Redland Water is a commercial business unit within Redland City Council focused on delivering high-quality water safely and reliably to residents.
Redland City Council buys bulk water from Seqwater, which owns and operates the bores, dams, reservoirs, water sources and catchments. Water is distributed around the city via a network of 1301 km of water mains.
Drawing water from our system
Water can be drawn from Redland City Council’s water reticulation system at various filling stations across the Redlands.
Operators intending to transport water for domestic purposes must obtain a license under the Food Act 2006 - refer to the Queensland Health website. Operators must also provide the license number and details to Redland Water.