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Our Waterwise Building Program recognises building owners' efforts and ongoing commitment to water efficiency to significantly improve water savings.

The Program is free to participate in and assists businesses in benchmarking their water efficiency and demonstrating their sustainability accomplishments.

Key achievements
  • 21 commercial offices are part of the Waterwise Buildings Program
  • 19 buildings have been recognised as Gold
  • Our participating waterwise buildings make up 476,256 square meters of the Perth CBD 

Program benefits

Program participants receive several benefits, including:

  • Recognition as a leader in water efficiency by Water Corporation and Property Council of Australia
  • Exclusive access to the waterwise logo
  • Access to tools such as data loggers and resources (stickers and posters) to encourage waterwise behaviours
  • Potential for improved sustainability ratings and reduced operational costs and water use achieved by improved water efficiency
  • A competitive edge when promoting your business as a sustainable place to work
  • Invitations to workshops, offers, networking and industry events


Find waterwise buildings

See our list of endorsed waterwise buildings and find out if you're working in one.

Learn from our waterwise buildings

Our case studies capture real-life challenges and lessons. For example, the case studies show how benchmarking water use and planning for improvement can lower operating costs, such as sewer volume charges and costs associated with heating, pumping and treating water.

Workzone East Building

Workzone East

Discover how the 7-storey Workzone East building has achieved impressive sustainability and water savings.

QV1 building in Perth City


In just 12 months, QV1 achieved close to 50% of water savings in their outdoor green spaces.

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197 St Georges Tce

Smart controlled air conditioning technology is reducing water use and saving energy at 197 St Georges Tce.

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