Australian Water Association (AWA)
The Australian Water Association (AWA) is an independent, not-for-profit association for water professionals and organisations. It provides leadership in the water sector through collaboration, advocacy and professional development. AWA covers all aspects of the water industry including utilities, consultants, academia and research, technology & equipment suppliers, contractors, regulators and policy makers.
The membership includes professionals and practitioners working in utilities, science and research, energy and resources, manufacturing and agriculture. They have an active branch network across all Australian States and Territories and maintain extensive international links, including with the International Water Association.
The activities include:
A comprehensive program of conferences including Ozwater - Australia’s largest water industry event.
Workshops, forums, summits and technical seminars
A wealth of online and print technical and industry information and news
Industry programs and projects offering significant opportunities
B2B, business matching and mentoring opportunities
The Australian Water Association works to deliver programs, information, services and events that connect and communicate with members and enrich their engagement with us and the water sector as a whole. The Association is committed to building Australia's water capabilities to maintain its position as a world leader in water management.
To be the essential association for people and organisations working together to achieve a sustainable water future.
To foster knowledge, understanding and advancement in sustainable water management – its science, practice and policy – through advocacy, collaboration and professional development.
The Australian Water Association strives to deliver on its Mission by:
Being the hub for water professionals
Providing a knowledge network
Leading the conversation on water issues
What is their Culture? How do they do things at the Australian Water Association?
Credible - They act with integrity for the members and community to help educate, support and promote sustainable water use
Passionate - They are motivated to share quality information and recognise the contributions of the water experts and enthusiasts
Collaborative - They encourage a culture of teamwork and extended valuable networks to build enduring relationships and unity
Innovative - They are driven to be creative, agile, embracing change and scientific advancementsSee more