Airlie Beach Sustainable Water Project

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Whitsunday Regional Council’s $16.6 million water pipeline between Proserpine and Airlie Beach is on track to be finished in April 2021.

Nearly 20 kilometres of pipe has already been laid, with major creek and road crossings underway at Brandy Creek, Myrtle Creek and Shute Harbour Road. A crossing at the Bruce Highway near Proserpine was recently completed in late 2020.

Council has received $5 million through the Queensland Government’s Building Our Regions program towards the new pipeline, which will provide a sustainable water supply for our growing population. The new pipeline is a major investment into a sustainable future for the Whitsunday region.



Whitsunday Regional Council’s $16.6 million water pipeline between Proserpine and Airlie Beach is on track to be finished in April 2021.

Nearly 20 kilometres of pipe has already been laid, with major creek and road crossings underway at Brandy Creek, Myrtle Creek and Shute Harbour Road. A crossing at the Bruce Highway near Proserpine was recently completed in late 2020.

Council has received $5 million through the Queensland Government’s Building Our Regions program towards the new pipeline, which will provide a sustainable water supply for our growing population. The new pipeline is a major investment into a sustainable future for the Whitsunday region.


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