- Cobbler Creek - an integrated flood mitigation, harvesting and reuse scheme: Fact sheet (PDF - 249 KB)
Project location: Adelaide, South Australia
Funding recipient: City of Salisbury
Total Australian Government funding: $2,210,000 (GST exclusive)
Water savings: up to 400 ML/yr
About the project
The project will form a new supply node to the City of Salisbury's existing recycled water distribution network. The extension of the supply network and the installation of new reticulation pipe through the Salisbury city centre will allow treated stormwater to be supplied to local schools, sports fields and industries.
This project will reduce the impact of urban runoff by providing a catchment wide approach to the management of Cobbler Creek.
- improve water supply security by reducing the demand for potable water by up to 400 ML/yr, and
- reduce localised flooding in Salisbury South.
Stormwater Harvesting and Reuse projects are funded by the Australian Government's Water for the Future initiative.
For up-to-date information about the Water for the Future initiative.