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Poster Competition 2022

To help celebrate National Water Week, Victorian water corporations are inviting primary school students to explore their own water stories and imagination, looking to the past, present and future and create a poster that reflects what it means to them.

What's your water story?

  • Teachers – this is a great activity for the classroom in the lead up to National Water Week.
  • Parents – this is a fun and engaging activity to do with your child.

There are great prizes for students and their school.

Poster entries categories

  • Prep/Foundation
  • Years 1 – 2
  • Years 3 - 4
  • Years 5 - 6
  • Students with additional learning needs

Key Dates

  • Entries close: Friday 2 September 2022
  • Winners will be announced during National Water Week, 17 - 23 October 2022

Entry conditions

  • Poster size must be A4 or A3
  • Any medium, from paper to digital, can be used
  • Any art material and digital technology can be used, including paint, textas, crayons, coloured pencils, collage materials, original photographs and digital graphics
  • Uploaded files are limited to 20MB
  • Image files should be in .JPG or .PNG formats
  • Group artwork will not be accepted (only one student per artwork)
  • Each student can only enter once

Judging

Winners will be chosen by:

  • how well does the poster communicate relevant water-related issues
  • how attractive does it look from a distance
  • have art materials been used effectively
  • does the poster use innovative imagery, design or concepts

First prize winners in each category from all participating Victorian water corporations are automatically entered in to the state level of competition.

Find your local competition now!

Enter your school's postcode in the text box below to find your local Victorian Water Week Poster Competition,
or simply click on your water corporation as listed below.

About National Water Week

National Water Week makes a splash across Australia every third week in October, inspiring individuals, communities and organisations to build awareness around the value of water. Access to clean water is hugely important to our daily lives, and it’s down to all of us to protect our water environments and resources, and use water wisely.

Every year, the Australian Water Association set a theme for National Water Week.

The theme for 2022 is ‘Our Water Stories’.

Water covers three-quarters of our planet and makes up two-thirds of our bodies. We thirst for it and bathe in it. It's used by communities, industry and agriculture for health and liveability, the environment, Aboriginal cultural access, manufacturing and production of food and other produce. Water is an essential resource needed for economic prosperity wherever you live.



The Victorian water educators acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands and waterways on which we live, work and play. We respect and celebrate their culture and deep connection to Country.




Proudly supported by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.