Corporate plans and reports
Water Security Program
Our blueprint for managing water over the next 30 years, within the guidelines set by the Department of Energy and Water Supply.
Released on 24 March 2017:
For more information about Water for life, visit http://www.seqwater.com.au/waterforlife
Corporate profile | Download [3MB]
An overview of our core operations and activities, and also includes a map of our major assets.
Seqwater Strategic Plan 2018-2023 | Download [3MB]
Sets out our strategic direction, purpose and key priorities.
Annual Report 2017-18 | Download [15MB]
The annual report details the non-financial and financial performance of Seqwater during the 2017-18 financial year.
Operational Plan 2018-19 | Download [2MB]
The Seqwater Operational Plan is the performance agreement between us and our responsible Ministers. The plan sets out our financial and non-financial performance targets for the year, together with the major activities, objectives, undertakings, policies, investments and borrowings of Seqwater for 2017-18.
Statement of Obligations | Download [3MB]
Outlines the overarching obligations of Seqwater in meeting the expectations, expressed as guiding principles, of the responsible Queensland Government Ministers. The Statement has been issued under the South East Queensland Water (Restructuring) Act 2007. It states Seqwater’s core business and area of operations as defined in the Water Act (2000).
Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority - Performance Report 2015-16 | Download [100kb]
Our annual report on the performance reporting framework against key performance indicators (KPIs), as per the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008.
Water Service Providers - Performance Report 2016-17 | Download [100kb]
Our annual report on the performance of water service providers, as per section 142A of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008.
Development Guidelines | Download [3MB]
More information is available on our catchment planning page.
Policy Statements | Download all [500kb]
Our policy statements outline our commitment to the areas of:
Bulk Water Supply Code | Download [3MB]
Administered by Department of Energy and Water Supply, regulates the supply of bulk services such as the supply of water and water services, between Code-regulated Entities (e.g. Council and council-owned service providers).
The VCM is used to calculate the cost of providing a Bulk Service to an un-metered Bulk Supply Point. The VCM may be reviewed if requested by a Code-regulated Entity and Seqwater will undertake consultation with affected Code-regulated entities prior to making any amendment to the VCM.
Technical Standard Specification - Supply and installation bulk supply meters for potable water | Download [1MB]
This standard specification provides the minimum requirements for Seqwater work relation to the design, supply and installation of bulk supply (revenue) meters for potable water. It does not apply to meters used for non-revenue applications.
Flood manuals and emergency plans
Flood operations manuals
Manual of Operational Procedures for Flood Mitigation at Wivenhoe Dam and Somerset Dam Revision 14 (November 2016) | Download [5MB]
Manual of Operational Procedures for Flood Mitigation at North Pine Dam Revision 9 (November 2014) | Download [5MB]
Emergency Action Plans for Referable Dams
We have an approved action plan for each of our referable dams. You can download them from the Department of Energy and Water Supply’s website.
We provide flood reports to the State Government’s Dam Regulator following a flood event.
View reports from previous flood events on our archive page.
Drinking Water Quality Management Plan (DWQMP) reports
DWQMP Regular Audit Report - May 2016
2016-17 DWQMP Annual Report
View our archive page for annual reports from previous years.
Wyaralong Dam Estuarine Ecological Management Plan Annual Report | Download [8MB]
In accordance with the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation approval for operation of the Wyaralong Dam (ref: 2006/3157), Seqwater are required to publish the annual report for the Wyaralong Dam Estuarine Ecological Management Plan (EEMP). The report documents as a review of the monitoring data collected in 2012. Based on the indicators assessed in 2011 and 2012, no detrimental changes in physical, chemical or ecological conditions in the Logan River estuary or southern Moreton Bay were attributable to the Wyaralong Dam construction or operation.
Banksia Beach - Borefield Environmental Management Plan | Download [5MB]
In accordance with the approval (ref: 2007/3396) issued under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999), for the Bribie Island Water Treatment Plant and Borefield, Seqwater is required to publish the Borefield Environmental Management Plan.
Bribie Island Borefield - Annual Compliance Report 2017-18 | Download [1MB]
In accordance with the approval (ref: 2007/3396) issued under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, this annual compliance report is the fourth compliance reort on the operation and management of the Basnkia beach Water Treatment Plant and Borefield under the Borefield Environmental Management Plan (BEMP). This report addressed compliance with the conditions of approval between 1 September 2017 and 31 August 2018.
Bribie Island Borefield - Annual Compliance Report - 2016-17 | Download Part A [2MB] | Part B [2MB] | Part 3 [MB] | Part 4 [2MB] | Part 5 [2MB] | Part 6 [2MB]
In accordance with the approval (ref: 2007/3396) issued under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, this annual compliance report is the third compliance report on the operation and management of the Banksia Beach Water Treatment Plant and Borefield under the Borefield Environmental Management Plan (BEMP). This report addresses compliance with the conditions of approval between the 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017.
Northern Pipeline Interconnector Stage 2 - Annual Compliance Report 2017-18 | Download [12MB]
This annual compliance report is the eighth compliance report on Matters of National Environmental Significance (MNES) for the Northern Pipeline Interconnector Stage 2 (NPI Stage 2) and addresses the requirements of conditions applied to the project under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).