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Laanecoorie is a small town in the Loddon Shire. Engineer and WWI general, Sir John Monash, designed and built a bridge over the Loddon River in Laanecoorie, which still remains today.

You can view the latest Water Summary for Laanecoorie here.

Water restrictions

Water Supply

Loddon - supplies Bealiba, Bridgewater, Dunolly, Inglewood, Laanecoorie and Tarnagulla. Raw water is supplied from the Loddon River. Goulburn-Murray Water manages the raw water supply.

Water Treatment

Water is treated at the Laanecoorie Water Treatment Plant.

The Water Treatment Process (PDF 43KB) includes coagulation and flocculation, clarification, media filtration and pH correction. Disinfection is via UV and chloramination. Algal toxins and taste and odour compounds are removed using a PAC process. 



There is no sewerage system for Laanecoorie.

Towns without sewerage systems generally have septic tanks to treat sewage. Find out more about onsite wastewater systems on the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) website.


The nearest standpipes to Laanecoorie are:

  • Poverty Street, Tarnagulla
  • Thompson Street, Dunolly

For more information on standpipes and how to use them, see water carting.

Projects and planned works

We plan projects and works to maintain and improve our services. Find out more about our current projects or planned works in our region.


Last updated on 01 Apr 2020
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