Dam Tours

Catchment and dam tours


Community tours

Take a tour of our water supply! 

Go behind the scenes of the Coast’s water supply during one of our regular tours. 

Immerse yourself in the tranquillity of our catchments and dams, be awed by the powerful blast of water pumping from our treatment plants and learn about how we provide water to more than 330,000 people every day. 

You will have the opportunity to visit: 

  • Mardi and Mangrove Creek Dams 

  • Wyong River weir 

  • Mardi Treatment Plant 

  • Wyong River Pump Station and Woodbury Park

Our water education and operations team will also be available for any questions about how the system is managed and operated and what we are doing to be resilient in times of drought.

Tours are free and depart and return from either Wyong or Gosford. Lunch and morning tea are provided. 

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School tours

Mardi Dam and Water Treatment Plant School Tour Request

Have you ever wondered how the Central Coast’s water supply system works? Central Coast Council invites local schools to experience a behind-the-scenes guided tour of one of our water storage dams and water treatment plant facilities. This tour will allow students to see the water supply processes firsthand and council’s experts will be available to explain the systems and answer any questions your students may have. To express your interest in this amazing opportunity, please complete the request form below and a Central Coast Council Environmental Education Officer will contact you about the excursion.
Live Virtual School Tour

Live Virtual School Tour

The Central Coast Council is providing a new opportunity for schools to visit our water storage dams and water treatment plant facilities online.  An Environmental Education Officers using our virtual tour platform will take your students on a tour in the convenience of your classroom. Students will have the ability to ask questions and see everything as if they were there walking around. To express your interest in this amazing opportunity, please complete the request form below and a Central Coast Council Environmental Education Officer will contact you about the excursion.
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