Mt Martha Wastewater Treatment Plant Excursion
Ever wondered where the water from your house goes when you flush the toilet? How does South East Water make sure the water is clean enough to return it to the environment safely? Here’s your chance to find out when you explore this fully operational sewage and recycling plant.
The free tour takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours and includes a visit to the interactive education centre. Tours are suitable from Year 2 to tertiary level. The tour is not suitable for people with limited mobility.
Tours are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays and in some circumstances other days can be arranged.
Chat with our educator to see how we can adapt the tour to meet your group’s requirements (03) 9552 3515 or email.
Can’t make it to our wastewater treatment plant? Why not view our ‘Where Does the Water Go’ video which provides you with all the answers of how wastewater is treated.
Before making your booking please read the following terms and conditions.
Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands Excursion
We’re lucky to have the internationally significant Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands and the sustainable education centre in our backyard.
You can take a guided visit through our site and learn about the wetland’s importance to the environment.
Tailored, hands-on activities will teach groups more about:
- birds and animals (including migratory species)
- life cycles
- wetlands and natural waterways
- food chains
The centre is also open to the public every Sunday from 1.00pm to 5.00pm.
Please visit Melbourne Water’s website to find out more about making a booking or call 131 722 for further assistance.