The Toowoomba region has a warm humid subtropical climate with warm summers and cool winters in comparison with other areas in Queensland. Daily maximum temperatures in the summer average 28c and 17c in the winter:
- A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the months: January, February, March and December.
- On average, February is the wettest month.
- On average, August is the driest month.
- The average amount of annual precipitation is: 724mm
This means with a roof space of just 125㎡ you can potentially harvest over 90,500 Litres of water every year. The Toowoomba region is a great place to harvest rainwater.
Toowoomba Climate Graph
Water Tanks Toowoomba
Servicing Toowoomba, Helidon, Gatton and Surrounding Areas
All our water tanks are factory made to order. If you are thinking of investing in or replacing your water tank we can deliver what you need at a great price with top level service.
Water restrictions are common across the whole region, in general all residents are always urged to minimise water usage to preserve existing water supplies. Installing a rainwater tank will provide you with:
- Free Water and a saving on your water rates.
- Extra water available for general use, watering gardens etc.
- Additional value to your home.
- A contribution to a sustainable community.
What sized tank do you need?
The key consideration when choosing what size tank you need is to estimate the volume of water you require. For example, Using Toowoomba rainfall records, a 10,000 litre rainwater tank internally connected to the toilet and washing machine could be expected to generally supply 20-30% of the average daily water needs for a typical household. Using a 22,000 litre tank would increase this figure to 30-40%.
If you need any help or advice on size or configuration please do contact us.
7 Facts About Toowoomba
- Toowoomba the country’s largest non capital inland city?
- First privately funded major airport in Australia
- Home of the lamington
- Lot’s famous folk were born in the garden city
- Annual carnival dedicated entirely to flowers
- Played a role in World War II
- First unofficial Anzac Day Dawn Service