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Water Storage Levels

Water Storage Levels

Water Storage Levels

North East Water operates 24 water treatment plants to supply 37 separate water supply systems throughout the region. Water supplies are drawn from a wide range of sources including groundwater, reservoirs and directly from rivers and streams.

Six towns in the North East draw their water from reservoirs. The reservoirs provide additional security of supply to these towns during the drier periods when the flows in the local streams can be unreliable.

For storage levels of lakes Hume, Dartmouth, Buffalo, William Hovell or Mulwala, click here.

For an overview of the Murray River system click here.

Current Water Storage Levels

Last Updated:

Town
 
Storage Capacity
(Megalitres)
Current Volume
(Megalitres)
Current Volume
(%)
Beechworth %
Benalla %
Bright %
Corryong/
Cudgewa

 

 

  %
Dartmouth %
Myrtleford %