Anglesea borefield

Following an exceptionally hot and dry start to the year, greater Geelong’s combined water storages are lower than we would like them to be.

As part of ensuring water security for the region, Barwon Water is doing some early work to prepare the Anglesea borefield so it can be used, if needed, to help meet demand over the 2019/20 summer period.

The borefield can provide up to 13 million litres a day to Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Torquay, the Bellarine Peninsula and parts of southern Geelong.

You can read more about the role the borefield plays in our region’s water security, and how it would be managed to highest environmental standards, in the Document Library section of this page.

Please feel free to ask us any questions via the online Q&A tool below.

Following an exceptionally hot and dry start to the year, greater Geelong’s combined water storages are lower than we would like them to be.

As part of ensuring water security for the region, Barwon Water is doing some early work to prepare the Anglesea borefield so it can be used, if needed, to help meet demand over the 2019/20 summer period.

The borefield can provide up to 13 million litres a day to Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Torquay, the Bellarine Peninsula and parts of southern Geelong.

You can read more about the role the borefield plays in our region’s water security, and how it would be managed to highest environmental standards, in the Document Library section of this page.

Please feel free to ask us any questions via the online Q&A tool below.

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