There are no set watering days.
Watering systems can only be used to water gardens and lawns in between the hours of 6 pm and 10 am, any day of the week.
|Watering times (applicable for the use of watering systems)
Public gardens, lawns and playing surfaces can use a watering system between 6 pm – 10 am, any day of the week or water in accordance with an approved Water Use Plan.
Watering systems for public gardens or lawns must be fitted with a rain or soil moisture sensor.
||Watering systems may be used to water lawns only between the hours of 6 pm and 10 am. Exemptions apply if installing warm season grass or applying fertilisers. Visit WarmSeasonGrass.com.au for more information.
||You can wash windows using a hand held hose fitted with a trigger nozzle.
|Trigger nozzles must be used
||A hand held hose must be fitted with a trigger nozzle and hoses must be in good condition and free of leaks.
|No set watering times for hand watering
||You may water residential or commercial gardens and lawns as needed with a hose fitted with a trigger nozzle – at any time, on any day of the week.
|No hosing paved areas
||Hosing down driveways, paths, concrete and other paved areas is not permitted.
|Fountains or water features
||You can fill and operate your fountain or water feature as long as it recirculates the water.
||You can continue to use a handheld hose fitted with a trigger nozzle when washing your car, in addition to a bucket or high-pressure cleaning device.
|Pools and spas
||You can fill or top up pools and spas as needed.