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What's on

As we all respond to coronavirus (COVID-19), community health and wellbeing is the priority.

We were looking forward to joining you all at some wonderful local events and festivals in the coming months that have now been cancelled or postponed as we all work to reduce the risk of infection and slow the spread of coronavirus in the community.

We appreciate the incredible amount of work our community puts into planning and organising events. We continue to work with organisers who have received sponsorship or booked mobile water fountains with us for upcoming events, to understand how we can best meet their needs.

For the latest updates and details on funding applications for our event support programs, see our community sponsorship and mobile water fountain bookings.

Our community sponsorship program is now open for local organisations holding events that celebrate our vibrant community between January and June 2021.

Registrations now open - join us for the exciting launch of the WaterAble Network 

We’re excited to be part of many fantastic local events and festivals.

City West Water is a proud sponsor of Australia Day in Wyndham, a free family-friendly event in Werribee this Sunday 26 January.

City West Water is a proud sponsor of Australia's largest Christmas Party for special needs children and their families.

We want everyone to know the health benefits of staying hydrated, the environmental impact of single use plastic bottles and believe that drinking water shouldn't cost the earth.

Experience the gorgeous blooms of the Victoria State Rose Garden at their best, with two huge days of entertainment and more than 5,000 roses to explore.

National Water Week (21 – 27 October, 2019) inspires all of us to work together to build community awareness and understanding of water-related issues.

A drier climate, population growth and land use changes are posing threats to the Victoria’s water supplies and waterway health.

Our Business Customer Services team works closely with the award-winning Environmental Health team at Maribyrnong City Council to close the loop on food safety and keep our sewers clear from greasy waste.