SEQ Water Grid

The SEQ Water Grid allows us to move treated drinking water around the region. This is especially important when patchy rainfall leaves some areas with full dams and other parts of the region with lower dam levels. The Water Grid can supplement but not completely replace local water supplies.

The SEQ Water Grid is a bulk water supply network of:

  • 12 dams
  • 36 conventional water treatment plants
  • 3 purified recycled water treatment plants
  • 1 desalination plant
  • 28 bulk water reservoirs
  • 22 pump stations
  • 600km+ of bulk water supply pipelines.

We also supply drinking water to 53,000 people living in 16 off-grid communities. The water for these communities is sourced and treated locally, then distributed to households and businesses.  

View a map of our SEQ Water Grid and off-grid water treatment plants.

 

Map of water retail distributors in SEQ

Your local water service provider

Seqwater is the region’s bulk water supply authority. We source, store, treat and supply bulk drinking water through the SEQ Water Grid for distribution to your tap. 

The supply of water to your home is delivered by your local water service provider and council water businesses.

Unitywater

Unitywater is the water service provider for Noosa, Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay Regional Council areas.

Contact Unitywater for information about your local water supply.

Queensland Urban Utilities

Queensland Urban Utilities is the water service provider for Brisbane, Scenic Rim, Ipswich, Somerset and Lockyer Valley areas.

Contact Urban Utilities for information about your local water supply.

Redland City Council (Redland Water)

Redland City Council is the water service provider for the Redland area.

Contact council for information about your local water supply.

Logan City Council

Logan City Council is the water service provider for the Logan area.

Contact council for information about your local water supply.

City of Gold Coast

City of Gold Coast is the water service provider for the Gold Coast region.

Contact council for information about your local water supply.