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The best ‘cents per litre’ Water infrastructure investment

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Evan Box from Brookfield, QLD 

Evan Box lives with his wife and two children on an 11-acre property in Brookfield, west of Brisbane.

The family does not have access to the town’s main water supply, and, up until a few months ago, relied on a network of smaller tanks to store water for their home and garden.


The small poly tanks on Evan’s property didn’t have the capacity for him to feel confident in his family’s water supply.

They did have a creek pump in the past, but with the creek barely flowing the family’s water use was limited and Evan had to make some sacrifices when it came to maintaining the property.

“We didn’t water or irrigate the yard because we had to be extra mindful of the water we used,” Evan says.


Pioneer Water Tank Brisbane

Evan knew that another poly tank wasn’t going to cut it this time—he wanted more bang for his buck. After some research, he decided a larger steel tank from Pioneer was the most cost-effective solution.

“As far as water storage goes it’s probably the best ‘cents per litre’ piece of infrastructure you can throw in there, comparative to say poly tanks or concrete tanks,” Evan says.

Already familiar with the trustworthy Pioneer Water Tank brand, he contacted his local dealer for advice. He has since purchased and installed a whopping 130,000L tank.

This extra water storage means (in addition to his original goal of watering the yard) Evan’s family has access to fresh water to use as they see fit.

“The tank’s going good, we’re just waiting for rain now,” he says.

“If we get it to full, we’ll well and truly be able to have water fights in the backyard!”

While it can be daunting to invest in significant infrastructure, Evan says that dealing with Pioneer Water Tanks made increasing his water storage capacity a straightforward process.

“Pioneer were always on the case in terms of giving me all the information I needed, so when it came time to make it happen it was easy,” he says.

Pioneer GT130 Water Tank

Evan made a smart decision in contacting an expert for advice on his unique situation.  At Pioneer Water Tanks this is what we do.  We listen to your needs and advise the most efficient method to achieve your goals and objective. 

We are available for consultations, so give us a call on 07 3376 8265 to see how we can help you.

Divine Water tanks Exclusive Sales and installation of Pioneer Water Tanks. Water Tanks Brisbane, Water Tanks Sunshine Coast, Water Tanks Gold Coast, Water Tanks Toowoomba, Water Tanks Warwick, Water Tanks Dalby, Water Tanks Roma, Water Tanks St George, Water Tanks Taroom surrounds and beyond. Call us on 07 3376 8265 or email sandy@divinewatertanks.com

How to clean your Steel Liner Water Tank

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Pioneer AQUALINER Fresh® Liners overview:

The AQUALINER Fresh® fabric is a woven polyethylene coated food grade fabric designed specifically for use
in potable water storage applications.

Exclusive Pioneer Aqualiner fresh antimicrobial linerThe AQUALINER Fresh® fabric is a multi layered reinforced liner material, the black water contact layer has been treated with  SANITIZED® SILVER TECHNOLOGY which breaks down the structure of potentially harmful microbes such as bacteria and algae that normally form on the surface of a water tank liner.

It is always best to set your tank up so that the first flush of the dusty roof is diverted and filters are in place to collect debris and dirt from being put into the tank. Even with this exclusive technology you may find your Pioneer tank needs a clean every couple of years.



Do not clean your tank unnecessarily, however if you have seen a large build up of silt or have noted a change in taste of the water or believe the water is contaminated it you may wish to clean it out.

IMPORTANT NOTE: AQUALINER Fresh®, as is the case with all polyethylene fabric, has an extremely low tolerance to chlorides and other cleaning/ sterilising agents.

Cleaning and maintenance of the Pioneer AQUALINER Fresh® Liners

It is the responsibility of any persons entering a tank/ confined space to ensure that all necessary safety measures
are addressed and adhered to prior to accessing the tank.


Footwear must be removed prior to entering ALL liner tanks to prevent stones etc coming into contact with the liner surface and potentially damaging the liner.
Ensure any sediment, and foreign objects are removed from the base of the liner prior to the walking on the liner
Any equipment brought into the tank must NOT be placed directly on the liner. Matting must be placed between any tools/ equipment and the liner.
Ladders to have feet and tops covered with sock/ rags to protect the liner

Cleaning of liners can be safely undertaken by either of two methods:

Method ONE: Pressure Washer
A Pressure washer on medium pressure can be used to wash down the interior of the liner to remove build-up of sediment on the liner
Household dishwashing detergent may be added to assist in the breakdown of the build-up.
Wash down liner and flush out dirty water prior to refilling tank

Method TWO: Soft head Mop
Spray the wall of the liner with a standard garden hose
Use a soft head mop with clean fresh water from a bucket to wash down the liner
IMPORTANT: Ensure mop does not have exposed sharp or hard edges that may damage the liner
Household dishwashing detergent may be added to assist in the breakdown of the build-up.
Wash down liner and flush out dirty water prior to refilling tank

NOTE: The use of chemicals to clean inlet pipes or shock treat a tank is possible but thorough washing down of the liner after cleaning is essential. Exposure of the liner to harmful chemicals may void the warranty of the liner.

