Stormwater Australia are proud to announce the 2014 Stormwater National Awards for Excellence Winners and High Commendations...

Excellence in Asset Management Winner

(VIC) Tools to Improve WSUD Asset Management by Melbourne Water

Excellence in Asset Management Highly Commended

(QLD) Water by Design Guidelines for Managing Vegetated Stormwater Assets by Healthy Waterways(QLD)

Asset Management Plan for Brisbane's Natural Waterways by SMEC Australia

Excellence in Infrastructure Winner

(VIC) Banyule Community Stormwater Harvesting Project by City of Banyule, Commonwealth and State Governments, Melbourne Water and Fisher and Fisher

Excellence in Infrastructure Highly Commended

(NSW) Stormwater Management at Western Sydney Parklands, Lizard Logby Equatica, McGregor Coxall and Western Sydney Parklands Trust

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design Winner

(SA) Oaklands Wetland Stormwater Reuse Scheme by FMG Engineering, DesignFlow and Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Excellence in Integrated Stormwater Design Highly Commended

(NSW) Crossing Waters: Bibbys Place, Making Places Together by Fairfield City Council, Bonnyrigg Town Centre Committee, Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC), NSW Environmental Trust, Storm Consulting and The Lot

Excellence in Policy or Education Winner

(VIC) Melbourne Water's 10,000 Raingardens program: working with the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council and community to raise stormwater awareness and drive community action by Melbourne Water, Mornington Peninsula Shire and Balcombe Estuary Rehabilitation Group (BERG)

Excellence in Policy or Education Highly Commended

(QLD) Moreton Bay Regional Council On-line Flood Information by Moreton Bay Regional Council

Excellence in Research and Innovation Winner

(SA) MARSUO - Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options Research Project by Goyder Institute for Water Research, CSIRO, University of Adelaide, University of SA, National Water Commission, City of Salisbury, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges, SA Water and SA Department for Water Environment and Natural Resources

Excellence in Research and Innovation Highly Commended

(QLD) UWSRA Stormwater Harvesting and Eco-hydrology Project by the International WaterCentre/Smart Water Research Centre, CSIRO, United Arab Emirates University and the Department of Science, Information, Technology, Innovation and the Arts

Excellence in Strategic or Master Planning Winner

(QLD) Detailed Total Water Cycle Management Planning for Moreton Bay Regional Council by Moreton Bay Regional Council, BMT WBM, Unitywater and Bligh Tanner

Excellence in Strategic or Master Planning Highly Commended

(VIC) The Kingston Master Plan - The Next Generation in Stormwater Strategies by City of Kingston and DesignFlow