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30 Mar Partial closures now in place at Lake Moondarra

Mount Isa Water Board advises the community that, in response to National Cabinet decisions, there are partial closures in place at Lake Moondarra ‘Outback Park’, however Transport Bay picnic area and the dam lookout remain open to the public for day-use activities. MIWB last week advised...

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22 Mar MIWB Confirms Treatment Capacity Restored

Mount Isa Water Board confirms the successful completion of repairs allowing the recommissioning of five of six filter plant units meaning the needed treatment capacity has been restored. “Treatment capacity has been returned to a maximum of 25 million litres per day out of our...

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20 Mar Critical Infrastructure Repairs Progress

Mount Isa Water Board thanks the community for their co-operation with the precautionary water conservation measures over the forthcoming weekend. “Overnight, an incident has damaged electrical infrastructure necessary for the filtration process” MIWB Chief Executive Stephen Farrelly said “there is sufficient water available for all essential...

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12 Feb Mount Isa Water Board secures supply

Mount Isa Water Board will invest $4 million to install two new custom-built clean water tanks at the Mount Isa Terminal Reservoir site, helping to secure the town’s water supply for the next 50 years. The original tanks are over 60 years old, built in 1958...

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08 Feb Correction to 7 February Lake Level

The Mount Isa Water Board advises that an incorrect Moondarra lake level was published on the morning of Friday 7 February, and apologises to the community for the error. "Transparency is an an essential principle for Mount Isa Water Board and we understand the level of...

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05 Feb R48 Reserve Flood Response

Mount Isa Water Board advises the community that there are partial closures in place at Lake Moondarra ‘Outback Park’ and the associated boat ramps, however Transport Bay picnic area and the dam lookout remain open to the public. While the dam presently remains below 90 per...

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