• Free Event
  • Note: an administration fee may be applied if you fail to provide a notification of non-attendance prior to the event as set out in our Terms and Conditions

Green Gully stormwater project site visit

Thursday 26th Nov 2015 11:30AM - 1:15PM

Event Location to be advised closer to the event

Registrations are now closed


Join the Green Gully Reserve site visit to Keilor Downs to see a successful large scale alternative water supply project. This project is designed to harvest up to 41 million litres of storm water (from stormwater drains) each year for irrigation of seven hectares of public open space with soccer grounds, cricket ovals and extensive parkland.

Site visitors will be shown the storage and treatment train, and how the project contributes to community amenity and supports environmental goals.  Guilliano Andy from City West Water will discuss the project funding, budget, timelines, successes, challenges and how this project fits in with regional water planning.

Staff from Brimbank Council will join the site visit will discuss how the project contributes to sustainable water management and planning in the City of Brimbank. You are encouraged to ask questions during the visit and continue the discussion at an informal café lunch after the event (at your own cost).


The site visit will go from 11:30am - 12:30pm and be followed by an optional informal lunch at a nearby cafe.


Suitable for anyone involved in sustainable water planning or asset maintenance / design, including developers, planners, architects, environment and maintenance staff.

Note: Site visitors are required to bring a safety vest, wear closed shoes and wear weather appropriate protection.


Registrations essential
6pm Friday, November 20