Call Divine Water Tanks for tank cleaning advise 07 33768265

No Town Water on your Block 

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Buying the Right Water Tank for your Block

Buying a new Block of land with no town water means having to make the difficult decision on how to secure your water supply.  Besides all the decision on the house design, sheds, driveways and possibly a swimming pool you will also need to determine what the best water tank solution might be. There are many tank option on the market, including Concrete, Poly, Aqua plate steel or Large steel liner tanks. The focus of this article will be on the Large Steel liner Tanks and in particular that selecting a Pioneer Water Tank may be the best long term water investment that you make.

The biggest mistake people make is underestimating the amount of water they will need, so small, seemingly less expensive, tanks are installed and over time more and more small tanks are added costing much more in the long run. Looking both unsightly and taking up surface space that could be better utilised. The second factor to consider is the rain events we are seeing where we are having large rain events on a less frequent basis meaning you need to be ready to maximise your rain water harvesting with decent storage space so you don’t run out in those dry months.

When buying a new block you have the advantage of planning the right solution for your own needs.

Pioneer Water Tank 50,000 litres in New Beith Logan

Here are a few things you may need to consider

  • Is this your only water source?
  • How big is the family / or how big will it become?
  • For what other uses do you need to store water?
  • How much do you need?
  • What is the catchment area (Roof area in m2)
  • What is the average rainfall in your area?
  • How much space do you have for your tanks?
  • Do we need a fire reserve?

Size makes a difference

Pioneer make a range of tanks from 12,000 litres to 500,000 litres for domestic, rural, commercial and Fire Hydrant uses. On an acreage block with no other water source we typically see customers selecting between 80,000 to 170,00 litre tanks with the 110,000 currently being the most popular size. This size tank is usually sufficient for a medium family and will allow you to keep a fire reserve on the same tank if you are required to have one.  Our general advise is to size one up from what you were thinking, the price on the Pioneer Tanks does not increase significantly between sizes and you may be surprised how little the extra 10000 or 20000 litres may cost. One of the major advantages of the big steel tanks is that they come in a variety of sizes while the Poly, Concrete and Aquaplate tanks have a limited capacity (typically around 30,000 litres) so you require 3 or 4 of these to run a home with no town supply. As we indicated buying multiple tanks is more often more expensive and takes up more space that one larger tank.

Large Steel tanks are not expensive

There is a misconception that a big water tank is much more expensive than buying smaller tanks, this is normally not correct.  The price range on a GT110 in Queensland is between $9,400 and $11,000 depending on colour selection and proximity to your local Pioneer dealer. This price includes installation and a standard pack of inclusions on your pre- prepared sand pad. You would be finding prices of around $3000 and $3500 for a standard Poly or Aquaplate tank in the 27,000 litre to 30,000 capacity range. To match the larger tank capacity you would need 4 of the smaller tanks which will probably cost more than the larger tank. Read more about this via this link Poly Tank or Steel. Pioneer Water Tank in Surfmist Lowood

Besides the initial cost 30 years of manufacturing and Australian market experience has demonstrated that the Pioneer Steel Tanks last much longer than other tanks in normal conditions. Over time poly becomes weakened by UV exposure and splits this does not happen with a Pioneer steel tanks. Pioneer use only Australian made Bluescope Colorbond or the latest Next Generation Zincalume that have  30 to 50 year rated life spans. Galvanised versus Zincalume. 


Modern and stylish

Pioneer water tank in Toowoomba

The Pioneer V-lock 8-80 profile is modern and stylish and will suit your modern designer home. There are an extensive range of colours to select from that will suit your designs. Pioneer use only genuine Australian BlueScope Steel and Colorbond ensuring your tanks have the finest grade of steel. Pioneer do not powder coat or post paint colours again this ensures only the finest quality steel is used on the structure. The Pioneer profile is not only good looking this design is specifically designed for water storage, the profile ensures a ridged and strong body that will not tear or rip like corrugated steel. The flatter profile is ideal for liners and ensures minimal stress on the liner when the tank is full and safeguards the liner from deterioration over time.


