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Central Highlands Water Keeping You Cool This Ballarat Begonia Festival

Join Central Highlands Water this Ballarat Begonia Festival to learn more about the importance of staying hydrated.

This year Ballarat Begonia Festival visitors will have a chance to meet celebrity guests and get involved in competitions, with thanks to Central Highlands Water who is once again the festival’s key Community Partner.

Local sports stars – and Central Highlands Water ambassadors – from the Ballarat Miners and Rush, and ACU Sovereigns will be on hand at the Main Lawn with the popular Be Smart Choose Tap water bottles.

The mist water bottles will be available to purchase for $5 each, with all money raised donated to WaterAid.

Central Highlands Water also presents GROW with popular television personality Costa Georgiadis, who will speak with audiences about how to grow water efficient gardens at home.

Ensure you stay hydrated throughout the three-day event by filling up your water bottle at one of the numerous Central Highlands Water Taps located throughout the Ballarat Botanical Gardens.

Central Highlands Water supplies water and sewerage services to more than 140,000 people across the Ballarat region.

Presented by the City of Ballarat, the 2018 Ballarat Begonia Festival is free and will be held at the Ballarat Botanical Gardens between 10-12 March 2018.

For more information about the 2018 Ballarat Begonia Festival visit: ballartabegoniafestival.com.au or follow @BallaratBegoniaFestival on Facebook

Quotes attributable to City of Ballarat Mayor Samantha McIntosh:

“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Central Highlands Water for their continual support over the years. Without this support the Ballarat Begonia Festival would not be the popular community event it is today.

“I encourage everyone to seek the Central Highlands Water team out this Labour Day long weekend and hear from the experts about the single most important element of our lives and key to healthy plants – water.”

Quotes attributable to Central Highlands Water General Manager of Customer and Community, Mrs Jacqueline O’Neill:

“We are proud of our partnership with the City of Ballarat and we are delighted to be involved in this award winning festival – one of regional Victoria’s largest and most popular festivals.

“As an organisation, we continue our mission to provide safe and quality drinking water to our customers and communities we service across our region.

“We are very passionate about our Be Smart Choose Tap (BSCT) campaign with over 30 drinking fountains across our region and our BSTC Ambassadors, who share the message every day that staying hydrated is cool!”

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