Water refill stations
By using and refilling a reusable drink bottle with tap or tank water, you can:
- reduce the impact on the environment
- save money, as local water only costs around three cents per litre compared to buying bottle water.
Did you know...
- It takes 250ml of oil to produce one litre of bottled water.
- Only 35% of bottles are actually recycled, even though they are recyclable.
Most empty water containers end up in landfill or waterways, and can kill or harm marine life and livestock.
- Plastic bottles in landfill or in the environment take hundreds of years to break down.
- Bottled water can cost over $3 per litre.
- Australians have spent $400 million on 250 million litres of bottled water.
Water refill stations
Our permanent and portable refill stations give you options to refill with tap or tank water while you are out and about, instead of buying bottled water.
Each station has a wheelchair accessible bubbler and taps to fill your water bottle and drink bowls for your pet.
There are permanent public refill stations at:
- Maloneys Beach: near toilet block and facilities
- Batemans Bay: Clyde Reserve near amenities
- Batehaven: Corrigan's Reserve near the play area
- Malua Bay: in front of SLSC
- Broulee: Coronation Drive carpark
- Broulee: near Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC)
- Tomakin: near the boat ramp and facilities
- Moruya: Riverside Park near the play area
- Moruya: Gundary Oval near the play area and facilities
- Moruya Heads: near SLSC and facilities
- Tuross: Coila Beach bike path
- Tuross: One Tree, Tuross Beach
- North Narooma: Apex Park near amenities block
- Dalmeny: near the camp ground
- Kianga: near toilet block and picnic area
- Narooma: Rotary Park next to noticeboard
- Narooma: Quota Park adjacent to play area
- Narooma: NATA Oval
- Narooma: Narooma Surf Club
Portable stations for hire
Council also has four portable refill stations that can be connected to existing town water supplies for events and carnivals. They come in a portable boogie board bag with all the connections and food grade hoses ready for use. These are available to community groups and schools by booking through Council during business hours.
If you would like more information about our tap water or refill stations, contact Gillian Kearney, Council's Sustainability Education Officer from Monday to Wednesday:
- T: 4474 1083
- E: Council's Sustainability Education Officer