Can I drink the tap water?

How good is the tap water in Sydney, Australia ?

321 people said "I love the tap water here", 163 people said "I drink filtered tap water", 104 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink".

All in all, 55% of folks here drink from the tap.

How good is the tap water in all of Australia?

512 people said "I drink filtered tap water", 989 people said "I love the tap water here", 286 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink",

All in all, 55% of folks here drink from the tap.

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Drinking water in Sydeny - Sydney Forum - TripAdvisor   -Apr 12, 2010 ... Answer 1 of 11: What is facility of getting Drinking water in Sydney . ... and taps have 'Do Not Drink' signs on them, which means the water ...

Is tap water in Australia drinkable? - Quora   -Sydney: Sydney's water is from natural sources. It's filtered to the high standards set by the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines. This ensures it's safe to drink ...

Water fluoridation in Australia - Wikipedia   -Australia is one of many countries that have water fluoridation programs currently operating (see Fluoridation by country). As of March 2012, artificially fluoridated drinking water is provided for 70% or .... (1987). "Tasmania". Australians:Events and Places. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Fairfax, Syme & Weldon Associates. p. 366.

1998 Sydney water crisis - Wikipedia   -The 1998 Sydney water crisis involved the suspected contamination by the microscopic ... McClennan handed down his final report to the NSW Premier making ... These four plants provide more than 90% of Sydney's drinking water. Up to 80% ...

Sydney Water - Wikipedia   -Sydney Water or formally, Sydney Water Corporation, is a New South Wales Government–owned statutory corporation that provides potable drinking water, wastewater and some stormwater services to Greater Metropolitan Sydney, the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains regions, in the Australian state ...

Question about drinking water - Australia Forum - TripAdvisor   -Oct 4, 2017 ... In all Australian cities and in towns of reasonable size, the tap water is .... As sydneynick said, not everywhere has fluoride, there's no fluoride in ...

Water supply and sanitation in Australia - Wikipedia   -More than four million people in Sydney, the Illawarra, the Blue Mountains ... and Woronora river systems to supply their drinking water.

Water in restaurants - Australia Forum - TripAdvisor   -Sep 19, 2011 ... "Bottled" water in Australia refers to Mineral water - still or sparkling. ... My experience with Melbourne tap water was similar to Sydney.

Costs? Bottled water, a coffee etc. - Australia Forum - TripAdvisor   -coffee prices are all over the place; in the Sydney CBD, a nice take-away flat .... I don't think debating the issue of tap water is high on the OPs list of priorities!

Seawater desalination in Australia - Wikipedia   -During recent years, Sydney has experienced some freshwater shortages. Australia is the driest inhabitable continent on Earth and its installed desalination capacity comprises around 1% of the world's total. Until a few decades ago, Australia met its demands for water by drawing ... million liters (ML) of drinking water per day, supplies 15% of Sydney's water ...


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