Water Wise Measures replaced water restrictions across the state.
Water Wise Measures are a permanent reminder to adopt smart watering practices.
The times in which you can water depend on where you are watering. Please read the following section for details of watering.
You can water by hand at any time. This means you can use a hand-held hose fitted with a trigger nozzle, a watering can, bucket, or drip-feed irrigation system.
Sprinklers can be used for watering before 10am, or after 5pm.
If your children like to play under the sprinkler, or they have water toys that attach to a hose, they can use it any time on lawn or in a garden. Just make sure it's turned off when the kids are finished playing.
You can hose down paved areas only if it is to:
Make sure you use a hose fitted with a trigger nozzle, or a high-pressure, low-volume water cleaner.
You can wash vehicles or boats if you use a:
If you can, park your car or boat on a lawn before you wash it. That way you get the most out of your water use.
Before putting in a pool or spa, make sure you get a swimming pool permit from SA Water. This permit lets you fill the pool or spa.
As part of the permit conditions, you must have a Smart Approved WaterMark pool cover (or a liquid blanket with an auto-doser or six months' supply). We will want to see proof of purchase before giving you the permit.
If you can't find the information you are looking for, please call the Water Wise Measures Hotline: 1800 130 952
Water supply in the surrounding area may be impacted as we resolve this issue. Traffic restrictions may also apply as we resolve issue.
SA Water is installing cross connections at 13 sites in various locations along North East Road to disconnect an old water main and reconnect to a newer main in the network.
Works are being undertaken Monday 8 February 7pm to 6am. Traffic management and lane restrictions will occur at the Nottage Terrace and Derlanger Ave intersection and the Dutton Terrace and Northcote Terrace intersection. However, traffic will remain open in all directions.
Detours will be in place to access Dutton Terrace.
Works are expected to be complete Thursday 11 February 2016.