Monterey Reserve Recycled Water Scheme and Frankston Recycled Water Scheme

Project Overview

Council, in partnership with South East Water, is seeking Victorian and Federal Government investment to deliver more sustainable alternative water sources for the irrigation of local parklands, reserves and sports grounds by expanding the recycled water infrastructure network.

Projects include:

  • Monterey Recycled Water Scheme - construction of a 2.3 km of pipeline commencing off Peninsula Link near Seaford Road, Seaford. Delivering 115 ML/year of Class A recycled water to approximately 33.7 ha of local school grounds, golf courses and playing fields.
  • Frankston Recycled Water Scheme - construction of a 4km of pipeline commencing at Jubilee Park, Frankston. Delivering a further 43 ML/year of Class A recycled water to approximately 12.9 ha of local parklands, golf courses, buildings and playing fields. This is stage 2 of a project completed several years ago


Funding Breakdown