Information on commercial and recreational fishing, aquaculture, species protection, science and research.
The Metropolitan Water Plan focuses on dams, recycling, desalination and water efficiency - securing our water for life.
Water, the basis of life, is fundamental for sustaining natural environments and supporting human activities including development and recreation. The impacts of drought and climate change further threaten Australia's already limited water resources.
Information about the levels and water quality of NSW rivers and streams, as well as water storgage and groundwater data. This data is used for the management of our rivers, storages and the surrounding environment.
A range of statistics, historical weather observations, climatology maps, and other Australian climate data.
State Water delivers water and services for people, agriculture, industry and the environment in regional NSW.
Sydney Water delivers essential and sustainable water services for the benefit of the community.
The Sydney Catchment Authority publishes weekly bulk water storage and supply reports to provide information about how much rainfall has been recorded, how full the dams are, and how much bulk water has been supplied to customers.
Information on safety in the water, including swimming pools, children, beaches, boating and fishing.
Water is held in many hundreds of dams and other storages throughout New South Wales.
Sydney Water provides high quality, safe drinking water. Drinking water is treated to meet the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines.
Drip irrigation is the most efficient watering method around, proving that low flow is the way to go. Hardly any water is wasted through wind, evaporation, run-off or overspray.
Hunter water provides water and wastewater services to over half a million people in the lower Hunter region.
NSW is committed by national and international agreements to conserving the diversity of marine life and ensuring that marine resources are carefully managed for the use and enjoyment of people today and in the future.
Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) have been established across New South Wales to ensure that regional communities have a say in how natural resources are managed in their catchments.
The NSW Government's current rebate program has helped more than 278,000 NSW households (as at 30 June 2010) save more than 3.6 billion litres of water and 320,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions a year.
The Australian Water Association (AWA) is the leading water sector body in Australia, representing over 10,000 water sector professionals across all disciplines.