Celebrating water achievements

This year is the 20th year for National Water Week. For Westernport Water it’s a chance to celebrated the many water achievements and announce the winners of the 2013 poster competition.

Westernport Water would like to thank all the children, schools and community groups that have contributed to making not only National Water Week but 2013 a great year for water.


This year celebrates the 20th year for National Water Week and focuses on the importance of liveable communities, in which sustainable water management is a key component.


Managing Director Murray Jackson said “for Westernport Water it’s a time to celebrate the water achievements that have helped secure our region’s water.


“In the lead up to water week children from across the region participated in various water related excursions and our annual poster competition.


“The fabulous poster art created by the children showed a strong understanding of local water matters and highlighted the important role water plays in their lives an our community.


“I would like to acknowledge the efforts of our local education providers for getting involved with water related activities and ensuring water is a top priority,” said Mr Jackson.


National Water Week poster competition winners for 2013 are grade 5/6 – Imogen Price San Remo PS, grade 3/4 – Marlai Ashlee Ware Newhaven PS, grade 1/2 – Layne Dellevergini of Newhaven PS and grade prep winner Ysabella Gloria from Newhaven College PS.
If your school, class or community group would like to take advantage of our hospitality, book in a tour, or have one of our many specialists present at your next function, please contact Geoff Russell Communications and Public Relations Manager on 59564140 or email:grussell@westernportwater.com.au


For further information about National Water Week or our education programs please click here,


National Water Week 2013 Poster Competition Winner


Above from left grade prep – Ysabella Gloria (NCPS), grade 3/4 Marlai Ashlee Ware (NPS), grade 5/6 Imogen Price (SRPS), Row 2 – grade 1/2 Layne Dellevergini (NPS)