Bingara Golf Course: Water Management

David Sutherland, Course Superintendent discusses how he has managed water use at Bingara Gorge Golf Course.

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Bingara Gorge Golf Course, designed by Graham Marsh, is an 18-hole course located in Sydney's Southwest. We speak to David Sutherland, Course Superintendent to learn how he has managed water use at the course.

The golf course relies on a local treatment plant that captures wastewater for reuse and recycling. In 2019, 56% of the golf course's irrigation water came from treated water. During periods of poor rainfall, the superintendent implemented a plan to pump water from the catchment dam to maintain the course. Watch the video to find out more.

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*Disclaimer: As of Oct 4th 2022, the Environmental Science division of Envu was divested. Note that this content was produced prior to separation.