The Western Australian Water Corporation has announced the completion of the $3.6 million upgrade to Broome’s water treatment facilities, which it says will lead to significant improvement in water quality for consumers.

Water Corporation North West Regional Manager Peter McAllister said the works were part of a larger suite of projects in Broome to secure supply and improve water quality in the town.

"The $3.6 million works included improvements to the chlorine and fluoride dosing systems and the replacement of the pH correction facility," Mr McAllister said.

"Water quality is one of our top priorities so it is important we continually invest in upgrading treatment facilities to meet the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines."