Bass Coast proudly supported NAIDOC Week at a moving event at Churchill Island where Elders, Traditional Custodians and members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community joined with the
The Essential Services Commission has released its pricing decision for Westernport Water, which outlines the maximum prices we can charge customers for specific services from 2018-23. The decision is based
Bass Coast is proud to support Reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through a series of events in support of NAIDOC Week running from 8 -15 July. The
Westernport Water is proud to announce that its Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) has been endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. The RAP sets out Westernport Water’s commitment to strengthen relationships, build
Water bottles were once again waiting for all new prep students on their first day of school, thanks to Westernport Water’s Choose Tap campaign. This year’s preps from Newhaven
The global movement encouraging 16 days of activism to end violence against women took on a distinctly local perspective last Thursday at the Nobbies as Ken Lay shared some
As part of its National Water Week celebrations, Westernport Water ran an online photo competition to promote drinking water and give local community groups the chance to win much
Three of the largest Bass Coast employers teamed up last week to raise awareness about the prevention of men’s violence against women at a White Ribbon event held in Newhaven.
Each year, National Water Week inspires individuals, communities and organisations to work together to build community awareness and understanding around water issues. This year’s National Water Week theme is ‘Water
Bass Coast and Gippsland residents are being asked to give feedback to their local water corporation this month. Gippsland Regional Water Alliance partners – Westernport Water, South Gippsland Water, Gippsland
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.