Each year, National Water Week makes a splash across Australia inspiring individuals, communities and organisations to work together to build community awareness and understanding of water-related issues.
The theme for this year's National Water Week is water: the heart of our culture.
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 loink between water and culture.
It's a great activity for the classroom or art room.
Great prizes are on on offer for students and their schools.
Entries are invited in four categories:
The winning posters will be judged on:
Posters must be A3 size.
An official entry form must be securely attached to each poster.
One student per artwork please (group artwork is not eligible).
Any art material can be used including paint, pencils, textas, collage materials, original photographs and original computer graphics.
Winning and runner-up posters will be on display in the Barwon Water pavillions at the Geelong and Colac shows.
Please address your posters to Fernando Garcia, Education Officer. You can post them or deliver them in person
PO Box 656
Geelong VIC 3220
155 Mercer Street
Geelong VIC 3220
Entries close 5 pm Friday 8 September 2018.
Barwon Water's National Water Week poster competition is held in partnership with VicWater.
Failure to provide contact details will constitute an invalid entry.
Information contained in entry forms may be retained by Barwon Waterb 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.
A completed entry form must accompany every competition entry.
National Water Week 2017 information and entry form (PDF 915 KB, 3 pages)
Teachers can download and print an official National Water Week poster for their classroom or school noticeboard
National Water Week 2017 classroom poster (PDF 3 MB, 1 page)