At Unitywater, we're a local organisation that not only delivers essential 24/7 water and sewerage services but also has a focus on the region's bigger picture. That's why we're investing in infrastructure for the future and supporting community and environmental activities to enhance and protect our Moreton Bay region.

Here's a snapshot of some key activities we're working on. 

Search and zoom on the map to find our projects in the Moreton Bay region. Click on the icons on the map to see more, or see below. 

ShellfishHelping shellfish habitats in the Passage

Sewage Treatment Plant iconWorking on the Redcliffe STP

Back to Tap VanReducing single-use plastic water bottles

 Preventing erosion of the river banks

Water refill station Water bottle refill stations near you

Mural ArtBringing community art to Wamuran




Pumicestone Passage - shellfish habitatHelping shellfish habitat in Pumicestone Passage

Aptly described as the ‘kidneys of the coast’, native shellfish in Pumicestone Passage play an important part in the water  quality of this beautiful natural asset. Together with council, Traditional Owners and other agencies, we’re installing artificial reefs in the passage as habitats for these valuable species.

Read more about our other environmental activities


Bringing community art to Wamuran Wamuran mural

Inspired by the rich heritage and landscape of this rural community, we’re set to unveil a showpiece on the town’s water  pump station. Thank you to the Wamuran community for having their creative say on transforming this building into an eye-catching landmark.

Read more about our other community artwork programs.


Back to Tap van
Back to Tap van

Redcliffe Sewage Treatment PlantWorking on the Redcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant (STP)

Improving this plant’s performance and ensuring it is able to meet community needs now and into the future continues to be a key priority. Work on this vital facility is on track for completion in late 2019.

View the timeline and overview of the project.

Caboolture river erosionPreventing erosion of the banks of the Caboolture River

Imagine preventing more than 3,500 tonnes of soil from entering and potentially polluting the Caboolture River and  Pumicestone Passage. We’re making this environmental aim a reality this May by planting native vegetation on the river banks at Bellmere to help stabilise this area and prevent erosion.

Read more about our other environmental activities.




Moreton Bay refill stationReducing single-use plastic water bottle waste

Fifty-nine community events, five new refill stations, one great ambition! Join us in helping to prevent more single-use plastic water bottle waste going to landfill or clogging our waterways. We’re not only taking our Back to Tap van to  community events near you but you’ll also beable to fill your reusable bottle at new water stations in Bongaree, Burpengary, North Lakes, Scarborough and Woody Point. 

Book the van for your next event or view the water refill station locations in Moreton Bay.