Scamander
Whitemark
Mole Creek
Avoca
Lady Barron
Ringarooma
Legerwood
Derby
Branxholm
Winnaleah
Mountain River
Pioneer
Gretna
Cornwall
Gladstone
Wayatinah
Epping Forest
Colebrook
Judbury
Mathinna
Rossarden
Gretna- Delivered
Herrick
Bronte Park

Whether we live in one of Tasmania’s cities, suburbs, or remote and rural farming communities, and no matter how we making our living – we all depend on access to water that is clean and safe to drink. 

That’s why in August 2016, TasWater committed to accelerating works to remove Public Health Alerts (PHAs) from 24 regional towns across Tasmania.

With the improvements our staff and contractors have put in place, we are pleased to confirm that we have not only kept our promise, but have done so in three additional communities – National Park, Fentonbury and Westerway, and Rocky Creek.

National Park
Fentonbury and Westerway
Rocky Creek System
Maydena
Scamander
Whitemark
Mole Creek
Avoca
Lady Barron
Ringarooma
Legerwood
Derby
Branxholm
Winnaleah
Mountain River
Pioneer
Gretna
Cornwall
Gladstone
Wayatinah
Epping Forest
Colebrook
Judbury
Mathinna
Rossarden
Gretna- Delivered
Herrick
Bronte Park

As part of TasWater’s Regional Towns Water Supply Program, the following towns will receive water they can drink straight from the tap by 31 August 2018

National Park
Fentonbury and Westerway
Rocky Creek System
Maydena