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National Water Week

National Water Week (21 – 27 October, 2019) inspires all of us to work together to build community awareness and understanding of water-related issues. It's also a great time to start conversations and encourage people to learn more about the value of water. 

This years’ theme "It’s time to change the world" has been adapted from the World's Largest Lesson on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, a campaign to introduce the 17 sustainable development goals to young people all over the world and unite them to take action to meet these goals by 2030.

Students make a splash

To help us meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, City West Water got primary school students from our region involved in the National Water Week poster competition.

The competition gives students a chance use their creative talents to highlight water-related issues important to them and their community. It's also a great way for teachers to start conversations about the value of water with our young generation.

We received 150 entries from seven schools in this year's competition. Here's some of the fine work our future generation of water savers produced (click to enlarge).


Educational resources

City West Water offers a range of resources that will help you advocate the importance of valuing water in your community. Visit our Education Resources page to learn more.

Saving water

Whether it's at home or work, we've got the tips and advice that will help bring your water bills down. We'll even exchange your old showerhead for a more efficient one - for free! Visit our Saving Water page for more.

Australian Water Week resources

Get involved with National Water Week by downloading the images below and using them across your school, workplace and community.

Download the poster (PDF)

Download the logo (PNG)

Download the graphic (PNG)

For more resources and information about National Water Week events, go to the Australian Water Association website.