Category: Rural Tanks

13 MAY
An image of a Cane Toad in relation to a blog

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
An old well of bricks

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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14 APR
Fire fighting of a wild bush fire

Fire Fighting Water Storage Considerations

Did you know that over 50% of all new sheds do not have a water tank installed! Installation: The installation of water tanks around the house and shed in regional areas allows rural fire fighters to quickly refill their tankers […]

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27 JAN
$20-Million-Additional-Support-Drought-Affected-Farmers-NSW

$20 Million Additional Support Drought Affected Farmers NSW

Rebate and incentive schemes are there to help you financially while you help the environment. In Australia, a major concern for our land and environment is drought. We simply do not have enough water and this is a huge concern, […]

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05 JAN
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Bushmans Win A Ute Competition Winner

Bushman Tanks exciting Spring Promotion “Win A Ute Competition” has concluded and the draw has been done and the winner was B&A Holden of Orange NSW. This successful competition saw many entries from all states and hopefully the new water tanks […]

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18 DEC
Bushman Tanks Christmas Card

Ho Ho Ho…Merry Christmas From Bushmans

To all of our fantastic customers, distributors and friends… Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support throughout the year and we look forward to working with you again in 2015. Bushmans will be closed […]

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18 DEC
A very dry field, affected by a severe draught, with a man looking out in despair

Dry Conditions are Likely to Continue This Summer

The QLD Country Life have quoted one of Australia’s leading climate scientists Professor Roger Stone from the University of Southern Queensland’s International Centre for Applied Climate Sciences. Professor Stone has indicated that two respected US models have pointed to the […]

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