Reconciliation Action Plan
Working with Traditional Owner partners, aboriginal businesses, community groups and Melbourne Water staff to develop our next Reconciliation Action Plan.
These projects are open for discussion and currently seeking your views.
Follow the progress of these projects and be notified of future opportunities to have your say.
Thank you for telling us what matters to you most as we shape our services and prices for 2021 and beyond.
Working with the local community to improve the natural amenity of our Dandenong Creek.
Designing the future communities of upper Merri Creek.
More than just a treatment plant, this is a place that hosts a thriving eco-system, native wildlife, natural spaces and has historical and cultural significance.
Shaping the future of the Moonee Ponds Creek Catchment.
Protecting and beautifying Greater Melbourne's waterways
Rehabilitating and improving the natural amenity of Wallan Creek in Hadfield Park.
Shaping the redesign of Stony Creek at Sunshine Hospital.
Transforming creeks across greater Melbourne into fun and friendly community loved spaces.
The future of water management in Sunbury and nearby towns.
Writing the story of the Yarra for the next 50 years, a story that imagines a healthy and iconic river for all Victorians.
Enhancing access and connection along a section of Little Yarra River.
We’re renewing Shakespeare Grove main drain outlet in St Kilda and constructing a new viewing platform.
The region's Flood Management Strategy is being refreshed. Thank you for telling us how we can make the region safer for the community.
Community consultation for these projects are closed.
Working with our community to protect and enhance waterways across our region, guided by the co-designed Healthy Waterways Strategy.
Improving recreational opportunities along the Lower Werribee River
Transformation of Grasmere Creek in Berwick.
Melbourne Water respectfully acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and custodians of the land and water on which all Australians rely. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri, Bunurong and Wadawurrung, their Elders past, present and future, as Traditional Owners and the custodians of the land and water on which we rely and operate.