Conference Dinner and Awards for Excellence – Newcastle Museum, 7pm Wednesday 6th September, 2017

The Stormwater NSW 2017 Awards for Excellence encourage and celebrate excellence in the innovation, development, completion and management of stormwater projects and the people involved.

The 2017 Stormwater NSW Awards for Excellence will be presented at the 2017 Stormwater NSW Conference Dinner, to be held on the evening of Wednesday the 6th September, 2017.

There are many benefits of winning a Stormwater NSW Award for Excellence, including:

  • Recognition of the project’s excellence
  • Showcasing and promoting the project, people and organisations involved
  • Demonstrating to all stakeholders that your organisation is a leader in its field
  • Recognising the personal achievements of your staff involved in the project
  • Ongoing promotion including media coverage
  • Having the Award proudly on display within your organisation
  • Providing an example of excellence that can be advocated and promoted elsewhere
  • Entry to the National Stormwater Awards for Excellence for 2017–2018. To be presented at the Stormwater National Conference Dinner in 2018.

Tickets to the 2017 Stormwater NSW Awards for Excellence close 5pm on Tuesday 05th September. To book your ticket, please contact Sarah Padget via email at or call 0431 909 886.

Awards for Excellence – 2016 NSW Winners

Excellence In Infrastructure

Cardno Pty Ltd and Scentre Group
Managing Flooding of Warringah Mall in Brookvale

Warringah Mall is a regional shopping centre located within the Brookvale Creek catchment in the Sydney’s northern suburbs. Read More

City of Sydney, Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership
Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project

Much has been achieved over the past two decades to transform the Sydney Park site from its former post-industrial history and waste disposal, into 44 hectares of parkland and a vital asset for the growing communities of Sydney’s southern suburbs. Read More

WaterNSW and Blue Mountains City Council
Leura Falls Catchment Improvement Project

Leura Falls Creek originates in an urbanised sub-catchment (Leura), flows through the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and drains to Sydney’s drinking water supply at Lake Burragorang. Read More

Excellence In Policy Or Education

Bankstown City Council
Stormwater Audit and Education Program

Since 2008 the Stormwater Audit Program of Bankstown City Council, in Sydney’s south west, has engaged commercial and industrial business operators in preventing stormwater pollution, operating under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act). Read More

Excellence In Research & Innovation

WaterNSW, Centre for Aquatic Pollution Identification and Management, Blue Mountains City Council and Wollondilly Shire Council
Stormwater Pollution Investigation Pilot Project

WaterNSW (WNSW) identified, using the Pollution Source Assessment Tool, that the risk to water quality from stormwater is a key contributor to the pollution risk in the urban areas of Sydney’s Drinking Water Catchment (SDWC). Read More