The Werris Creek water treatment plant pipeline has now been restored after severe storm events seriously damaged it on the weekend.
This means water restrictions for Werris Creek have been reduced to level 2 after having level 5 instated during the works.
Liverpool Plains Shire Council's (LPSC) general manager Joanne Sangster thanked the town's residents for their patience.
"The community's assistance during the emergency restrictions, along with some water council trucked in to top up the system, enabled water supplies for the necessities of showering, toilet flushing and drinking to be maintained," Ms Sangster said.
"I'd also like to pay tribute to the LPSC water services team for the herculean task they've achieved in completing the necessary works as expeditiously as possible. On Sunday, they assessed the damage and determined it would take about 72 hours to complete. They have undertaken the project under difficult circumstances within the specified time-frame."
Ms Sangster said crews continued to clean up and repair other damaged infrastructure, with public safety the factor of determining priority.
"Again, we ask for patience as the work is carried out. It is still a big task, we have a finite number of people available to carry out the necessary work and it will take time to repair this unprecedented damage," she said.