National Water Week 20 – 26 October 2013
 

National Water Week was celebrated during October in each State and Territory across Australia. 

Goulburn Valley Water, in partnership with other local water and natural resource management authorities, organised free events, competitions and activities for school students and members of the community. Click on the links below to view the winning entries for all the competitions. The week's celebrations help to raise awareness of the need to value and conserve water as a precious resource that brings life and prosperity to our region.

For more information about National Water Week in the Goulburn Broken Catchment contact waterweek@gvwater.vic.gov.au

 

'Taptastic' Costume Competition
'Taptastic' Costume Competition

Students from primary schools created 'Water Use' and 'Recycled Products' costumes. Click Here to download the winners.

 
'Refill a Raindrop' Competition
'Refill a Raindrop' Competition

Students decorated plastic baubles with water use themes to create wonderful rain drop displays. Click Here to download the winning entries from each school.

Create-a-Critter Competition
Create-a-Critter Competition

Primary and Secondary students created models of water macroinvertebrates (bugs). Click Here to download the winners.

 
'A Drop of Poetry' Writing Competition
'A Drop of Poetry' Writing Competition

Students from primary and secondary schools submitted poems about anything to do with tap water. Click Here to download the winners.

'Tap Snap' Photographic Competition
'Tap Snap' Photographic Competition

Students from primary and secondary schools submitted photos to do with tap water. Click Here to download the winners.