Water Tanks Murwillumbah
Supplying Water Tanks to Murwillumbah, Kingscliff, Chillingham and all surrounding areas.
Murwillumbah (better known as M’bah to the locals) is a great place to live! Regarded as one of Australia’s best art decos country towns with a population of around 10,000 people. Murwillumbah is located just south of the Queensland border and 132km south of Brisbane.
Murwillumbah and all the surrounding areas have a humid subtropical climate with a hot and wet summer which can provide a significant amount of rainwater for storage during the dryer winter months.
The local climate makes it a great place to harvest rainwater that can be used for drinking, washing and outdoor use. Investing in a rainwater tank will also help to take the pressure of the mains water system and help to reduce your water bills.
Droughts and water restrictions have become a normal part of Australian life, and according to National Geographic, we’re on the brink of a freshwater crisis; there’s never been a better time to explore means of reducing our mains water intake, and the goods news is, it’s very easy to do!
Steel water tanks are a great choice for your Murwillumbah home. If your going to invest in a water tank why not go with Steel, they last longer, look great, provide cleaner water and can be recycled.
Does it rain a lot in Murwillumbah?
The answer is yes it does! Murwillumbah and the surrounding areas see a significant amount of rainfall during the warmer months, making the area ideal for rainwater harvesting!
- A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the summer months: January, February, March, April, June and December.
- On average, April is the wettest month.
- On average, September is the driest month.
- The average amount of annual precipitation is: 1833mm
Murwillumbah Annual Average Rain days
Murwillumbah Annual Average Rainfall