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Exciting new public space for Frankston

WatersEdge Summer Light Show

We were thrilled to provide a public preview of the soon-to-be open waterside boulevard in Frankston at our recent WatersEdge Summer Light Show. The rejuvenated foreshore along Kananook Creek is adjacent to our head office and features mature fig trees, terraced seating and a great waterside promenade.

Attendees at our free light show held 14–17 January were dazzled with an exciting display of light projection onto the 100+ metre façade of our building from lighting experts behind White Night Melbourne. There was also great entertainment and food from a local café and musicians.

We can’t wait to welcome more visitors to this new public space to experience this wonderful new addition to Frankston’s waterfront landscape. Come and see it for yourself.

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WatersEdge officially opened (pdf, 100Kb)

We were pleased to have our headquarters officially opened by The Hon Lisa Neville MP, Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water.

"It sets new standards in environmental measures ... a 5-star building that will become 6-star".


Frankston students welcome refurbished wellbeing centre (pdf, 597Kb)

We are pleased to be partnering with McClelland College in Frankston to help refurbish its wellbeing centre to support at risk and disengaged students.


Frankston Mayor marks milestone for construction (pdf, 334Kb)
Frankston Mayor and South East Water MD

An exciting construction milestone was reached when our new head office in Frankston was ‘topped out’, which means the building structure is now complete.


Hydration fun at Waterfront Festival (pdf, 474Kb)

We had a great time keeping the Frankston Waterfront Festival-goers hydrated at this terrific community celebration.


Head office rapidly taking shape (pdf, 701Kb)

Our excitement about joining the Frankston community is growing, as is our future head office.


Hitting our stride for Frankston fun run (pdf, 335Kb)

Over 1,150 entrants ran, walked and trailed their way through the I Love Frankston Fun Run on Sunday to raise funds for St Francis Xavier Primary School and the St Vincent de Paul Society.

De-silting Kananook Creek (pdf, 188Kb)

We’re working with the Victorian Government to de-silt Kananook Creek.