Australia and New Zealand’s water sector requires ingenuity, innovation and design to ensure it can meet the needs of communities into the future.

From the operation and management of bulk and retail water networks, treatment plants, pump stations, desalination and catchment assets we provide asset inspection, monitoring, operations and maintenance and capital works delivery.

With decades of experience working alongside municipal and industrial water and wastewater clients and their customers, Ventia offers a high standard of service delivery. This has resulted in long-term relationships with many major water utilities. Our experience means we can leverage our network to deliver value through the delivery of operation services, sustaining capital projects and large-scale modernisation programs.

Clients demand more than technical competency and we are committed to partnering with them to co-design the water industry of the future.

This means leading a multi-skilled workforce with an undeterred focus on safety and access to our Registered Training Organisation for continuous upskilling; smart asset management with data analytics to drive cost and productivity efficiency; sophisticated contracting models; and government and community relationships that translate to a partner who delivers sustainable solutions, cares for the communities in which we operate, and provides a high quality service at the lowest whole-of-life cost.

An award-winning team

Ventia's Yarra Valley Water team was proud to be named by the Australian Water Association as the 'National Winner 2020' for the 'Water Industry Safety Excellence' award. Learn more here.

Together with our partner Jaydo and client Yarra Valley Water, we’ve been building a nine-kilometre-long sewer pipeline between Donnybrook and Beveridge to cater for growth in Melbourne’s northern growth area.

Importantly, throughout the project our people, Jaydo and YVW have also been building relationships with the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Cultural Heritage Corporation to identify the potential impact our excavation may have on culturally sensitive areas. The collaboration included a 12-month cultural salvage program involving a combination of hand and mechanical archaeological digs to identify, record and preserve artefacts and ensure the area remained protected for generations to come. Watch the video below to find out more.


Australia and New Zealand’s water sector requires ingenuity and innovation.Australia and New Zealand’s water sector requires ingenuity and innovation.

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