Homeowners

Water Saving Tips

Water Saving Tips
A great advantage of living rural is the surrounding environment. But there is a lot to do, especially with a large garden to look after and keeping on top of water leaks.
Water Saving Tips
When planning your garden, selecting plants that thrive in conditions that change from months of drought to months of heavy monsoonal rain is a must! Luckily, there are some beautiful options, that [...]
Water Saving Tips
Here are some things you should know... Our gardens are a vital part of our lifestyle. They contribute to our well-being by providing aesthetically pleasing and functional environments for our [...]

Rebates & Offers

Offers
Living Water Smart's Garden Tune Up provides a free garden irrigation audit at your home or business by one of our registered irrigation experts. The irrigator will reprogram your irrigation controller to provide your garden with the water it needs, when it needs it. It also includes up to $50 of on-the-spot irrigation repairs.
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Advice for gardeners and caretakers Leaks in schools can be extremely wasteful and costly, so it’s important that those responsible for maintenance know what to look out for, and how to fix or report [...]
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Any commercial operation, business, government or not for profit organisation in the Darwin region is eligible for a free Water Use Health Check with Living Water Smart.

Q&A

Q&A
Hunter Hydrawise The Hunter Hydrawise is one of many smart irrigation controllers on the market. The Hydrawise system automatically adjusts your watering based on accurate local weather data. The [...]
Q&A
Living Water Smart is a Power and Water initiative to help the Darwin region reduce water use. In Darwin we currently use more water than can be captured and supplied in the long term. It’s not about [...]
Q&A
All of us want to save money on our water bills. Just making small adjustments to the way we use water can make a big difference.

Latest Articles

Living Water Smart have a range of initiatives to help Darwin’s community save water and save money.

Latest News
At the moment Darwin River Dam is at 74% full and falling at almost 8 mm a day, which is normally where the Dam level is at around November after a full dry season of water use. What does this mean for our water supply?
Latest News
1 May 2018 What do 2018's Cyclone Marcus and 2011’s Cyclone Carlos have in common? Practically nothing, if you are measuring the amount of rain that fell in the Darwin River Dam catchment area. With [...]
Latest News
Early in 2017 Living Water Smart and City of Darwin embarked on a joint green space assessment program. The aim was to assess and identify opportunities for water efficiency at Darwin’s popular parks, [...]