What is happening?

As part of our ongoing commitment to future-proof Perth’s water supply, we plan to continue to renew aged water pipes in Mosman Park and North Fremantle. This work will improve the security and reliability of the water supply in the area for decades to come. 

We are currently in the planning phase for the renewal of water pipes from west of Stirling Highway near Boundary Road in Mosman Park to Stirling Highway, south of Craig Street in North Fremantle. 

Where is this happening?

Please see the map below showing the proposed alignment.


When is this happening?

Construction is currently planned for 2021-22. To prepare for this work, our design consultant GHD will visit the area in early 2021 to locate underground services and to assess ground conditions to assist with project planning and design.  

How will this impact the community?

Geotechnical investigations will include drilling small potholes along the proposed alignment to assess ground conditions. This work will cause noise, dust and vibrations.

When completed work in the road, traffic management personnel will be on site to safely assist drivers around the work areas.

Several test locations are planned within the bushland to the west of Stirling Highway. Access to the area will be via the existing tracks. No vegetation will be cleared during this work and all precautions will be taken to minimise the impacts to the area. If you have any concerns about this work, please contact the Community Engagement Advisor, Kate Lee. 

We understand that our work may cause temporary inconveniences and are committed to working with you to minimise impacts and complete the work as quickly as possible.

Contact us

General and community enquiries
Kate Lee, Community Engagement Advisor
0476 810 379

General enquiries
Customer Solutions team
(08) 9420 3529

Fault, emergency or security issues
13 13 75 (24-hour)