Water refill stations

Water refill stations encourage Canberran’s to make healthy drink choices. The stations make it easier for people to fill up their water bottle in popular public places like shopping centres, parks and areas with high pedestrian traffic. The stations will help to further reduce the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages while also reducing waste.

The water stations are equipped with two bottle refill nozzles as well as a drinking fountain. They are wheelchair accessible and stand at 2.1m tall allowing them to be easily located in crowded areas. Some locations also include a dog drinking bowl.

Find your nearest water station at the following parks or public place:

Drinking fountain with refill station being used by two peopleGungahlin

  • Harrison District Playing Fields
  • Gungahlin Place, Gungahlin Town Centre
  • Narden Street Community Park, Crace

City

  • City Walk, Garema Place, City
  • City Walk, City
  • City Bus Station, Alinga Street, City
  • City Bus Station, Mort Street, City
  • Civic Square
  • Petrie Plaza, Bunda Street, City
  • Ainslie Place, City

Inner north

  • Dickson District Playing Fields
  • Downer Neighbourhood Oval
  • Hackett Neighbourhood Park
  • Majura District Playing Fields
  • Mount Ainslie lookout - includes a dog bowl
  • Southwell Park Ovals, Lyneham

Inner south

  • Deakin District Playing Fields
  • National Arboretum Canberra, Discovery Gardens
  • National Arboretum Canberra, Village Centre
  • Trevillian Quay Parkland, Kingston
  • Weston Park picnic shelter, Yarralumla

Belconnen

  • Aranda District Playing Fields
  • Cook Shopping Centre
  • Eastern Valley Way wetlands, Lake Ginninderra
  • Lake Ginninderra shared path, near dog park - includes a dog bowl
  • Jamison Plaza, Macquarie
  • Margaret Timpson Park

Woden / Weston

  • Chapman Shopping Circuit
  • Curtin District Playing Fields
  • Hughes Shopping Centre
  • Rivett Neighbourhood Oval
  • Woden Town Square, Woden Town Centre
  • Weston Creek Shopping Centre playground
  • Mawson Shopping Centre, Mawson
  • Eddison Park, Phillip - includes a dog bowl

Tuggeranong

  • Kambah District Playing Fields
  • Kambah Shops, Mannheim Street
  • Calwell District Playing Fields
  • Erindale Shopping Centre, Wanniassa
  • Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Visitor Centre
  • Tuggeranong Town Park, Tuggeranong - includes a dog bowl
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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.