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Each year, National Water Week makes a splash across Australia inspiring individuals, communities and organisations to work together to build community awareness and understanding around water issues and opportunities for growth and innovation. In its 20th year running, National Water week's theme is 'Water Sources: There are more than you think!' encouraging sound water practices and investment in all the water sources to ensure we don't exhaust our current sources in potentially challenging times ahead.
National Water Week provides an opportunity to remind ourselves and teach others that water must be used wisely if there is to be enough to meet the needs of our future generations.
While the week is dedicated to encouraging communities to take action to protect our vital water sources, it's also a celebration of innovation and water achievements that have and will contribute to Australia's sustainable future and economic prosperity.
Have you ever thought about where your water comes from? Sure it comes out of your tap or irrigation sprinkler, but do you know where the water starts?
Australia relies on many different water sources to provide our water needs.
AWA is the national coordinator for National Water Week and works with their members and interested organisations to promote National Water Week events, activities and educational resources to increase involvement across the country.
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2013 – Liveable communities
2012 – Valuing our water
2011 – Healthy Catchments, Healthy Communities
2010 – Many sources, many uses, everyone's responsibilities
2009 – Securing our Water Future
2008 – Clean Water Essential for Life
2007 – Water for Life
2006 – Water for Life
2005 – Water for Life
2004 – H2O in 2020