Quipolly Water Project

The Quipolly Water Treatment Plant, and the Werris Creek and Quirindi Water Pipeline is the final stage of Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s (LPSC) long-term vision, known as the Regional Water Supply Strategy.  This Strategy was initiated to ensure a quality water supply for the region into the future.  

The Quipolly Water Project will secure the Werris Creek water supply and provide options for the management of Quirindi water supply by constructing a state of the art water treatment plant and a pipeline to Werris Creek and Quirindi.

 

This partnership project will provide improved water quality with a secure system that meets the needs and growth of LPSC now and into the future

Liverpool Plains Shire Council

The Council has worked closely with the Federal and State Governments to attract funding to the amount of $25 million for this project.  
At this stage, it is estimated that the project will cost $32.4 million with Council making a contribution of up to $7.4 million to complete the project.  

Welcome to a new decade: This project will secure the Werris Creek water supply and provide options for the management of Quirindi water supply by constructing a state of the art water treatment plant near Quipolly Dam and a pipeline to Werris Creek and Quirindi.

 

This partnership project will provide improved water quality with a secure system that meets the needs and growth of LPSC now and into the future.

Teenage Students Raising Hands

The LPSC Quipolly Water Project is now in the construction phase.  
 
Construction commenced in late 2021 and is anticipated to be completed late in 2023 which may change due to climatic conditions or other effects beyond the control of Council such as COVID supply issues.  
 
Construction is likely to take up to two years.