Level 1 water restrictions have been announced and will be in place from 1 June.
Water restrictions are an important element of drought response as they can help reduce water demand when we’re not getting enough rain.
Restrictions are just one way we are all working to secure Greater Sydney’s water supply during this time, as they help reduce demand for water when we’re not getting enough rain.
Total water storage across Greater Sydney on Monday 17 June is 52.6%
This figure is updated daily from unverified data from WaterNSW.
Weekly verified reports can be viewed at the WaterNSW website.
Being careful with how much water we use helps makes sure there's enough for everybody. There are things we can all do every day to be more water efficient.
We're empowering clean up groups across Sydney, Blue Mountains and the Illawarra to continue to run clean up events to help keep our beaches and waterways clean.
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We all need to do our bit to save water. Water is a valuable resource and it shouldn’t be wasted.
On average, each Sydneysider uses around 200 litres of water every day.
We can all play a part in being water efficient. A small saving by everyone can create an ocean of water savings if everyone gets involved!
We all love our water and we all need to do our part to save it.