Western Australian Branch

The Australian Water Association WA Branch provides a wide range of services to inform, engage and connect the WA water industry. The Branch aims to provide engaging events to promote professional and personal development.The WA Branch endeavours to serve its members and others in the water industry of WA by being the leading provider of forums for education and debate of issues in the industry. The WA Branch holds events to:  

  • Provide networking opportunities 
  • Transfer knowledge to water professionals 
  • Promote water industry affairs 
  • Provide marketing opportunities for corporate members and others 
  • Increase the industry profile in the community 
  • Take active involvement in new water legislation and other matters of importance to the industry
  • Provide specific niche market forums for the industry and members 
  • Promote innovation

The WA Young Water Professional (YWP) network exists to engage, represent, serve and inspire young or new water professionals with less than 10 year’s experience. We seek to provide a platform for members to share information, grow expertise and collaborate effectively on local and global sustainable water management issues via presentations, workshops, conferences and social events.

Upcoming & Recent Events

The best way to see what the Association is all about is to attend a local event. You can find more information about upcoming local events here.

A wrap-up of recent WA events and seminars, including some of our favourite photos can be found here .

Western Australian Water Awards

The 2018 Western Australian Water Awards are now open. To find out more about the nomination process click here. To see a list of past winners click here.

Program Partner Opportunities

In today’s economy, where budgets are being slashed at a rapid rate and it is often the marketing budget that is first to be cut, becoming a program partner for an Australian Water Association WA event can be highly cost-effective. By being a program partner, your organisation will benefit from exposure to a highly focused, engaged and influential audience in both formal and informal environments. There are many Program Partner options available to suit a range of marketing needs. For more information download the Program Partner Opportunities Prospectus.

Western Australian Branch Committee

Click here to see the full list of all committee members and their responsibilities.

Standing Left to Right - Kruti Patel, Halinka Lamparski, Barry Sanders, Daniela Tonon, Shuo Pan (past YWP Committee Member), Claire McGowan, Don Crawford, Cristiano Carvalho, Rachel Evans
Seated Left to Right - Fabiana Tessele, Ursula Kretzer, Deanne McDonald, Adam Kaye, Tara Zirakbash (past Branch Committee Member)
Not pictured - Peter McCafferty, Stefan Davidov, Noel Lavery, Garth Walters, Vivien Claughton, Renee Blandin, Luc Kox, Lisa Chan, Peter Spencer and Kate Bowker

WA State Manager

Kyllie Whitehead
0448 146 222

Postal Address:
629 Newcastle Street, Leederville, WA 6007

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