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The 2024 National Water Week Poster Competition is on again, with the theme Accelerating Action. You can download the entry form here. To find out more about the competition, visit the National Water Week website.

For more than 25 years, our Waterwise School Program has educated those who can have an impact on our water future. Reaching tens of thousands of students every year, the program has delivered meaningful experiences for students and has motivated behaviours beyond the classroom for years to come.

Our results have given us confidence that these programs create the awareness and behaviour change that will help us secure a sustainable water future. We offer a range of free school incursions, virtual tours and lesson plans. To find out which school program is best suited to your class, see below. 

Education statistics 2024

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Water supply & water conservation

Learn about the foundations of our natural and integrated water cycle and the demand our growing population puts on our systems.

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Water in Aboriginal culture

Submerge your students in Noongar culture and water knowledge to appreciate culturally significant bodies of water and Perth's water history.

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Waterwise experience

Try our immersive silent disco experience for up to 90 Year 7-10 students per session to get a global perspective on water knowledge and sustainability.

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Waterwise school action plan

Commit to staying waterwise in your school by sharing your initiatives and completing your action plan. Our team are here to support you along the way.

Submit your action plan

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