There are many ways to save water… some better than others
Saving water comes in all shapes and sizes. Like getting a camel as a water-efficient pet or training naked to cut back on washing. Although it might be easier to simply stick with 4-minute showers and full loads of washing.
Find out how Sydney saves by visiting our tips page.
Total water storage across Greater Sydney on Tuesday 17 September is 49.0%
This figure is updated daily from unverified data from WaterNSW.
Weekly verified reports can be viewed at the WaterNSW website.
By using more water-efficient products Australian households can save water and help the environment.
What do level 1 water restrictions mean for you and your business?
We have some of the best drinking water in the world and over five million people drink our refreshing tap water every single day.
Reduce your impact
Sydney Water is committed to protecting and caring for our beaches and waterways. During 2016-17 we removed nearly 2,000 cubic metres of litter from waterways, including one million plastic bottles.
Drink containers are a huge part of the problem. Drinking tap water is a simple way we can all personally reduce our reliance on single use plastics.