Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Authority have integrated into Melbourne Water.
With the help of some budding young artists, we're raising awareness in the Bacchus Marsh community about protecting the Werribee River’s vulnerable platypus population. Read more about what we're doing
A pair of Melbourne Water projects have received prestigious national recognition in the 2021 Australian Water Awards. Find out what they were and what they won!
Melbourne’s water corporations are already working hard to secure our water supply by implementing water efficiency measures. Now we want to hear from our communities about your vision for the next 50 years. Find out how you can get involved!
Our world-renowned WTP bird watching sanctuary was among three locations where orange-bellied parrots were released into the wild. Read more about the project to save this bird from extinction.
Melbourne Water and AECOM are joint winners of the influential national Asset Management Council 2021 Excellence Awards for the Asset Management Social and Environmental Award category.
We're honoured to be recognised as one of Australia and New Zealand’s Best Places to Work on the 2021 AFR BOSS Best Places to Work List. Read more about this achievement!
We've started the next stage of our Hawthorn Main Sewer upgrade, a vital part of our infrastructure. Find out what we're doing.
Our latest `Research and Innovation at Melbourne Water' booklet features 31 projects demonstrating technological and innovative excellence. Find out how you can download a copy
In an environmental breakthrough - Melbourne Water, working with the Arthur Rylah Institute, has seen a large influx in juvenile Australian Grayling in the Tarago River.