The Queensbury Wastewater Pump Station is a key pump station in the SA Water network, supporting a population of almost 50,000 in Adelaide’s north-western suburbs. The pump station was originally constructed in 1935, and collects wastewater from around 20,000 properties, before pumping to the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant for treatment and discharge or re-use.

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Nestled in the Brindabella Mountains, at the bottom of the Great Dividing Range, is the water supply system built to service Australia’s largest inland city, Canberra.

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