Clean up Australia Day
Get involved by registering your own Clean Up Site or by volunteering at a site near you.
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National Water Week
National water week is on the third week of October each year. This year the Australian Water Association is celebrating its 20th year of National Water Week!
National Water Week provides an opportunity to remind ourselves and teach others that water must be used wisely if there is to be enough to meet the needs of our future generations. While the week is dedicated to encouraging communities to take action to protect our vital water sources, it's also a celebration of innovation and water achievements that have and will contribute to Australia's sustainable future and economic prosperity.
From the 19th to the 25th of October Council is calling on residents to assess their household water consumption and think of ways to reduce their usage such as fixing any leaking taps.
If you are organising a community event, either ongoing or a one off event which may benefit our local environment, please contact Council’s Environment Department.
Council also has an events assistance program to help fund your environmental events and for more information, please click here .