National Water Week 2021

Celebrate National Water Week 2021 and take part in our colouring-in competition!

Colour-in to Win!

Kids can celebrate National Water Week in the Bundaberg Region by taking part in our ‘Colour-in to Win’ competition.

Prize packs will be awarded to a winner and a runner-up student from each grade between Prep to Year 6. 

Winner prize pack Runner-up prize pack
  • Summer Beach Kit
  • Dry Bag
  • Nomad Drink Bottle
  • Dry Bag
  • Nomad Drink Bottle

The colouring-in artwork represents “healthy Country, healthy water, healthy animals, healthy community”.

Download the artwork here

Submit your completed colouring-in artwork through the form below.

This messaging for the artwork ties in with the newly developed First Nation's Water Cycle Map.

The First Nation's Water Cycle map was developed in consultation with Taribelang Bunda, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang and Bailai Elders, the First Nation’s people of the Bundaberg Region.

Submit your artwork here

Conditions of Entry

  • The competition is open to Primary School students in the Bundaberg Region.
  • The competition will open on Monday 11 October and will close at 3pm on Thursday 11 November 2021.
  • The winning entries will be selected by a panel of Water Services employees at Bundaberg Regional Council.
  • Prize packs will be awarded to a winner and a runner-up student from each grade between Prep to Year 6. 
  • Winners will receive a prize pack including a Summer Beach Kit, Dry Bag and Nomad Drink Bottle.
  • The runner-up will receive a prize pack including a Dry Bag and a Nomad Drink Bottle.
  • Prize winners will be notified by email by Monday 22 November 2021.
  • Prizes are to be collected from a Bundaberg Regional Council service centre by no later than Friday 17 December 2021.
  • The prize is not transferrable nor redeemable for cash.

Bundaberg Regional Council acknowledges the traditional Country of the Taribelang Bunda, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang, and Bailai Peoples and recognise that this Country has always been and continues to be of cultural, spiritual, social and economic significance. We recognise the thousands of generations of continuous culture that have shaped this country and the people on it. We pay our respects to all First Nations Communities and their Elders past and present.