Media Release Year 10, 11 and 12 students regularly gain real world experience with Westernport Water, working in a variety of areas like engineering, communications, information technology and science fields.
Bass Coast Reconciliation Network Joint Media Release Bass Coast’s community has supported reconciliation events in record numbers to commemorate National Sorry Day and celebrate National Reconciliation Week this year with
Joint Media Release Everyone is invited to walk together with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community to commemorate the important dates of Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week
Joint Media Release Working together to strengthen reconciliation across the region, the recently formed Bass Coast Reconciliation Network aims to bring together organisations and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Media Release Westernport Water was named ‘Leading Employer’ at the Institute of Public Administration Victoria’s (IPAA) Leadership Awards in Melbourne on Tuesday, 19th February 2019. Now in its 11th year,
We have been running annual customer satisfaction surveys with the Gippsland Regional Water Alliance since 2014, undertaking 400 interviews with our customers each year. The four week survey window for
All customers please note, our Newhaven Office will be open Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm during the Christmas and New Year period of 2018/2019, except on the public holidays when we will
Joint Media Release Driving reconciliation activities across the region, Bass Coast Shire Council, Phillip Island Nature Parks, Bass Coast Health and Westernport Water have come together to form a
Students recognised for their fabulous poster art. This year’s National Water Week poster competition once again displayed the talents and thoughtfulness of our local primary school children. Students created posters
As part of National Water Week and the STEM Sisters Program, a group of young women from Newhaven College were recently congratulated for their research project. The STEM Sisters Program
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.