1. Warragamba Dam: Sydney water quality affected by fires and rainfall  NEWS.com.au
  2. Queensland and NSW drinking water hit by floods and fire but authorities say most areas are safe  ABC News
  3. Heavy rains are great news for Sydney's dams, but they come with a big caveat  The Conversation AU
  4. Nepean Dam overflows after reaching 100 per cent capacity due to rain  NEWS.com.au
  5. Sydney dam overflows as levels surge after days of torrential rain in water catchments  ABC News
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The quality of Sydney’s largest water supply has declined after recent severe weather events.The quality of Sydney’s largest water supply has declined after recent severe weather events.

Warragamba Dam: Sydney water quality affected by fires and rainfall

Water authorities on Australia's east coast are dealing with ash and debris from recent fires and sediment from floods flowing into a number of critical water supplies. Can they keep it safe?Water authorities Australia's east coast are dealing with bushfire ash and flood waters affecting water quality. So what are they doing to keep it safe?

Queensland and NSW drinking water hit by floods and fire but authorities say most areas are safe - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Floods will undoubtably wash pollutants into water reservoirs. Are we prepared enough to protect our drinking water?Floods will undoubtably wash pollutants into water reservoirs. Are we prepared enough to protect our drinking water?

Heavy rains are great news for Sydney's dams, but they come with a big caveat

Dams near Sydney overflowed Thursday after days of torrential rain, as parts of Australia braced for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country's east. Recent downpours have brought relief to areas ravaged by bushfires and drought -- as well as chaos and destruction to towns and…

Dams overflow as parts of Australia brace for more floods - Japan Today

NSW's water authority has admitted significant amounts of ash and debris have been washed into Sydney's main catchment area in the wake of devastating bushfires and the state's recent deluge of rain....NSW's water authority has admitted significant amounts of ash and debris have been washed into Sydney's main catchment area in the wake of devastating bushfires and the state's recent deluge of rain....

NSW Facing Water Quality Concerns After Bushfires And Heavy Rains | Gizmodo Australia

But despite the heavy rainfall, water restrictions remain in place for Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Illawarra.But despite the heavy rainfall, water restrictions remain in place for Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Illawarra.

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SYDNEY • Dams near Sydney overflowed yesterday after days of torrential rain as Australia braced itself for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country's east.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Australia/NZ News -SYDNEY • Dams near Sydney overflowed yesterday after days of torrential rain as Australia braced itself for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country's

Dams near Sydney spill over as more storms bring new dangers, Australia/NZ News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Hundreds of people have been rescued from floodwaters in recent days.. Australia. Sydney. Bushfire. Wildfire. Climate Change. Floods. Climate Crisis.Hundreds of people have been rescued from floodwaters in recent days.. Australia. Sydney. Bushfire. Wildfire. Climate Change. Floods. Climate Crisis.

After bushfires and cyclone, Australia brace for floods

Dams near Sydney overflowed Thursday after days of torrential rain, as Australia braced for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country's east.

Dams overflow as Australia braces for more floods