Tools & resources

Here is a selection of our helpful tools and resources, please click on the one you wish to use.

The Ripple Effect

Share your school's water-themed activities

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School Talks Program

Fun, informative, tailored sessions

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2017 AWA National Water Week 15–21 October 2017

The theme for National Water Week this year is 'Water – the Heart of our Culture” which encourages young people and schools to explore how water shapes our everyday lives through recreational activities, the natural world and our community values.

Book a tour at our Groundwater Replenishment Visitor Centre

On our fully guided tours at the Groundwater Replenishment Visitor Centre in Craigie, you will be taken on an exciting water cycle journey through interpretive walkways, multimedia experiences and on-site viewing stations. Learn about wastewater treatment and water recycling processes and how groundwater replenishment can play a role in sustaining Perth's water supplies.

Working with our partners to add vitality to our state!

We are proud to be supporting the WA edition of the award-winning Museum of Water, which made its debut at the 2017 Perth International Arts Festival.
The premise of the museum is simple: Choose some water that is precious to you, find something to put in it, and we will keep it for you. They are travelling across WA, collecting water stories from local communities to go towards the new WA Museum’s permanent collection in 2018.

Boyare Primary School celebrates a decade of waterwise education

Boyare Primary School in Mirrabooka celebrated 10 years participating in Water Corporation’s Waterwise Schools Program at a special assembly today.
“Our students are now much aware of the need to conserve water and the simple ways you can save water,” said Boyare Primary School Principal Glenn Murray.