Talks, Presentations and Tours
East Gippsland Water provides a range of free educational presentations, tours and talks for community groups and schools which can be tailor-made to meet specific requirements. To find out more or to book a tour click the button below.
Shane the Siltslayer
Shane the Siltslayer is a short video storybook written by East Gippsland Water to introduce the many specialised machines we uses to keep the water safe to drink. With behind the scenes videos and downloadable resources, there is much to learn with Shane!
Backyard Activities for Kids!
Spending time in your backyard can be an enjoyable pastime- but it can also be a great educational excursion! Exploring the ecosystem that is your backyard, can give kids and adults a easy interaction with nature. Click below to find fun activities about water in your backyard.
Be Smart Choose Tap
Choose Tap was developed by Yarra Valley Water, to encourage communities to drink tap water in preference to soft drinks and bottled water and to promote a healthy lifestyle. For tips, trick and posters to promote water select the button below.
SWEP is funded by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the program allows facility managers, teachers and students access to up-to-date water consumption information through an interactive platform that delivers water consumption data in a timely manner via a user friendly and functional interface.
Complementing the platform, participating schools will receive access to a tailored curriculum program, which incorporates the school’s water data in mathematics and sciences as well as providing students with robust water saving messages which they can apply at home.
For more information click here or check out the SWEP Brochure Leak Week 2018
Smart Approved Water Mark provides water efficiency resources to East Gippsland Water customers. With videos about how to fix a leaking toilet cistern to a interactive video about a water saving blue house, there are many different water saving resources available. Click here to find out more.
East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority
East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority provides information about the roles and responsibilities of the Authority in the management of land, biodiversity and water resources in the region.
You will also find information about the features of our major rivers, the key threats to these rivers, and the progress being made towards improving and keeping them in good health.
For more information regarding the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority click here.
For more information regarding the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authorities educational activities click here.
Waterwatch is a citizen science program for monitoring waterway health. To find out more or to get involved, click here!