Waterwise Partners

As the demand for water efficient products and services in the community grows, so do our partnerships with business and industry. Our Waterwise Partners work with us by promoting water efficiency within our community.

Waterwise Office Program Partnership wins State Water Award

Waterwise Office Program Partnership wins State Water AwardThe Waterwise Office Program has been awarded the WA 2016 Australian Water Association (AWA) Water Award.

The program, run in partnership with the Property Council of Australia and City of Perth, won the Program Innovation category and was recognised for saving more than 60 million litres of water in commercial buildings.

The Waterwise Office Program is a free, voluntary program, aimed at supporting Perth's commercial office sector to reduce their water use. It provides water use performance indicators so that it’s easy to assess how water efficient a building is and identify opportunities for improvement.

The program will now compete at the National Water Awards which will take place in Sydney 2017.

We’d like to thank our Waterwise Offices who take part in the program and also HFM Asset Management who conducted the benchmarking research.

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Image: (L-R) Water Corporation’s Jessie Cochrane and Adele Gismondi with representatives from Property Council and City of Perth.

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Rosehill Waters recognised as Waterwise Development

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Rosehill Waters by Noahs Rosehill Waters Pty Ltd has become the latest to earn Water Corporation’s Waterwise Development endorsement.

Rosehill Waters, in South Guildford, has a strong focus on sustainability with residents expected to use significantly less water than the average household in Perth, through waterwise design, water-efficient appliances and alternative water sources. The Waterwise Development will offer new homeowners front landscaping packages that incorporate water saving design elements, such as hydrozoning and drought tolerant species of plants. It will also offer irrigation systems with rain sensors and controllers that can be adjusted seasonally to make sure water is not being wasted as well as water efficient fixtures and appliances inside homes.

The Waterwise Development Program, run in affiliation with the Urban Development Institute of Australia UDIA (WA Division), recognises the importance of designing homes and communities to be more water efficient.  

Perth's persistent drying climate makes Waterwise Developments an important part of our water future, to ensure every drop of water is treated like the precious resource it is.

Rosehill Waters named Waterwise Development

Image above includes, Peter Burke, Director Noahs Rosehill Waters, Sue Murphy, CEO Water Corporation, Ting Lee, Director at Noahs Rosehill Waters, Sandra Klarich, General Manager Rosehill Waters, Mia Davies, Water Minister, Paul McQueen EnviroDevelopment WA Chairman.

Waterwise partners

LandCorp's WGV residential estate in White Gum Valley was recognised recently for exemplary water saving initiatives, earning our Waterwise Development endorsement. Using a comprehensive approach to efficiently use water onsite, the development aims to achieve a 70%  reduction in water use for single residential dwellings, compared with an average Perth household.

Watch LandCorp’s WGV Innovation through Demonstration video

Once the estimated savings have been realised at WGV, the estate is set to be the most water efficient Waterwise Developments in Western Australia. WGV is just one of LandCorp's many Innovation through Demonstration projects championing sustainable land and infrastructure development rel="noopener noreferrer" practices.

WGV to be WA's most water efficient development

Water Corporation and Landcorp with Waterwise Development Certificate for White Gum Valley









Image above from the WGV Project Waterwise Development Program Launch (from left to right): Sue Murphy, Chief Executive Officer Water Corporation, Frank Marra, Chief Executive Officer LandCorp.

WGV water excellence recognised at the AWA WA awards

WGV at White Gum Valley has won the 2017 WA Water Sensitive Urban Design (Graham Heal) award, at the Australian Water Association (AWA) WA awards.

White Gum Valley winning an award at the Australian Water Association AWA Awards 2017

Image above from Australian Water Association (AWA) WA awards dinner. From left: Greg Claydon (Executive Director Science and Planning: Department of Water and Environmental Regulation), Steve Capewell (General Manager and Non-Executive Director: Water Corporation), Greg Ryan (Sustainability Manager: LandCorp), Dr Brad Pettitt (Mayor: City of Fremantle), Dr Josh Byrne (Director: JBA & Research Fellow, Curtin University and CRC for Low Carbon Living).


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