About the Conference

A preliminary field trip on Monday 28 May will provide an opportunity to see a range of innovative water management projects in the ACT, including water sensitive urban design applications, the new Cotter Dam and Cotter River environmental flow outcomes.

Following the conference on Thursday 31 May & Friday 1 June, will be a range of hands-on professional training courses including Source, music and Urban Developer, and eWater’s new Eco Tool suite.

Outcomes:

  • Understand the impact eWater Source will have on the management of water resources
  • See how a suite of technologies from eWater, the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO combine to boost capability
  • Understand the market opportunities that Source presents
  • Hear how industry leaders have tackled issues with practical case studies
  • Learn how new Source plug-ins will increase flexibility
  • Understand how the latest modelling tools can help meet new urban water guidelines
  • Learn how new ecological tools can help manage current challenges
  • Contribute and learn from the expanding Source community of practice.

Who should attend?

The conference is aimed at the Australian water industry including:

  • river and catchment managers
  • the urban water sector
  • consulting companies
  • governments and regulators
  • eWater partner staff
  • professionals interested in learning more about Source.

Conference venue

Conference CentreAnn Harding Conference Centre
Building 24, University of Canberra
Phone: (02) 6201 5085

The Ann Harding Conference Centre is located within Building 24, the Microsimulation Centre, on the University of Canberra campus.

Opened September 2010, the Microsimulation Centre is the first certified
5 Star - Green Star Education Building in the ACT, featuring solar panels, rainwater tanks and an energy efficient design.