About Us
Our Organisation

About Shoalhaven Water

Proudly part of Shoalhaven City Council, Shoalhaven Water manages the collection, treatment and distribution of water in the Shoalhaven City. We also collect, treat and dispose of wastewater safely back into the environment.

REMS irrigation We are involved with all areas of the community.

But we’re about much more than just water and sewerage services:

  • We work closely with schools and the community to help everyone care for our natural environment and become champions of Australian water saving.
  • We also manage some of the Shoalhaven’s most scenic areas of wilderness and we’re committed to opening it up to the public so that you can get out there and experience it firsthand.

Shoalhaven Water have a dedicated team of staff both in the offices and out in the field that keeps your water running day and night, rain or shine, 24 hours a day seven days a week. We will endeavour to meet our Levels of Service agreed to and paid for by our customers and clients – the people of Shoalhaven.

Our Management

The list below shows the contact details of the Managers within Shoalhaven Water and their responsibilities

Carmel Krogh

Robert Horner
Acting Director Shoalhaven Water

Responsible for the overall strategic management of the water and wastewater schemes.

Trish Hoerlein

Trish Hoerlein
Acting Business Support Manager

Responsible for the business operation of the Group from a financial perspective and ensure accountability to customers.

Carmel Krogh

Matthew Kidd
Acting Water Asset, Planning & Development Manager

Responsible for planning and implementing capital works projects which cater to community growth and expectations.

Carmel Krogh

Andrew McVey
Operations Manager

Responsible for the provision of maintenance, operation and construction services for all water and wastewater facilities.


Aboriginal Acknowledgement

Shoalhaven Water proudly acknowledges our cities Aboriginal community and their rich culture and pays respect to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as Australia’s first peoples and as the traditional owners and custodians of the land and water on which we rely. 

We recognise and value the ongoing contribution of Aboriginal people and communities to our cities way of life and how this enriches us.