2012 Water Sensitive Cities Study Tour Outcomes Report

WSC Study Tour Group


The Water Sensitive Cities Study Tour Outcomes report 2012 report is the product of the third Water Sensitive Cities Study Tour (WSCST), which comprised of 18 water professionals representing 14 organisations across five states. It brings together summaries of the projects visited, and distils the group’s key reflections around how Integrated Water Cycle Management (IWCM) can be successfully implemented as part of a water sensitive city, and the challenges and successes of this program at fostering leadership. The report includes individual case studies from Australia and all over the world.

There was unanimous agreement within the group that the experience was a rare opportunity that yielded invaluable personal and professional learning. The group acknowledges the generous investment and support of all participating organisations and overseas hosts, and applauds their vision in recognising the program’s value.

About the Water Sensitive Cities Study Tour
The WSCST is a program designed to develop networks of leaders across the water industry, within Australia and internationally, that share a common belief in the principles of integrated water management and sustainability. These direct global links ensure the Australian industry is primed to take on new ideas and innovation and shares its own best practice and innovation with the international community.