Our partnerships focus on connecting with the WA community to build a sustainable water future. We proudly support organisations that align with driving the state's growth and vitality, increasing awareness of our environment and water sustainability, and enabling greater community involvement in making WA a great place to live and invest.

We’re proud to contribute to the community and build long term relationships that benefit our customers and the environment across WA.

Performers from the Bilya Kaatijin 'Fresh water knowledge' Yirra Yaakin production

Our key partnership focus areas are split into:

We support initiatives that inspire an appreciation of our environment and an awareness of the value of water.

The programs and projects include education, legacy and long term initiatives that build resilience in our communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

WA Museum Boola Bardip

We have partnered with the Foundation for the WA Museum and the WA Museum to enhance the community’s appreciation of our natural environment, build understanding on climate change and raise awareness about the importance of being waterwise.

We are working collaboratively with the WA Museum Boola Bardip to create thought-provoking and moving displays which engage and educate everyone of all ages on current environmental issues, climate and the preciousness of water in WA.

Our partnership supports the following initiatives:

  • Enrich people’s lives across WA by connecting them with water through creativity, culture and the community spirit
  • Enhance the cultural, scientific and education of the WA Museum
  • Expand the knowledge of our school aged children

Learn more about the current displays and plan your visit.

Loop Upcycling

LOOP Upcycling is a Perth based social venture, which turns “waste into wonder” by transforming unused and redundant corporate workwear into custom made products.

LOOP creates long term, life changing jobs for those most at need in our community. Their workforce includes disability service providers, domestic violence shelters, prison industries and the long term unemployed.

We recently partnered with LOOP Upcycling and commenced a pilot upcycle initiative utilising redundant Water Corporation workwear, which will be used to create useful workplace items.

Partnering with LOOP to securely and sustainably dispose of our unused workwear in a responsible and ethical way, ensures we avoid sending waste to landfill and minimises our environmental impact.

Ozfish Seeds for Snapper

We’re proud to partner with Ozfish Seeds for Snapper program - one of Australia’s largest seagrass restoration projects.

Every summer, volunteers collect and disperse more than 1 million seagrass seeds in Cockburn Sound.

Seagrass (Posidonia australis) fruit once a year. During this time, the fruit floats to the ocean’s surface. They get washed ashore or out to sea, where they can't germinate. In November, OzFish volunteers get out on the water to collect seagrass fruit. Divers and boaters harvest the fruit by collecting it in nets. Once the fruit matures, it's processed in large onshore tanks. The seeds are then dispersed in areas ideal for seagrass meadow restoration. OzFish volunteer scientists and University of Western Australia (UWA) researchers keep an eye on the area to make sure the seeds grow.

Developed in collaboration with UWA, this innovative approach has increased seedling density by up to 2,000%. More than natural regrowth!


Waterwise partners

We foster partnerships that support and encourage greater ownership and sustainability of WA's water. Our waterwise partners are committed to sharing our water efficiency messaging through community programs, projects and initiatives.

We support cultural initiatives that enrich people’s lives across WA by connecting them with water through creativity and community spirit.

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company

Yirra Yaakin, which means ‘stand tall’ in Noongar language, is one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal performing arts organisations dedicated to bringing First Nations’ stories to the world through theatre, in an exciting and engaging way.

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company aims to ensure Aboriginal theatre provides opportunities for Aboriginal artists at all levels of theatre creation and production.

As part of our long term partnership with Yirra Yaakin, we’re sponsoring the Bilya Kaatijin play school tours across metro and regional WA.

Bilya Kaatijin (which means ‘fresh water knowledge’ in Noongar) is the fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin’s Kaatijin series.

Connecting stories from Noongar land to Wonguktha land, Aotearoa New Zealand to the Kikuyu people of Kenya, Bilya Kaatijin will teach audiences about the importance of water to First Nations people around the world.

The play directly aligns with our initiative to build understanding and appreciation of nature and the conservation of water through sustainable practices.

We support organisations that allow us to enrich people's lives across WA  through community engagement and spirit.

Orange Sky

We are proud to be a partner of WA’s branch of Orange Sky which provides homeless people with a free laundry service, warm showers and genuine conversation, and helps to connect those in need with available support services.

We are sponsors of Orange Sky’s Perth laundry van named “Koorda” (meaning friend in Noongar language), which has been supporting our Perth friends since 2016.

Koorda helps to support the 9,000 plus people across WA who are currently experiencing homelessness. In 2021, the van was also able to help those affected by the Wooroloo bushfires.

Clontarf Foundation

We’re proud to partner with Clontarf Foundation in supporting their Educational Engagement and Life Skills program that operates through their academies across WA.

Their mentoring programs operate in a supportive environment at school sites, where Aboriginal students engage in academy activities which focus on leadership, employment and well-being.

We support the Foundation through engaging with Clontarf participants in a range of activities, such as hosting worksite visits and supporting employment forums to develop employment skills of the students.

Waalitj Foundation - Deadly Sista Girlz

The Waalitj Foundation empowers First Nations Peoples through education, employment and business. We're delighted to support the Deadly Sista Girlz Program, which operates in 16 schools across WA.

Deadly Sista Girlz mentors offer a stable environment for girls to make positive choices about their health and future. The program focuses on:

  • building self-esteem, confidence and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity
  • fostering practical cultural contribution in the community
  • nurturing positive social interactions
  • building relationships based on mutual respect, encouraging active self-development
  • facilitating Yarning circles - topics include sexual and women’s health, drug and alcohol abuse, road safety, healthy nutrition, financial literacy and healthy relationships.


MADALAH is a not-for-profit organisation that offers secondary and tertiary education scholarships for Indigenous students from communities outside of regional centres and regional WA communities.

We support students with a keen interest in STEM and the water industry through scholarships, which enables them to strive for excellence in their education and training free of the worry of financial pressures.

Partnership seekers

We welcome proposals from groups or organisations seeking support. In your submission, please consider how your initiative or idea aligns with our vision and business objectives.

For more information, please contact Partnerships or call (08) 9420 3792.