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Water & sewerage services

Read about the City's water and sewerage infrastructure and our part in delivering safe, high-quality water to households and businesses across the city.

Our water and sewerage network

City of Gold Coast's water and sewerage network and assets are worth more than $3.7 billion and include:    

  • 269,221 drinking water connections
  • 3545 kilometres of drinking and non-drinking water mains
  • 55 drinking and non-drinking water pump stations
  • 58 drinking and non-drinking water connections
  • 10,006 non-drinking and recycled water connections
  • four sewage treatment plants
  • 253,318 sewerage connections
  • 3461 kilometres of sewer mains
  • 533 sewerage pump stations
  • five re-chlorination facilities
  • 38,084 hydrant points for firefighting, flushing of mains and operational purposes.

The City's role in delivering water to the Gold Coast

Although the City is the water and sewerage service provider, the State Government owns the bulk water supply. This includes the Hinze Dam and Tugun Desalination Plant. The State Government sets the wholesale price that the City pays for water, which is passed on to customers.

The State Government owns the drinking (potable) water treatment plants.

Find more information about our water services in the fact sheet, Our role in delivering water to the Gold Coast.

For the details of the latest water and sewerage charges, see our water and sewerage pricing fact sheet.

Water and sewerage enquiries

The contact telephone numbers for water and sewerage enquiries are 1300 000 928 or 07 5667 5801.

All water enquiries and payments are supported across the Gold Coast at our customer service centres.

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