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Distribution and storage improvements
Warrens Gully
Estimated cost
$9.52 million
Project status

The project is funded by the Australian Government ($4.76 million) and other partners ($4.76 million). Australian Government funding is provided through the National Water Grid Fund.

Water pumping equipment.

The Queensland Connections package is enabling the delivery of the Warrens Gully System project.

Project overview

The National Water Grid Connections Pathway enables the quick delivery of targeted water infrastructure projects. As a result, bringing immediate benefits to Australia’s regional communities.

Small-scale infrastructure projects make localised improvements to water outcomes. They can also make nationally significant contributions.  

The Warrens Gully System Capacity Upgrade project is being funding under the Connection Pathway in Queensland.

The project includes upgrades to infrastructure in the Warrens Gully System. Including the construction of a new river pump station. This will enhance water services to existing customers and assist the expansion of the agricultural industry.

It’s expected the project will deliver:

  • up to 43 jobs during construction and up to 50 ongoing jobs
  • 12 to 18 gigalitres in extra storage capacity
  • 620 hectares of extra irrigable land
  • up to 15 new customers or properties connected to a water supply.

Construction is expected to be complete in early 2024.

Key project benefits

Increased storage capacity
Water security

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