Bundaleer Pipeline Scheme

Bundaleer Pipeline Scheme

What is the project?

We are working towards the development of a new 12 kilometre pipeline and other related infrastructure which will deliver water from the Bundaleer Reservoir.

This project will ensure water for local agribusinesses at an affordable price.

Why is it important?

The Bundaleer Pipeline Scheme will provide an economical source of water to industry in the area.

At full production, the Scheme will provide an extra 275 megalitres a year for agriculture.

This will help create jobs, encourage investment and support the region’s agricultural economic development.

The State Government has committed $3.18 million towards development of the Scheme.

What can I expect?

If Australian Government funding is secured, construction of the Bundaleer Pipeline Scheme is expected to start in 2018.

Works will see the construction of the distribution network, a pump station, storage tanks and a chlorine station.

The community will still be able to access the Bundaleer Reservoir for recreational fishing.

Where can I get more information?

For more information, please call SA Water on 1300 650 950 or email project@sawater.com.au.

  • Major faults

  • Reported

  • Charlbury Rd
  • Medindie Gardens
  • 21/03/2018
  • Major Leak
  • Last Updated: 21/03/2018 07:52 AM - We have received a report of an incident in Medindie Gardens. Water supply in the surrounding area may be impacted as we resolve this issue. Traffic restrictions may also apply. Reference Number WO: 06281665.

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  • Scheduled works

  • Underway
  • Rupert Av
  • Bedford Park
  • 21/03/2018
  • Supply Interruption
  • Estimated start time (water off): 22/03/2018 09:00 AM
    Estimated restore time (water back on): 22/03/2018 06:00 PM

    We’re committed to improving your services and are undertaking maintenance work in Bedford Park. Water supply in the surrounding area may be impacted during the above times. Traffic restrictions may also apply.

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