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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.

Tours and Presentations 
There are opportunities to visit East Gippsland Water facilities located around the region, including water and wastewater treatment plants, as well as water storage facilities. We also provide free educational presentations for schools and community groups which can be tailed to specific requirements. Click here for more information and to book a tour or presentation. 

Water Trailer
The water trailer and mobile water refill stations are available for events within East Gippsland Waters service area. It is free of charge and is best suited for events where expected crowds are over 100 people. Click here for more information.

Native Vegetation and Habitat Creation Grants
As a part of East Gippsland Water’s commitment to environmental sustainability, we have developed the Native Vegetation and Habitat Creation Grant program – is open to educational and community groups within our service region. Click here for more information.

National Water Week
As part of National Water Week, East Gippsland Water runs an annual poster competition for local primary school children to to raise awareness of water as our most precious resource. To find out more, click here.

Education Resources
We have a variety of resources available to assist schools and community groups in relation to water and wastewater:
Useful links and resources
Hydration resources 
Shane the Siltslayer

Hydration Station
If you are out and about and need to fill up your drink bottle, we have installed free water refill stations around the region. Click here to see where some of the water refill stations are.