Our water future

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Hello and Welcome!

We’re glad that you have joined us today for Round 2 of our Customer Engagement Forums.



In Round 1, we sought your feedback regarding the role of Water in your lives; its value now and, into the future.

Now in Round 2, we want you to specifically discuss the various water supply methods so that you can help us understand future decisions that align with your values.

After this round of consultation, we will be inviting all our Customers to join in another conversation to help us inform Sydney Water’s future planning.

Please make sure that you sign in in order to start Round 2. To get started please go to how to participate.

Hello and Welcome!

We’re glad that you have joined us today for Round 2 of our Customer Engagement Forums.



In Round 1, we sought your feedback regarding the role of Water in your lives; its value now and, into the future.

Now in Round 2, we want you to specifically discuss the various water supply methods so that you can help us understand future decisions that align with your values.

After this round of consultation, we will be inviting all our Customers to join in another conversation to help us inform Sydney Water’s future planning.

Please make sure that you sign in in order to start Round 2. To get started please go to how to participate.

  • Update about the Our Water Future project

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    4 months ago

    At the last customer participation forum we asked you to draw your ideal future vision for the region on your tables - thinking specifically about the uses and roles of water.

    Across all of the forums you said that your future vision of the region:

    • Is very green – with green walls and rooftop gardens, parks and green spaces. It has tree lined streets, green sporting fields, household and community gardens; and rainwater runoff is captured to be reused around buildings;

    • You said, it has a lot of water in it with lakes, rivers, creeks and beaches that are easy to access and socialise around, and that are also safe for swimming, fishing and boating; and

    • It has accessible water for cooling, including fountains and splash parks and community swimming pools, use of mist to cool public spaces and public facilities to refill water bottles; allows for public transport on our rivers and ocean;

    We’d like to know to what extent you support the vision and which of the themes that came out of your visioning exercises are most important to you.