17 January 2023

Hunter Water proud to support this year’s Girls Day Out – Women in Sport

Hunter Water will be helping to remind young girls about the importance of loving water and protecting our precious natural environment as part of its support for Girls Day Out – Women in Sport

Back for our third year, Hunter Water is proud to once again be part of the event, where girls aged six to 16 can try new sports, meet professional female athletes, and learn new skills. The 45-minute mini-clinics will take place on Saturday 21 January at Foreshore Park and Nobby’s Beach to teach young girls their dreams are possible and achievable.

Hunter Water will be providing in-kind support, supplying reusable Hunter Water drink bottles to all event participants as well our water bottle refill stations on the day.

Our presence not only complements one of our Hunter Water values – Inclusion – it aims to remind participants about the importance of staying hydrated, teaching them to Love Water, and inspiring them to protect the environment by reducing their use of plastics.

Young girls throughout the Hunter Region are encouraged to come and try one of the many sports on offer, which include netball, rugby league, surfing, rugby union, and cricket. The mini-clinics will be hosted by well-known local athletes, such as World Surf League star Philippa Anderson, representatives from NRLW’s Newcastle Knights team and goal scoring extraordinaire Lauren Allen from the Newcastle Jets.

Visit www.girlsdayout.com.au for more information about the event.