The draft Namoi Regional Water Strategy was on a second public exhibition from Monday, 22 August until Sunday, 18 September 2022.
All submissions are currently being reviewed and feedback on the strategy overall including the short list of actions presented is informing the finalisation of strategy documents.
A summary of feedback received and a copy of respondent submissions (for those respondents that have provided permission) will be published on this website later in the year.
Thank you to those who have made a submission.
Draft Consultation paper and background information
The second draft Namoi Regional Water Strategy is a set of two documents.
- Consultation Paper – Shortlisted actions for the Namoi region (PDF, 16564.42 KB)
- Executive Summary – Namoi Regional Water Strategy (PDF, 7780.07 KB)
Note: Updated versions of the 'Namoi: Shortlisted Actions – Consultation Paper' were uploaded on 2 September 2022, which corrected information on page 30 of the document and again on 20 September 2022, which corrected information on pages 82, 93, 132 and 149 of the document.
Additional information can be found in:
Public information sessions
Public information sessions took place during the public exhibition as per the table below. You can still watch the recorded webinar with an overview of the regional water strategies program, region-specific challenges and shortlisted actions. The webinar included a question and answer session.
|Webinar||Monday, 12 September 2022|
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
|Watch the recorded webinar|
|Narrabri||Monday, 5 September 2022|
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Crossing Theatre (Exhibition Room)
117 Tibbereena Street, Narrabri 2390
|Manilla||Wednesday, 7 September 2022|
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Manilla Memorial Town Hall Complex,
210 Manilla Street, Manilla 2346
|Tamworth||Thursday, 8 September 2022|
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
West Diggers Club,
4 Kable Avenue, Tamworth 2340
Following public consultation, we will develop an implementation plan that will set out when we plan to commence each action and what we plan to achieve by when. The implementation plan will also identify key partners in effectively delivering these actions, including local councils, other government agencies, local community groups and local Aboriginal communities.
Not all actions will be commenced at once, and funding will be a key consideration in planning when and how the actions will be implemented. The regional water strategies will be a key tool in securing funding as future opportunities arise.