Time for Action  |  Wentworth Shire Region: Tourism & Events Strategy 2029

Flood Experience Survey

Were you affected by flooding between August 2022 and March 2023? Natural Hazards Research Australia currently has an online survey looking for the Wentworth Shire community to share their flood experiences. Submissions also have the chance to win one of ten $150 Woolworths vouchers. 

Every story is important as there were a wide range of flood impacts. Not everyone who was affected will have had water in their home or business. You may have chosen to spend the night away due to flood concerns, or perhaps your access roads were cut off by floodwaters and you were isolated for a period of time – all of these experiences are relevant.   

Be part of improving preparedness and response for floods and reduce future flood risk. 

This independent research is conducted by Natural Hazards Research Australia with RMIT, Macquarie University, Monash University and will aid in improving community safety and resilience in future floods. 

Find out more and complete the survey at  https://bit.ly/sa-vic-nsw 

Junction Park Outdoor Fitness and Playground Equipment

Regional Drought Resilience Plan

Wentworth Shire Libraries is looking for feedback

Wentworth Shire Libraries would like to receive feedback from community members and library visitors.

Your feedback can help to tailor the future programs, events and services that the Libraries provide.

WaterNSW Pricing Proposal 2025-2030

Every four years, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) sets the maximum charges for WaterNSW prices and ensures that WaterNSW proposed costs are fair, prudent and efficient.

For the next pricing period (2025-2030), WaterNSW must submit its draft water pricing proposal to IPART by September 2024, with new prices, regulated and set by IPART, to take effect from 1 July 2025. These determinations will affect Rural Valleys, Greater Sydney, and Water Administration Ministerial Corporation customers.

This pricing proposal engagement will look a little different to previous years. WaterNSW are expanding the breadth and depth of their engagement so that customers and stakeholders of all types – big and small – are offered the opportunity to be involved in decision-making.

In the second half of 2023, WaterNSW will start to examine price proposal issues and there will be a deeper dive into greater detail, with the website regularly updated. Price sharing issues, tariffs structures, and cost proposals will be examined into 2024. 


For further information or to get involved in the pricing proposal process, click or tap the button below.