Candowie Reservoir, Westernport Water’s primary water storage, reached 100% capacity and began spilling downstream into Tennent Creek on Monday 25 May 2020. More than 560mm of rain has fallen over
Bass Coast Reconciliation Network has risen to the challenge of acknowledging this year’s national events through digital mediums. The network will host two online events for both Sorry Day on
For the second year running, Westernport Water has been named as a finalist in the ‘Leading Employer’ category at the Institute of Public Administration Australia’s (IPAA) Leadership Awards in Melbourne
The unseasonable rain and mild local weather conditions this summer has resulted in less water consumption and a stronger water storage level for the region’s main water supply, Candowie Reservoir.
Westernport Water has committed to zero emissions by 2050 with a short-term goal of reducing its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 8% by 2025. The first stage of the Emissions
Westernport Water will test its connection to the Melbourne water supply system this summer to ensure that it performs reliably in the future when we need it most. Managing Director
Yesterday, Westernport Water released its Annual Water Outlook which forecasts water supply security for the year ahead. Managing Director Peter Quigley explained that the Outlook considers the current storage level
Each year, National Water Week aims to raise awareness and understanding of water challenges across the globe. This year’s National Water Week runs from 21-27 October, with the theme “It’s
Westernport Water is pleased to announce that its 2019 Annual Report was released today. Westernport Water’s Annual Report details performance highlights from throughout 2018-19, describes progress towards meeting customer commitments,
This October is Buy Nothing New Month and Australians are being challenged to reduce their environmental footprint by cutting out single use plastic bottled water. Australians spend more than $736
Westernport Water is responsible for supplying drinking water, recycled water, and sewerage services to customers on Phillip Island and the district between Archies Creek and The Gurdies.