Planning and delivery
For detailed project planning information please visit the NSW Government Planning portal.
View the Environmental Assessment Requirements (PDF, 234.56 KB)
Frequently Asked Questions
See answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the New Dungowan Dam and Pipeline Project.
Environmental Impact Statement
Water Infrastructure NSW is developing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) as we seek approval to construct the project from the NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces and the Australian Minister for the Environment.
The EIS will assess the economic, environmental, and social impacts of the New Dungowan Dam and Pipeline Project and identify measures to mitigate these impacts.
A comprehensive range of environmental, technical and heritage studies is underway for the EIS, which will go on public display in 2022.
Since July 2021 the Project Team has been consulting with the community on the draft technical EIS reports. Fact sheet summaries of these reports and feedback surveys are available so community members and stakeholders can have their say on the reports prior to public exhibition.
Find out more about the EIS
Local business register
Water Infrastructure NSW is encouraging local businesses to register as a supplier for the new Dungowan Dam and pipeline project. The local business register will be provided to the major construction contractors so they can demonstrate how they will maximise local business and employment opportunities as part of the tender process.
For this project local business is defined as 150km from the project area.
Please note, registering your interest does not guarantee employment.
Register your business