Freshest Water

The latest Pioneer Aqualiner Fresh is the most advanced liner technology on the Australian market. Pioneer have the exclusive rights to the use of the Swiss Sanitized technology and have launched the only antimicrobial liner available. The liner actively works against the formation of algea and bacterial in the water meaning your precious water stays fresher for longer. For the Freshest Water choose Pioneers Exclusive AQUALINER Fresh® 

We often get asked how to keep tank water clean and the best solution is to ensure clean water goes into the tank by installing a first flushing system and cleaning out the debris in the baskets, if this is taken care of the water inside the Pioneer tank will remain clean and fresh. The Pioneer Water Tank is installed with dust and vermin proofing to protect the tank against mozzies or other unwanted critters  making this there home.

Fire Reserve

If you are required to hold a fire reserve your Pioneer Water Tank can be set up to do the job. By installing a low level Fire Reserve Fitting (Camlock or Stortz) and then fitting a domestic level fitting on the wall you ensure you always have the required fire reserve available if there is a bush fire approaching. This saves money as there is no need to have a second water tank for your Fire Reserve as this can all be accommodated in the one larger Pioneer tank.

Again in some cases Poly tanks are used as Fire reserve tanks, extensive testing has been done by the Bushfire CRC which found poly tanks to be the least reliable source in the event of a fire.  Fire water reserve water tank make the right choice

Some Key Advantages of a Pioneer Steel Tank over Poly

  • Steel is stronger than plastic
  • Steel lasts longer and does not deteriorate in the sun
  • Steel Liner Tanks come in many sizes to suit your properties needs
  • Steel Tanks can be made larger than Poly
  • Steel will withstand direct fire immersion and will keep on fighting when you need it
  • Cost effective if you need a large secure water supply

Advantages of a Pioneer Steel Tank over Concrete

  • Steel is more economical than Concrete
  • Pioneer Steel Tanks offer a far wider range of sizes from 12kl to 500kl than concrete tanks
  • Steel tanks are typically installed in less than one day
  • Steel tank is above ground and does not require excavation
  • Steel tanks can be place on a level sand pad
  • Steel is more accommodating of ground movement and will not crack
  • The low pH rainwater entering the concrete tank undergoes the chemistry changes of being hardened up by lime leach from the concrete walls whilst in the tank and brings the pH to neutral or even possibly slightly alkaline.
  • As the AQUALINER Fresh® liner inside a Pioneer tank is inert (does not cause chemistry changes in the water supply), the water entering the tank will remain at the same pH level. The water is “softer” than that of water coming from a concrete tank that has been undergone a chemical change.

We hope you found our article of interest and that it assists you in your Tank selection.

If you have any question or need advise you are always welcome to contact us and we can talk over you specific needs. Water Tanks Contact Us


Free Onga Autojet 1500


Order your new Pioneer Water Tank in October and receive a free Onga Autojet 1500

Pioneer and Divine Water Tanks are offering a free Onga® Autojet 1500 (RRP $619) or for a more serious domestic pressure system solution, upgrade to the Onga SMHP55 for only $199 (RRP $1,069)* on all Pioneer water tanks ordered between the 1st and the 31st of October 2016.

Order now and pay a small $500 deposit to ensure you are not disappointed and we will install you tank when you are ready. Tanks ordered in October can be install within 4 weeks from order or alternatively we can fit in with your schedule as long as we install by December.

Hurry Order now while Stocks Last!!

Call Divine today on 0405 453 545 or 07 3376 8265

Or if you prefer email


Its nearly summer and those rain clouds will be delivering some more much needed rain, take advantage of mother nature and store your water for those times in need.

Divine Water Tanks are the exclusive distributors for Pioneer Water in Brisbane and Roma and surrounds.

Our team services customers in all areas ranging from the Gold Coast north to the Sunshine Coast and west to Toowoomba as well as all areas west of Taroom, Miles and Goondiwindi out to Tambo, Charleville, Cunnamulla and Barringun.

For customers located in Longreach, Cloncurry, Mt Isa, Windorah and beyond, we work with you to establish cost effective freight solutions.  We know you’re pretty far from anywhere but that doesn’t mean you need to pay the earth for travel charges.   And, we only charge you once per visit – whether that visit is to install one tank or multiple tanks.

