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Poster competition

Key dates

  • Entries close: Friday, 5pm on the 6th of September 2024
  • Winners will be announced during National Water Week, 21 - 27 October 2024

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
    Image files should be in .JPG, .PDF or .PNG formats
  • Uploaded files are limited to 20MB
  • For primary school aged children, group artwork will NOT be accepted (only one child per artwork)
  • For early learning/kindergarten both individual entries and collaborative entries will be accepted
  • Each child/student/collaborative group can only enter once

Tips for uploading a poster

  • Please ensure only high resolution, high quality images are submitted
  • Image files should be in .JPG, .PDF or .PNG formats
  • Uploaded files are limited to 20MB
  • Original posters can either be scanned or photographed
  • Remember if taking a photo, please ensure a clear, non-blurred image is taken. Think about:
    • good lighting
    • ensuring the poster fills the entire screen, an overhead shot is often best as you are standing above the poster, looking down
    • avoiding flash, as if a glossy poster, you will get glare


Winners will be chosen by:

  • how well does the poster communicate the National Water Week poster competition theme, ‘Water for all, inspiring action' and/or 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


Early learning / Kindergarten 
Prizes (individual and collaborative entries accepted)

  • 1st (both individual and collaborative)- $80 prize pack
  • 2nd (both individual and collaborative)- $40 prize pack
  • 3rd (both individual and collaborative)- $25 prize pack 

Primary School
Prizes for each category (individual entries ONLY accepted)

  • 1st - $80 prize pack
  • 2nd - $40 prize pack
  • 3rd - $25 prize pack

All participating schools will be entered into a random draw to win $400 for a sustainability project, purchase of water efficient products or educational materials. Three schools in total will be awarded the $400 prize.



If you have any questions, please contact:

About Wannon Water

Every day, we supply South West Victoria with sustainable water services, while leading our communities towards a healthier, more prosperous future. It’s a commitment that we’re proud to make to the region we call home.

We’re your local, dependable experts.

From the South Australian border to the Otways. From the Grampians to the coast. Our services take care of more than 30 communities, including residents, farmers, businesses and industries. It’s our responsibility to supply you with fresh water, from source to tap, and manage sewage to protect your health and wellbeing.

Putting people first comes naturally to us so we’re here to help with more affordable, reliable and personalised service. You’ll see us around, in towns and on streets, maintaining and upgrading the pipes, pump stations and treatment plants we all need.

We’re making a real and positive difference!

As locals, we’re driven to shape our region for the better. We’re committed to working with our communities and strategic partners to support the health and wellbeing of our people and protect our natural environment. We simply believe it’s the right thing to do and it all comes back to our greater vision to go beyond water for stronger communities.

It’s about delivering sustainable water services together with positive change for our region – and we’re proud to be leading the way.

For more information visit: Wannon Water