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WA Water Restrictions and Approved Products

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WA Water Restrictions and Approved Products

Water Corporation - Perth WA
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Area 3 Watering Days

Permanent Water Efficiency Measures (PWEMs) were introduced in Western Australia in 2007. These rosters apply to scheme water users (supplied by the Water Corporation) as well as for garden bore users. This includes a roster system across WA and winter sprinkler ban in Perth and surrounding areas from 1 June to 31 August each year. An exemption from the sprinkler roster is available if you are establishing a new lawn or garden or run a community garden.

 1 June - 31 August (Winter)
Scheme and Domestic bore water use Stage 6
Any other time of year Scheme water use Stage 4

 

SCHEME WATER USE (Stage 4)

Towns south of (and including) Kalbarri and Kalgoorlie (Area 2) can use their sprinklers 2 days a week either before 9 am or after 6 pm, based on the last digit of your house number. Where there is no house number, the lot number is to be used.

Watering by hand is permitted anytime (through a hand held hose or watering can). You can also top-up your swimming pool, pond or fountain and wash your car with a hose. 

A high pressure water cleaner or a handheld hose can be used to the minimum extent necessary for cleaning of an existing building, building site, demolition site (including vacant land, paths, paved areas or road) to avoid a threat to public health or safety.

Watering a sports ground using sprinklers is only allowed every alternate day before 9am or after 6pm. Watering a synthetic sporting ground is not permitted except for 10 minutes or less before a sport is played or practised on the sporting ground.

SCHEME AND DOMESTIC BORE WATER USE DURING WINTER SPRINKLER BAN (Stage 6)

A winter sprinkler ban is in place for scheme and bore water users between 1 June – 31 August each year. Watering by hand is permitted anytime (through a hand held hose or watering can).

A high pressure water cleaner or a handheld hose can be used to the minimum extent necessary for cleaning of an existing building, building site, demolition site (including vacant land, paths, paved areas or road) to avoid a threat to public health or safety.

Watering a sports ground using sprinklers is only allowed before 9am or after 6pm, three days per week. Watering a synthetic sporting ground is not permitted except for 10 minutes or less before a sport is played or practised on the sporting ground.

Using water for topping up swimming pools must only be used if it is to replace water lost from the pool through evaporation or ordinary use and to ensure there is sufficient amount of water for the proper functioning of the pool.

Source: More information on State Water Restrictions can be found on the Australian Bureau of Meteorology website.

Dural Irrigation supports the Water Wise measures implemented by Water Corporation in Western Australia.  We are one of the largest stockists of water efficient and smart watering products.  Below you will find products approved by Water Corporation during Area 3 watering days in WA.

You will find a wide range of smart controllers, sensors and drip irrigation systems. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact us or call us on 1800 828 485 so we can source it for you!

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