Here is a comprehensive National Water Week toolkit for Ambassadors, to support your sessions with schools.
A selection of activities and free resources from the water community
Explore all the different aspects of water
Introduce the Sustainable Development Goals to children and young people everywhere.
ABC goes 'Behind the News' to find out what happens when you flush the loo.
Water works, produced by the Australian Academy of Science as part of their Primary Connections: linking science with literacy program, is written to align to the Year 2 level of the Australian Curriculum: Science.
ABC goes 'Behind the News' to find out why many people choose to pay for water.
The Australian Nature Wheel is a celebration of nature's annual cycle of change and is designed to show the interconnectedness of the world around us.
Designed with teachers and students in mind to increase awareness of where water comes from and what happens when you flush the loo.
An audiobook presentation of the Australian book When Water Lost Her Way, which was on the 2019 'Notable' list from the Children's Book Council of Australia. Written and read by Meg Humphrys.
Explore the natural and urban water cycles, play online games, or view a video to learn more about water.
Developed by Power and Water and Living Water Smart, with the support of the Department of Education. It includes an e-book which is supported by a Teacher's Guide that allows students in upper Primary School and families across the Northern Territory to develop their own personal water stories.
Hunter Water has collaborated with Indigenous communities to develop a story book for primary students.
ABC goes 'Behind the News' to explore the challenges facing the Murray River.
The Bureau of Meteorology looks at the history of Indigenous weather, environmental knowledge, and cultural stories.
Fun for the Family
You'll find a selection of printable National Water Week colouring-in sheets from this year and last.
When you have finished colouring in the poster - why not take a picture and post it on your social channels with the hashtag: #NationalWaterWeek.
A fun short quiz for the whole family to test your water knowledge and a great way to learn more about this vital resource.