National Water Week Events

Watch this space! More 2023 National Water Week events will be listed here soon.


Sponsored Event

Water Night
19 Oct, 2023 | 5:00pm – 10:00pm AEST

We are calling on Australians everywhere to sign up and join a nationwide community supporting stronger action on climate change and water awareness. Can you go without using taps and running water from 5-10pm, 19th October?

Sign up and show your support for Water! #lifeineverydrop


AWA Members-Only Event

Water Literacy & Education Specialist Network Member Circle - Wat-er you know? Quiz
16 Oct, 2023 | 12pm AEST

Are you a water professional? Think you know a thing or two about water or want to learn something new? You’re invited to come along and challenge your knowledge during our highly engaging “Wat-er you know?” quiz! To kick off National Water Week, the AWA Water Literacy and Education Specialist Network will be busting some water myths to expose the truth about this most precious resource. Come along at noon on Monday 16 October 2023, bring your lunch, connect with other water community members and discover whether you really are a water x-spurt! We guarantee you’ll learn new facts about water that you can use to share with others! Help us to keep the water literacy rolling during this National Water Week! Registrations for the Member Circle will open soon. Stay tuned!

Save The Date phSeven 2023

Invite-Only Event

Water Stories: Voices From The Bush To The Boardroom
19 Oct, 2023 | 12.30pm AEST

Almost a year on from the floods that plagued vast regions across eastern Australia, pH-Seven is continuing to to raise awareness and engagement around water issues and flood-affected communities in regional Victoria.

pH-Seven is a measure of a neutral environment. It is the pH of pure water, and healthy soil, and is considered the optimal conditions for growth. Our aim with pH-Seven is to create inspiring storytelling events with a code of conduct underpinned by neutrality (space, place and mindset). To encourage listening, the absorption of perspectives and encourage greater understanding. Importantly, pH-Seven is a sponsor-neutral event and also a carbon-neutral event.