Residents in a remote South Australian town can now access drinking water from their taps, following the construction of a new desalination plant delivered by SA Water. 

The new small-scale reverse osmosis plant, stationed on Kurka Drive, can produce up to 210,000L of safe and clean drinking water each day for residents. 

SA Water General Manager for Sustainable Infrastructure, Amanda Lewry, said that the new desalination plant marks an important milestone for the outback town.