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National Water Week 2016


This year's National Water week will be held on 16 to 22 October 2016.

“National Water Week on Show 2016” will be held at the Mildura Showgrounds on Thursday 13th October.

Primary schools are now able to register their interest in attending this fun interactive event.  Attendance is by registration only and registrations will close on Monday 29th August 2016.

Information on the event is available here.

The schools registration form is available here.

Primary School teachers interested in being kept up to date with educational activity developments are invited to contact Leesa on 5051 3400 or via email at to register their email address.

2015 Multi-agency Primary School Event - "National Water Week on Show"



The 2015 “National Water Week on Show” event for primary school children was again a great success with over 420 students attending the event.

The students enjoyed activities from a variety of agencies including Mallee CMA, Eaton Gorge Theatre Company, LMW, LLSW, MRCC, EnviroEduc, Landcare to name a few.

National Water Week on Show 2015 was a combined project brought to primary school students by EnviroEdu, Mallee Catchment Management Authority – Landcare, Local Land Services Western, Lower Murray Water, Mallee Catchment Management Authority - Land, Riverwatch, Water Watch and Mildura Rural City Council, NSW Maritime.

2016 Poster Competition is now open

The annual National Water Week poster competition is now open.

Primary School students are asked to create a poster reflecting water related issues which are important and relevant to them and their local area.   

Great prizes are on offer and in addition to the State competition, the winners in Lower Murray Water’s service region in each group (Prep, Year 1-2, Year 3-4 and Year 5-6) will be featured in a 2017 calendar and receive some great prizes.

Entries are judged on:

  • how well the poster conveys water related issues relevant to your area ie: inland school posters would not be focussed on ocean activities
  • how well it can be reproduced to promote National Water Week
  • appearance: attractively displayed in colour
  • how good it looks from a distance
  • effective use of art materials, and
  • originality of design or innovative concept

The poster must be A3 in size and any art material can be used including paint, textas, coloured pencils or collage materials. One poster per student can be entered with the official entry form completed.  

competition criteria is available here. 

application form is available here. 

For further information, please contact Margot on 5051 3400 or via email 


2015 Poster Competition Award Winners


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