When you call Unitywater, you're calling a local. It means you can talk to people who live where you live and who bring local knowledge to providing services and solving your issues. Local service and local support - it's another way we add value to your water and sewerage services.
Anthony lives in the Sunshine Coast hinterland and has worked in Unitywater’s contact centre at Maroochydore for two years. He calls himself a ‘blow in’, having arrived from North Queensland in 1988, but he’s had plenty of time to get to know and love the Sunshine Coast.
As a keen surfer and paddleboarder, Anthony has a vested interest in the health of our waterways, coastline and ocean. He was especially stoked when Unitywater bought old cane farms along Maroochy River and restored them to wetlands to improve river health and support native and migrating fauna.
What Anthony enjoys most about Unitywater is the opportunity to work for a locally-based, forward-thinking organisation that cares about customers, staff, the community and our environment.
Anthony's top customer service tips
Chop up your bill into smaller bite-sized pieces
Set up Smoothpay to even out your bill payments across the year by paying smaller amounts, more frequently.