; from Level 1 (Low) to Level 5 (Emergency), with each level having a set of suggested actions to be undertaken during that phase of the drought, including an associated set of water conservation measures/restrictions, primary triggers for initiating the drought response level, and total system water consumption target/s for those levels.

The tables below set out the drought management plans for Uralla and Bundarra.

Drought Management Plan - Bundarra

Drought Response Level

Primary Trigger

Usage Target (kL/day)

Additional Actions

1

Low

Taylors Pond level falls to 74%

164 kL/day

(95% average)

Irrigation by adjoining rural landholders ceases.

2

Moderate

Taylors Pond level falls to 62%

156 kL/day

(90% average)

Target 20% reduction in Parks and Gardens water usage.

3

High

Taylors Pond level falls to 54%

147 kL/day

(85% average)

Target 50% reduction in Parks and Gardens water usage. Prepare to draw on Warrabinda Pond.

4

Very High

Taylors Pond level falls to 42%

130 kL/day

(75% average)

Draw on Warrabinda Pond (if supply available). Investigate availability of tankers to transport potable water from Gilgai.

5

Emergency

Taylors Pond level falls to 32%

87 kL/day

(50% average)

Target 50% non‐residential usage reduction Implement transport of potable water from Gilgai to supplement supply.

 

Drought Management Plan - Uralla

Drought Response Level

Primary Trigger

Usage Target (kL/day)

Additional Actions

1

Low

Kentucky Creek Dam level falls to 74%

1020 kL/day

(95% average)

 

2

Moderate

Kentucky Creek Dam level falls to 62%

960 kL/day

(90% average)

Implement Parks and Gardens water management plan and target 30% reduction in water usage.

3

High

Kentucky Creek Dam level falls to 54%

910 kL/day

(85% average)

Target 50% reduction in Parks and Gardens water usage.

4

Very High

Kentucky Creek Dam level falls to 42%

800 kL/day

(75% average)

Target 25% non‐residential usage reduction. Investigate availability of tankers to transport potable water from Armidale.

5

Emergency

Kentucky Creek Dam level falls to 35%

540 kL/day

(50% average)

Target 50% non‐residential usage reduction Implement transport of potable water from Armidale to supplement supply.

For more information on response actions to drought and demand management measures, please visit our Drought and Demand Management Plans page.

Water Restrictions

Please visit our Current water restrictions for Bundarra and Uralla page for current water restrictions.