Fill up your water bottle with free filtered water

Fill up your water bottle with free filtered water

Fill up your water bottle with free filtered water at bottle-filling stations in Noosa, thanks to Noosa Council.

The new stations provide free filtered water at the push of a button and will reduce plastic waste.

The first water station is near the start of the Park Road boardwalk, near Noosa's Main Beach. Two more stations will soon be brought online on Gympie Terrace, Noosaville – one next to the Lions Park river stage and another near the tennis courts.

Each station can fill two bottles at a time, with a press of the button dispensing 600ml of water.

The water stations, designed by Noosa Council staff, support Council’s Towards Zero Waste initiative and add to Council’s commitment with Boomerang Alliance to see Noosa become plastic-free.

 

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