Water Friendly Workplaces Challenge

Join the Water Friendly Challenge in 2019!

The Water Friendly Workplace Challenge provides opportunities and recognition for workplaces promoting water in 2019.

It forms part of our broader Water Friendly Challenge which – as well as workplaces – is aimed at sports venues and schools.

Workplaces are invited to get involved in any mix of activities and be creative in promoting  water as the drink of choice.

All workplaces within the local government areas of Darebin, Banyule and Nillumbik are eligible to participate.


Participating workplaces have the chance to win a Water Bubbler and Drink Refill Station for their workplace.

How to get involved:

  1. Let us know you are planning on being Water Friendly in your workplace in 2019: please register here.
  2. Be a Water Friendly workplace throughout 2019: a range of activities, competitions and support is available! For ideas, please visit our Water Friendly Workplaces page.
  3. Submit your entry: in 500 words or less, tell us what you’ve done to be a Water Friendly Workplace in 2019. To go in the draw, submit your entry via our online form. Entries close 1 November 2019. Accompanying attachments e.g. photos or relevant documents are welcomed, but not essential.
  4. Join the celebration! Celebrations will be organised with participating workplaces at the end of the year.
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Water Friendly Challenge:

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Dana Thomson
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Email: dana.thomson@bchs.org.au
Tel: 9450 2616


North East Healthy Drinks Alliance

North East Healthy Communities acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land we work on. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present and acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first people of this nation.