Water Saving Resources

From calculating the size of tank you’ll need, to understanding water tank guarantees and government subsidies, or just learning new water saving tips, our resources section brings these conveniently into one place.

Australian Rainfall Map

Find the average millimetres of rainfall, and average number of rainfall days each year, over the last hundred years, with our interactive rainfall map.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve been asked many questions on the setup, maintenance and economics of owning water tanks over the last few decades. Here they are.

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Tank Size and Water Usage Calculator

Use this handy tool so you can work out how much water you use annually, and the size of water tank you'll need to cover that usage.

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100+ Water Saving Tips

Find the average millimetres of rainfall, and average number of rainfall days each year, over the last hundred years, with our interactive rainfall map.

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Government Rebates

Federal, state and local government authorities offer rebates and subsidies, which apply to water-efficient products and appliances, including water tanks.

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The Bushmans Blog

Get the latest news from Bushman's Blog with resources on industry topics, water statistics and special offers.

26 JUN

Bushmans are partnering with Landcare Australia

Bushmans are giving back to the land through Landcare Australia. There is a natural synergy between our two organisations and a partnership has been established between Bushman and Landcare Australia. This partnership operates with two distinctive activities. Background – Landcare Australia  Landcare Australia is the national not-for profit and registered charity that works in partnership […]

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18 JUN

A soggy Sunday and a misty Monday should not alter drought awareness.

Reducing water use has become a way of life for many families across Australia, particularly since the Millennium Drought (1997-2009). Australia is the driest inhabited continent on Earth and drought has been an ongoing feature of our climate, managed by our Indigenous peoples for more than 60,000 years. More recently ‘droughts and flooding rains’ have […]

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15 MAY

The ongoing drought in Australia: what it means for you, and what you can do about it.

The recent and ongoing drought has been at the top of the agenda for Australians for quite some time now. And for good reason, as large parts of eastern Australia have been in drought conditions for between one to seven years. The effects of droughts are undeniable and have flow on effects on all aspects […]

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