We also reline, reroof and repair existing concrete and steel tanks across Australia, as well as installing light industrial and commercial tanks in a variety of areas – from Windorah to Longreach, Cloncurry and beyond.  If you need water, we’ll get a tank to you.

Galvanised versus Zincalume

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The debate continues Galvanised steel versus Zincalume

You may keep coming up against this question is Galvanised better for water tanks or is Zincalume?

Well the answer is it depends (how surprising)!!

In reality both materials have there pros and cons in the water tank environment firstly it all depends if the tank is being constructed with the latest technology Bluescope Next Generation Zincalume and the thickness of the galvanised coating. It also greatly depends on the engineering of the tank to mitigate any risks or concerns on either material.  There is no bases behind the generic statement being made by some that galvanised steel out performs Zincalume for corrosion resistance.

All Pioneer Water Tanks are manufactured using the latest generation ZINCALUME.  According to Bluescope ZINCALUME® with ActivateTM technology offers far greater resistance to atmospheric corrosion in ALL normal roofing and walling conditions. ( it typically lasts 4 to 6 times longer than Galvanised G275mm). Read the full Bluescope Corrosion performance document attached below this article.

According to Bluescope Corrosion protection on steel traditionally follows 2 paths one being Barrier and the other Sacrificial protection.

Barrier protection

Barrier protection is when steel is coated with a material that prevents moisture and oxygen making contact with the base metal as in the absence of moisture and oxygen steel does not corrode. In a metal coated context, coatings consist of inherently corrosion resistant metals such as Aluminium, Tin, Gold, and so forth the advantages of this protection is that these coatings are long-lasting and resistant to temperature change, abrasion, erosion, UV and are often electrically conductive. On the down side if the coating is scratched or cracked localized corrosion will occur.

Sacrificial Coatings

Works off the principle that all metals  have the potential to corrode, this potential is referred to as “activity”. When steel is coated with a more active metal, the active metal will corrode in preference to the steel and provide protection from the corrosive influence, in other words the active material will sacrifice itself.  Sacrificial coatings are effective even if the steel substrate is exposed, as it is based on electrical conductivity. Sacrificial coatings physically migrate to a corrosion site to provide protection. Galvanised steel relies mainly on sacrificial protection to resist corrosion. Galvanised steel is coated in almost pure zinc.

Duplex Coatings (combination of Barrier and Sacrificial Coatings)

Alloying of metals with differing corrosion performance allows coating to be created that offer both barrier protection to protect the underlying steel, but also sacrificial protection in the event the steel is cut, scratched, drilled or damaged. These coatings are very long lasting and at the same time protect exposed areas of steel.

ZINCALUME® steel employs a combination of both barrier and sacrificial protection

ZINCALUME® steel is coated in an alloy of approximately 55% aluminium, 43.5% zinc and 1.5% silicon. Although both Galv and Zincaclume  are produced as continuously hot dip coated products, they perform very differently, especially in construction industry applications such as roofing and walling. All coatings protect steel sheets from corrosive attack by acting as a barrier
to exclude air, water and other corrosion causes from contact with the steel substrate.

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Pioneer Water Tanks have been manufacturing water tanks for over 30 years originally using Galvanised wall panels and moving to Zincalume due to their belief that this is a better performing steel in the water tank environment.

Some real engineering features that further mitigate the risk of corrosion!!

All Pioneer Tanks are manufactured with a bottom lip on the 1st panels to prevent them ‘digging’ into the ground this also server the purpose of ensuring the tanks can accommodate moderate ground movement and do not become entrenched in wet moist soil.  Pioneer Tanks are all fitted with Condensation strips which ensure condensation from the roof area runs into the tank and not behind the liners. Pioneer use the industry leading Aqualiner to minimise build up of moisture between the tank walls. As an extra layer of protection Pioneer is committed to supplying all tanks with Sacrificial anodes. There is in fact no science behind the statement that Tanks made using Galvanised material are any more or less protected than Zincalume Tanks and therefore do not require this additional protection. In fact the experts say sacrificial anodes would have the same affect on both materials.

Rest assured when buying your new tank from Pioneer Water Tanks you are getting only the best, that’s why we at Divine Water Tanks agree You’ve Made the Right Choice.

No Need to take our word for it please find these interesting articles below from independent sources.




Contact Divine Water Tanks to find out how to order your Pioneer Water Tank 07 3378 8265 sandy@divinewatertanks.com.au

Water Infrastructure 100% Tax write off

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Water Infrastructure 100% Tax write off

As a Primary producer or an Irrigation water provider to the agriculture sector you may be entitled to claim a full deduction for capital expenditure incurred on a water facility.

