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Water Supply


Mains water and sewage in the Cessnock local government area is provided by Hunter Water and any issues with these systems should be reported directly to Hunter Water.

Council monitors any on-site sewage management systems, undertaking inspections of all systems within the Local Government Area.

Water Saving Tips

Water Wise Rules are actions to help save water at all times. Water Wise Rules were adopted by Hunter Water on 1 July 2014 and remain in place.

The Hunter Water website also has information on Saving Water including:

  • In the Home
  • In the garden
  • At work