Our corporation

Westernport Region Water Corporation, trading as Westernport Water, is a regional water corporation whose core functions are to provide drinking water, recycled water and wastewater services to properties and communities throughout its district, in accordance with the standards listed in the Westernport Water Customer Charter 2018-23, or by agreement.

Westernport Water is one of 18 water corporations operating and reporting to the State Government of Victoria. It is responsible for servicing 21,916 customers from 27 townships across an area covering 300 square kilometres, encompassing Millowl (Phillip Island) and mainland communities from The Gurdies to Archies Creek.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as First Nations People and that the land, sea and water are of spiritual, cultural and economic importance. We recognise that we provide services on the traditional lands of the Bunurong Peoples of the Kulin Nation. The Bunurong Peoples have managed the resources on Millowl for thousands of years. We acknowledge them and their continued connection to this place, as we go about managing the water resources today.

Our Board of Directors are appointed by our shareholder the Victorian State Government and comprises of eight members.

Our corporation is managed by an Executive Management Team, which consists of the Managing Director and three General Managers.

Westernport Water map

We service an area of over 300 square kilometers of Phillip Island and waterline townships of…

Organisation chart

This organisational chart represents the structure of the different departments across Westernport Water.