According to the ATO If capital expenditure was incurred on a water facility from 7.30pm (AEST), 12 May 2015 you deduct the whole amount in the income year in which you incurred the expenditure.

Water infrastructure includes but is not limited to the installation of Steel Water Tanks, please follow the link to the ATO website below for further information.


*Please consult with your financial adviser on the tax implications of your purchase.

If you are not a primary producer but own a small business you can also write off your water tank purchase under $20 000 in 2016.

There is no better time than now to invest in your new Pioneer Water Tanks

Water tanks and other infrastructure purchased before 30 June 2016 can be claimed as an immediate 100% tax-deductible item in your 2016 tax return.



• 100% Australian made using Bluescope® next generation Zincalume Steel
• Available Australia-wide
• Completely drink safe and durable thanks to Pioneer Water Tanks’ exclusive Aqualiner® and V-LOCK technology
• Queensland Development Code Part 3.7 – Farm buildings
• Fire safety ready with one simple fitting
• Fully customizable with a range of accessories.

Pioneer Water tanks Discover the Difference You’ve made the right Choice

For all information and for a quotation please

Call Divine Water Tanks at 07 3376 8265

Email Divine Water Tanks  sandy@divinewatertanks.com.au

The water infrastructure 100% tax write off has been put in place to encourage primary producers to invest in sustainable water solutions. Steel Water tanks are proving to be a popular investment as Pioneer Tank can be installed very quickly and efficiently with location of tanks to suit your requirements. Pioneer have been supplying the rural market for close on 30 years with the tanks standing the test of time in the harshest of Australian conditions.

Some of the key advantages of a Steel Water tank includes the secure and safe storage of your precious water resources, reduced evaporation, reduced energy consumption (pumping), 20 to 30 year life expectancy. Tanks can be installed right next to the bore or dam or located in positions to best suit your irrigation needs. Pioneer Water Tanks can also be fitted out to meet the requirements of the Queensland Development Code Part 3.7 – Farm buildings.

Extract form ATO website


Water facility

“A water facility is plant or a structural improvement, or an alteration, addition or extension to plant or a structural improvement that is primarily and principally for the purpose of conserving or conveying water.

For expenditure incurred on or after 1 July 2004, a water facility also includes:

capital repairs to plant or structural improvements that are primarily for the purpose of conserving or conveying water, and
a structural improvement, or an alteration, addition, extension or capital repair to a structural improvement that is reasonably incidental to conserving or conveying water.
Water facilities include:

earth tanks
underground tanks
concrete or metal tanks
tank stands
irrigation channels or similar improvements
water towers
extensions or improvements to any of these items.
Things that are reasonably incidental to conserving or conveying water include:

a culvert
a fence to prevent livestock entering an irrigation channel
a bridge over an irrigation channel.

No deduction is available for capital expenditure incurred on acquiring a second-hand commercial water facility unless you can show that no-one else has deducted or could deduct an amount of earlier capital expenditure on the construction or previous acquisition of the water facility.

Irrigation water provider

An irrigation water provider is an entity whose business is primarily and principally the supply (other than by using a motor vehicle) of water to primary producers”

For all information and for a quotation please

Call Divine Water Tanks at 07 3376 8265

Email Divine Water Tanks  sandy@divinewatertanks.com.au

Fire water reserve – make the right choice

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Pioneer Water Tanks you made the right choice


When selecting your fire water reserve for your new property make sure you make the right choice. Pioneer Water Tanks will not only ensure you family and garden have plenty of water but by putting in 1 additional Camlock fire fitting it will ensure you always have a reserve of water to keep you safe when needed. No need to buy 2 tanks when one Pioneer Water Tank will do.

Many new estates in QLD require home owners have water available as a fire reserve due to the risk of bush fires, many property owners make the wrong choice by selecting a plastic “Poly” tank for this purpose. As we are sure you would agree in most cases if or when your property was under threat the Poly tank  is unlikely to have been the Right choice. Research has proven that steel tanks are the best and will withstand even intense fire immersion ensuring water availability when you need it most.

No need to take our word for it, see the finding from the Bushfire CRC Research below.


A research project involving the Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre (Bushfire CRC) and the CSIRO  revealed that different types of rainwater tanks can play an important role in
defending houses against the threat of a bushfire. The research investigated the effects of typical Australian bushfire exposures on both residential and commercial water tanks of steel and plastic construction.

