Braidwood water restrictions lifted


Water restrictions in Braidwood NSW will be fully lifted from Friday 6 March, although residents are asked to comply with permanent water conservation measures.

Mayor of Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (QPRC), Tim Overall, said that since the rain in the region in early February, the Shoalhaven River has shown strong baseline flow levels that have allowed council to bring Braidwood’s off-river storage dam back up to 100% capacity.

Meanwhile, water restrictions in Bungendore will remain at Level 1 for the time being, but QPRC predicts these will be lifted after a review in mid-March.

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