Western Water currently provides water and sewerage services to around 1,300 residents in Rockbank.
Network Upgrades/Rockbank and surrounds
Precinct structure planning by the Victorian Government’s Growth Areas Authority means the area’s population is predicted to increase to almost 20,000 by 2030. With rapid development expected, new water and sewer infrastructure is essential.
In response, Western Water’s projects involve building critical water and sewer infrastructure to service developments in Rockbank, Rockbank North, Plumpton, Eynesbury and Mount Cottrell.
Find out more about our planned and current water and sewer projects in the area by clicking on the below links.
We’re constructing a new water main along Leakes Road from Plumpton to Rockbank to ensure we can provide quality drinking water to the growing Rockbank community.
We’re constructing a new sewer main to transfer sewage from the Woodlea Estate to our pump station in Rockbank.
We’re building a new sewer pump station on the outskirts of Rockbank to meet the service needs of the existing township and Rockbank North area.
We’re building a new sewer rising main to transport sewage from our new sewer pump station in Rockbank to the Melton Recycled Water Plant in Mount Cottrell.