National Water Week aims to raise public awareness and improve understanding of water issues in Australia.
The theme for this year's National Water Week is "liveable communities".
To celebrate National Water Week, we are once again hosting our annual poster competition for primary schools.
Students can create an eye-catching poster depicting the importance of water in a thriving community. It's a great activity for the classroom or art room.
Great prizes are on on offer for students and their schools, and best posters will feature in our 2014 schools' calendar.
Entries are invited in four categories:
The winning posters will be judged on:
Posters must be A3 size. We prefer landscape orientation (long, not tall).
An official entry form must be securely attached to each poster.
Any art material can be used including paint, pencils, textas, collage materials, original photographs and original computer graphics.
Selected posters will also feature in our 2014 schools calendar, and will be on display in the Barwon Water pavillions at the Geelong and Colac shows.
Please send or deliver your posters to:
Fernando Garcia, Education Officer
61–67 Ryrie Street
Geelong VIC 3220
Entries close 4 pm Monday 16 September 2013.
Barwon Water's National Water Week poster competition is held in partnership with VicWater and the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority Waterwatch team.
Failure to provide contact details will constitute an invalid entry.
Information contained in entry forms may be retained by Barwon Water, Corangamite CMA and/or VicWater. This information may be disclosed to government agencies or stakeholders.
We are committed to protecting information in accordance with the Information Privcy Act. We will never sell contact details to third parties.