For the second year running, Westernport Water has been selected as having some of the best tasting tap water in Victoria as voted by water industry professionals. Water samples from
This year, water corporations from across Victoria will mark National Water Week a little differently by moving the annual celebration online. The Online Learning Festival runs from 19-25 October
Westernport Water is pleased to release its second Annual Watermark to customers. The Annual Watermark provides detailed performance information for the last 12 months in the areas that matter most
More than two thousand customers across six water corporations, including Westernport Water, will be surveyed over the coming weeks for their feedback on water and sewerage services. Joining forces for
With on-site learning resuming in Victorian schools after lockdown, precautionary measures are being taken to help children to transition back to school safely. Students have been asked to bring a
Westernport Water is committed to further improving water quality and service reliability for customers with $5.4 million invested over the past 12 months as part of its $27 million Capital
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 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.