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Supporting Local Communities

East Gippsland Water

East Gippsland Water is committed to being actively involved in our community and to play a role in its development.

We love being a part of the community and are keen to encourage people to lead a healthy lifestyle in our service area. We are doing this in many different ways – some of which you many know and others that maybe a surprise.

Click on the links below to find our more about how we are supporting our local communities.

water_trailerThe Water Trailer is available for events within East Gippsland Waters service area. Its free of charge and is best suited for events where expected crowds are over 100 people. Click here for more information

Meet-Pat-1[1]

Meet Pat fountains are the newest addition to our hydration campaign. These drink bottle filling points and bubble taps are available free of charge for events across the region. They are easy to set up and portable all you need to do is connect them up to the East Gippsland Water supply and away you go.  Click here for more information

Australian Adventure Festival

Where the worlds of adventure sport meet in one ultimate festival. Mountain biking, trailing running, paddling, adventure. The Water Trailer will be at the Festival Hub located at the Esplanade Reserve, corner Princes Highway and Myer Street, Lakes Entrance and the...

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Tour of Gippsland

The Australian Paper Tour of Gippsland is described as a "Jewel in the Crown' of Australia's domestic road cycling calendar. Stage 2 of the 2016 tour is the Be Smart Choose Tap Road Race - a 105.7km road race between Paynesviile and Metung on Thursday 1 September. So...

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East Gippsland Water Dragons

The East Gippsland Waterdragons is a competitive swimming club, catering for swimmers of all ages and abilities. We source members from all over East Gippsland including Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, Lindenow, Orbost and Swifts...

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