Our history and heritage
Check out our rich heritage inherited largely from our predecessor, the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, as well as the cultural heritage of the Traditional Owners of the land, rivers and creeks we care for today.
Enjoy the great outdoors
Looking for a fishing spot, walking track, bike path, barbecue location or the best place for birdwatching? Browse through these recreation hotspots to make the most of where you live.
Visit water and sewage treatment plants
Schools, industry and community groups, visit our sewage treatment plants or education centre for an interactive journey through the water cycle.
Explore and protect your local waterway
Be a citizen scientist with the Waterwatch program! Attend events, and receive training and tools to monitor the health of your local waterway, like Frog Census.
Use our land
Need a space for a festival, vegetable garden, native vegetation planting or artwork? We're the custodian of 33,000 hectares of land across Melbourne, much of which is available on request to benefit the community.
Apply for funding
Do you or your community group have a great idea for a water initiative? Our grants programs support a broad range of activities run by councils, landowners, schools and the community.
What's important to you?
We consult the community to gather information and feedback so that we can best design and deliver our services. See what projects are open for consultation, or sign up to our newsletter to stay informed.
About our waterGet the lowdown on water in Melbourne: from catchment to tap, our sewerage, recycled water, healthy waterways, flooding and more.
RecreationWhether you're seeking a new bike path or barbecue location, there are many ways to enjoy, learn about and protect Melbourne's waterways.
Use our landGot a project that will enhance the environment in your community? Find a location for it.
Apply for fundingApply for a grant or incentive to enhance the natural environment in your community.
Visit water and sewerage plants or sitesBook a tour at our sewerage or water treatment plants, or our wetlands education centre today.
Waterwatch ProgramGet involved in exploring and protecting your local waterway with our Waterwatch programs.
EducationWhether you work in a school, council or community group, find resources to teach others about our most precious resource, water.