|Services||From designing and building dams, managing and operating infrastructure|
|Total assets||A$10 billion|
|Parent||Government of Queensland|
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SunWater, the trading name of SunWater Limited, is a statutory Queensland Government-owned corporation that supplies bulk water to over 5,000 customers and water consultancy services to a range of institutional clients in the Wide Bay–Burnett and North West regions of Queensland, Australia.
Function and activities
SunWater is responsible for the operation and maintenance of 19 major dams, 63 weirs, 80 major pumping stations and more than 2,500 kilometres (1,600 mi) of pipelines and open channels. Water storage infrastructure managed by SunWater includes Burdekin Falls Dam, Bjelke-Petersen Dam  and Wuruma Dam.
SunWater constructed, and owns and operates the Tinaroo Hydro Power Station, a mini–hydroelectric power station at Lake Tinaroo; and the Paradise Mini-Hydro, a mini–hydroelectric power station at Paradise Dam, impacted by flooding near Bundaberg in 2010.
- Queensland Water Commission
- Water security in Australia
- Water supply and sanitation in Australia
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- Frequently Asked Questions - SunWater :: Making Water Work
- Profile - SunWater :: Making Water Work
- What we do - SunWater :: Making Water Work
- Contact Us - SunWater :: Making Water Work
- "Current Government-owned businesses". Queensland Treasury and Trade. Government of Queensland.
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