Get Involved with Healthy Waterways Today
Join Healthy Waterways and collectively we can protect and improve waterway health. Whether you are a passionate individual, community group, local business or multinational corporation, there are a range of ways you can get involved with Healthy Waterways.
Visit our events calendar for important dates and key industry events happening throughout the year. There are many community groups that host tree planting or clean up events for the community to take part in.
Healthy Waterways hosts a number of main events each year, including:
What You Can Do
We all have a role to play in protecting and improving the health of our waterways. There are a number of things you can do to help:
In partnership with not-for-profit organisation Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation, our grant schemes support catchment groups, schools, landholders and the community to tackle the issue of marine debris both at its source and at its end.
By becoming a member of Healthy Waterways, you will belong to a network of people and organisations that are working together to protect and improve our waterways. At Healthy Waterways we believe that regional collaboration across the whole water cycle is the key to improving waterway health.
Click here for more information.
Opportunities are available to sponsor a limited number of Healthy Waterways’ initiatives. Sponsorship with Healthy Waterways provides significant branding, promotional and media opportunities. Contact us for more information.
Connect with us on social media! Visit our Facebook page for updates and information.
Your feedback and input is important to us. If you would like to rate our site or can offer your expertise or insight for a current project, please contribute! Coming soon...
Buy a reusable bottle
Help keep our waterways clear from plastic pollution by purchasing a unique Healthy Waterways reusable bottle.
Hire a refill station
Hire a water refill station and reduce plastic waste at your next event.
Connect to Your Creek
Healthy Waterways' annual Connect to Your Creek Week encourages South East Queenslanders to get outdoors and enjoy their local waterways.