A week-long clean-up blitz of the Yarra and Maribyrnong Rivers has seen two tonnes of rubbish collected. Now it's time for the community to play its part in keeping our waterways clean from litter.
It’s often taken for granted, been called names from dunny to thunderbox but without the humble loo we’d all be in the poo.
A primary school in Melbourne's south-west is leading the way in educating its students to prevent rubbish finding its way into a local creek.
Students have been playing an online game which gives them a unique perspective on how water moves around Melbourne.
This month, international safety expert Professor Patrick Hudson visited Melbourne Water to help assess our progress toward embedding a generative safety culture. He capped his visit with an industry evening hosted by Melbourne Water.
State-of-the art technology is helping Melbourne Water assess the presence of animals that live, breed and feed in our waterways. And, it's safer for everyone concerned
The first stage of the project to upgrade the Lillydale Lake Wetlands project is set to begin.
Melbourne Water has been acknowledged at the prestigious 2019 International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Awards which recognize outstanding organizations and projects at the forefront of public participation and community engagement.
Melbourne Water is excited to be again be involved in the annual Kids Teaching Kids Conference, bringing together hundreds of students from schools across Melbourne and regional Victoria to learn about the importance of water.