Anecdotal evidence already exists to suggest that steel water tanks offer greater protection to both residential and commercial properties in the event of a bushfi re than alternative
materials because of its non-combustibility. The full results from this research will be used by the Bushfire CRC and the CSIRO to:
Influence how building codes and planning guides are developed, particularly around bushfire risk areas;
Help provide advice to property owners on the level of risk their homes and businesses face; and
Help develop education programmes for local communities.


Steel construction liner tanks maintained structural integrity during all tests. The liner construction proved able to retain water during and after the fire-front, which is critical for the protection of property and assets in the event of a bush fire.

Polyethylene tanks suffered considerable structural distortion during simulation of a bushfire passage. The tanks demonstrated structural deformation during the 30 minute flame exposure, resulting in the tank splitting itself and melting down. Polyethylene tanks were at risk of total failure when adjacent combustible items are present, in the form of forest litter, fences or other polyethylene tanks.”





Why buy 4 Poly Tanks when 1 Pioneer Steel Tank will do?


Looking for some Decent Water Storage, Why Buy 4 Poly Tanks when 1 Steel Pioneer Water Tank Will Do?

If you need some decent water storage Poly is probably not the most economical option. The average 25 000 litre poly water tank costs around $2500 to $3000 in Qld, this will set you back between $10 000 and $12 000 for 100 000 litres of water storage. With the great Pioneer Water tank saving currently on offer you can now buy the legendary 110,000 litre Pioneer Steel Water Tank in Zincalume for under $10,000

Buying the Pioneer Steel Water tank will not only save you $$ it takes up less space, has a 20 year warranty (conditional) is packed with included extras, and is Built Stronger to Last Longer. Pioneer Water Tanks have been making tanks that can withstand the harshest environments including bush fires,high temperature and cyclonic regions for over 27 years.

For more information or to talk about the best water storage solution to meet your needs contact Sandy at Divine Water tanks on 07 3376 TANK (8265) or visit our website at www.divinewatertanks.com.au.

Pioneer Water Tanks Built Stronger to Last Longer, manufactured in Australia using only Australian made material.

*price may vary in some areas where additional freight rates may apply.

Beat the Price Increase 15th April 2016


Beat the Price Increase order before 5pm

15th April 2016

Prices are set to rise on our range of Pioneer Water Tanks, you can secure an order at the current price by putting in a confirmed order and paying a small $500 deposit per tank. Then manage you installation time frame to suit! Orders placed now could still be pushed into the Divine Water Tanks late May installation schedule or alternatively Divine can install to suit you as long as its before the end of July 2016.


Beat the price increase save water and power

Conserve your Water and Save on your Power Bills

  Don’t loose your water to the sun with a traditional turkeys nest or dam water evaporates at a tremendous rate. By putting in a Steel Pioneer Water Tank you both Save water and Save on power cost, as virtually no waters is lost to evaporation so less water needs to be pumped.



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Get Ready for Bush Fire Season

 Did you know you can combine your domestic and fire water reserves in one cost effective, space efficient tank with one simple fire fitting?
Pioneer Water Tanks tanks are designed to maintain their structural integrity during and after exposure to a fire front as tested by the Australian Government Bushfire Co-operative Research Centre.


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100% Australian made using BlueScope® steel and Pioneer Water Tanks’
exclusive Aqualiner


Get your orders in early and Save!!

Colorbond Gen u Win

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When you choose a Pioneer COLORBOND® steel Water tank you can be sure its the real thing.  Pioneer Water Tanks use only the best Australian made and manufactured material including genuine COLORBOND® steel for your tank wall panels and roof.

Buy a Pioneer COLORBOND® steel Water tank installed by Divine Water Tanks before 29th of February 2016 and you could be in line to win an amazing $100 000. Because Pioneer Water Tanks use only genuine COLORBOND® steel you, you can GEN-U-WIN.

If you’re a Homeowner and you spend $200 or more on genuine COLORBOND® steel for your home between May 1st2015 and February 29th 2016, you can register for your chance to win $100,000 cash. There is also a $2,000 draw every month in every state, so the sooner you enter, the more chances to you have to win.

Register for the promotion via the link below.

Register here for your chance to Gen-U-Win

With outstanding anti-corrosion performance, COLORBOND® steel is one of the toughest, most advanced building materials in the world. Tried and tested over the past 45 years in some of the harshest climates across Australia. So you can be sure COLORBOND® steel not only looks beautiful, but lasts beautifully.




Select from one of the Pioneer COLORBOND® steel Water tank colours