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25 JAN
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101 Easy & Effective Water Saving Tips

With climate change worsening water shortages, issues surrounding water conservation have reached a critical point. In fact, the water crisis is the #1 global risk based on impact to society (as a measure of devastation), as announced by the World […]

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22 APR
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Managing Australia’s Water Supplies

Originally founded in 1989, Bushmans Tanks is proud to serve New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, and South Australia, and parts of the Northern Territory. The company’s motto, “Saving Australia’s Water,” stands as a reflection of Bushmans Tanks and the valuable […]

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30 NOV
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Rainfall by Region: South Australia

Climate Overview: South Australia, like its neighbours, is driest in the interior with rainfall increasing as one moves toward the coast. These southern and coastal regions have a milder Mediterranean climate, while the rest of the state is classified as […]

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30 NOV
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Rainfall by region: Victoria

Victoria’s Climate Overview: The southerly position of Victoria means that it tends to be cooler and receive more rainfall than other mainland area, yet despite its relatively small size the climate varies noticeably between areas. Sections in the north-west of […]

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19 NOV
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Rain Water Harvesting by area: spotlight on Queensland

Brief Overview of the Rainfall patterns in Queensland: Queensland’s total average rainfall varies quite significantly from year to year and region to region and it’s not unusual to see vastly different weather patterns between decades and areas. These variances are […]

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13 NOV
Rainfall by Region NSW

Rainfall by Region: NSW

Overview of the rainfall patterns of NSW The rainfall patterns in NSW are affected significantly by factors such as ocean winds and the Great Dividing Range (GDR).The majority of NSW is on the Western side of the GDR and is […]

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01 JUL
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How to Do a Water Usage Audit on your Home

By checking how much water you use in your household, you could identify ways to save up to 40% a year. This article is full of information that will help you to: Conduct a simple water usage audit in your […]

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13 MAY
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Water Tanks: The Solution to the Cane Toad vs Dung Beetle Saga?

First there’s the good guy – the African dung beetle – which merrily goes about its business of rolling dung. Then there’s the bad guy – the predatory South American cane toad – that is decimating the dung beetle and […]

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23 APR
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Every Drop Counts – Water Storage Through The Ages

Ever since mankind started walking upright (and who knows even before) they have had to come up with solutions to carry and store that elixir of life… Water. As a planet we have an abundance of water, but the sad […]

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