Our learning centre
MidCoast Water has a number of environmental education programs for both schools and the wider community. Please follow the links below to be directed to more information.
Whizzy's Water School
Whizzy is a giant water drop, delivering information on how to save water. Resources at his school also cover other aspects of water, like the water cycle, and how MidCoast Water's water supply and wastewater systems operate.
Go to Whizzy's Water School
Want to know where your drinking water comes from or how your sewage is treated? MidCoast Water offers tours of some of our water and sewage treatment plants to school and community groups. Bookings are essential.
Go to Schools - site tours
MidCoast Water coordinates the Waterwatch program in the Manning Great Lakes region. A range of activities are available through Waterwatch which focus on caring for the health of our catchments.
Go to Waterwatch
Platypus Awareness and Conservation Team (P.A.C.T.)
The P.A.C.T. is a collaboration between local agencies, groups and individuals, aiming to protect platypus and their freshwater habitats. Members are available to do presentations or activities, or you can talk to us about being more involved.
Go to Manning Great Lakes PACT
The catchment model is a working model of how the water cycle operates in our local environment. It is shared by MidCoast Water and MidCoast Council (formerly Great Lakes Council), and is transported on a trailer.
Go to Catchment model
Manning Environmental Education Group (MEEG)
MidCoast Water is a member of the Manning Environmental Education Group. Their website offers links to other environmental education providers in the region, and links to online resources.