Intense storms in and around Melbourne have caused water contamination in 88 suburbs. All residents have been told to boil all drinking water. To find out more information, including if you are affected, click here.
Due to recent heavy rains, the areas around Yass Dam (including Binalong and Bowning) have been issued by the Yass Valley Council. For more information, please click here.
Tully’s fifth boil water alert of the year was issued on the 19th. The city council advises all residents to boil all water that is to be consumed. For more info, click here.
The recent heavy rains around Molong has driven to Cabonne Council to request all residents to boil their water until further notice. General manager, Brad Byrnes tells residents to “said bottled water or cool boiled water should be used for drinking, washing uncooked food, making ice, cleaning teeth, preparing baby formula, gargling and pets’ drinking […]
Due to a valve replacement, residents have been advised to bring all water to a rolling boil until further notice. For more info, along with updates when the alert is lifted, visit here.
Due to the recent rainfall around Wellington, the Dubbo City Council has issued a boil water alert for the town. The high turbidity has affected the water quality, making it unsafe to drink. For more information on when to boil water or the nature of the water alert, click here.
The boil water alert that was issued on the 30th of December, 2019 for Tully has yet to be lifted. The city council has invested in other water storage facilities to hopefully ease the need for boil water alerts. The areas affected include: Tully town, Feluga, East Feluga, Bulgun, Silky Oak, Euramo, Hull Heads, Tully […]
An urgent boil water alert has been issued for Wallabadah following the recent floods through the town. The council urges all residents to bring their drinking water to a rolling boil. See the full article here.
The Gwidydr City Council has issued a boil water alert for Bingara. Due to the recent weather conditions, and the effects it has had on the river, the council has deemed the water unsafe to drink. Be sure to boil any water that you are planning on consuming. View the PDF here.
Due to low chlorine levels in the town, residents of Dingo are advised to boil their water until further notice. Be sure to bring water to a rolling before use. For more information visit the article here.
Elevated levels of turbidity have caused the Uralla Shire Council to issue a boil water alert for Bundarra. Any water that is to be used for drinking or food preparation should be brought to a rolling boil to make it safe. For more info and tips, read the article here.
The Snowy Valley Council has issued a boil water alert for Batlow, Adelong, Tumbarumba, and Talbinga. Recent bushfires have caused problems with water treatment. Residents are urged to boil water until further notice.Unboiled water could lead to illness, especially for children and the elderly. See the full article here.