Biniguy to Pallamallawa pipeline almost complete

Access to a safe and secure supply of town water will soon be a reality for the residents of Biniguy, with construction nearly complete on the Biniguy Potable Water Project.

At the end of January, 95 per cent of the 11,343 metres of the potable water pipeline between Pallamallawa and Biniguy had been constructed, according to a Facebook post on Moree Plains Shire Council's page.

The construction of the 15-metre high water tower has since commenced and soil testing (drilling) has been completed to design the foundations for the water reservoir tower.


The $3.96 million Moree Plains Shire Council project - which has been fully funded under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Water Security for Regions program – will see water piped 11.5km from the existing Pallamallawa reservoir and provide a treated supply to the village’s 31 homes.