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Recreational Water

Monitoring the Safety of Recreational Swimming Locations

Recreational water quality sampling is undertaken throughout the summer season. Four popular recreational swimming locations are monitored regularly from December through until March each year.

Testing is to ensure the water at these locations remain safe for public use and most importantly, human health.

If monitoring reveals that the quality of the water has been compromised in any way, investigations will commence. Relevant warnings will be issued, via signage at the sites and on the Meander Valley Council Website.

Recreational water sites being monitored include:

•             Meander River - Egmont Reserve, Birralee Road, Westbury

•             Liffey River – The Esplanade, off Louisa St, Bracknell

•             South Esk River – Lions Park, off Main Street, Hadspen

•             Lake Trevallyn – Blackstone Park Drive , Off Kelsey Rd, Blackstone

If I have any enquiries regarding Recreational Water Quality, whom should I contact?
Council's Environmental Health Officers are able to advise on Recreational Water Quality, contact 6393 5300

Recreational Swimming Locations

 

 

Westbury - Meander River, Egmont Reserve, Birralee Road

 

 

Bracknell - Liffey River, The Esplanade, off Louisa Street

 

 

Hadspen - South Esk River, Lions Park, off Main Street

 

 

Blackstone Heights - South Esk River, Blackstone Park Drive, off Kelsey Road

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