Bold Park Reservoir maintenance work

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Project goal:

Ensuring the reservoir’s storage ability is maintained and further improving the reliability of supply to local residents.


In construction

Delivery Date:

Mid-July 2018 - end of February 2019

What's happening?

Water Corporation has been undertaking essential work over the last few months to upgrade the water infrastructure at the Bold Park Reservoir site. Please view this information for further details on this work.

Overnight on Monday 5 November, 2018 we will be connecting part of this new infrastructure to the existing system.

Customers in City Beach and Mount Claremont may experienced reduced pressure and discoloured water overnight during this work. Completing this work at night, will ensure these customers will not be affected by these impacts in the day time.  

Community impacts

Night work impacts - Monday 5 November, 2018

This night work will take place between the hours of 6pm and 7am. This will ensure minimal impact on customers' water supply in City Beach and Mount Claremont.

Local residents may notice some construction noise from machinery, pipe welding and cutting.

We will make all effort to ensure disturbance from this construction is minimised.

Overall impacts:

Local residents may experience low-level construction noise from general construction activities and the use of machinery to complete this work, including excavators, cranes and loaders.
People walking along the Kulbardi walking trail directly alongside the reservoir’s fence will notice this work occurring and project signage will be in place.


Other than this scheduled night work, work will take place between normal working hours of 7am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday throughout the project.

If you have any questions regarding this work, please direct them to Elecia Wheat, Advisor - Community Engagement, Water Corporation via email at or call (08) 9420 3265.

For more technical enquiries, please contact Ben Shaw, Valmec Project Manager on 0427 293 381.


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