Some of Melbourne’s most prominent athletes will be putting their water saving skills to the test this Friday at Telstra Dome.
Some of Melbourne-s most prominent athletes will be putting their water saving skills to the test this Friday at Telstra Dome.
Come down to Gate 5 this Friday at 7pm and see how you compare to your sporting heroes, when it comes to being water wise.
The campaign, which challenges Melbournians to use less than 155 litres of water per person per day, was introduced in conjunction with Stage 3a water restrictions to secure Melbourne-s water supplies.
Athletes including retired AFL legend Shane Wakelin and rising Charlton star Bryce Gibbs, will attempt a four-minute water saving obstacle course together with participants from the crowd.
Shower timers will also be handed around the venue so make sure you pick up a flyer with the timer attached. This will also give you the chance to be put into a draw to win a state of the art energy saving washing machine.
The Target 155 Campaign is a partnership of Sport for the Environment and the Department of Sustainability and Environment. For more information and hints and tips on how to save water, visit www.target155.vic.gov.au.