Water from the Pigeon Bay water supply scheme supplies water to 18 properties in Pigeon Bay.

Water for the Pigeon Bay water supply scheme is taken from a spring above Dick Stream, and passes through four settlement tanks before flowing by gravity to the treatment plant on Pigeon Bay Road.   

At the treatment plant, the water passes through a disc filter and a cartridge filter before being disinfected with UV light.  Treated water is stored in a reservoir on the hill above treatment plant site, and from there it is piped to 18 properties in Pigeon Bay.

It is a restricted water supply, which means that each house has its own storage tank which can receive up to 1,000 litres of water per day.