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Woodend is a growing community located in the Macedon Ranges, 65km north of Melbourne.


We use a number of water sources to ensure we can meet local demand even when inflows are low.

Woodend’s water can be sourced from:

  • local reservoirs including Campaspe Reservoir, Graham Brock Reservoir, Reservoir C and other Mount Macedon reservoirs. This water is treated at local water filtration plants and is not fluoridated
  • Rosslynne Reservoir, near Gisborne, treated at Rosslynne Water Filtration Plant (fluoridated)
  • the Melbourne supply system (fluoridated)

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Woodend’s sewage is treated at the Woodend Recycled Water Plant, north of town.

Recycled water

The Woodend Recycled Water Plant produces Class C recycled water.

This recycled water is used to irrigate local farms, sportsfields, large gardens and recreation areas.

Greater Western Water has a licence to discharge excess recycled water volumes to Five Mile Creek under strict conditions set by the Environment Protection Authority.

Projects and planned works

Steady population growth is expected for Woodend. To cater for this and ensure we remain compliant with relevant legislation and standards, the following projects are underway: