Username: Username required.Password: Password required.
Shopping cart  Shopping cart
0 Product(s) in cart
Total $0.00
» Checkout
Home About Us Products Freight News Privacy Contact Us
Monthly Specials
Controllers, Timers & Sensors
Sprinklers & Sprays
Drip Irrigation
Hoses & Pipe
Fishtank & Pond Equipment
Tanks & Accessories
Spraying Equipment
Irrigation Kits
Fire Equipment
Clearance Section
Tools & Accessories
Welcome to the new Irrigation Shop website. Here you will find all you need regarding our products, news and all other information regarding the Irrigation Shop. Good news for Trade users…
Water Restrictions
Water restrictions have been lifted as of the 1st of January 2013…
29 Moss St, Slacks Creek  Qld 4127. Ph: 07 3808 3611

Welcome to The Irrigation Shop website. Here you will find all you need regarding our products, news and all other information regarding The Irrigation Shop.

If you register as a trade user you will have access to trade pricing and online ordering so that you can accurately quote your job and everything you need will be packed and ready when you come in to pick it up. If you are interested in becoming a trade user please click here

Water Restrictions lifted

Southeast Queenslanders have been given carte blanche to go wet and wild, with an official end to all water restrictions from today.

A Seqwater spokeswoman said the last remaining low-level water restrictions – Permanent Water Conservation Measures – no longer applied.

Responsibility for all bulk water supply and security has now been transferred to Seqwater, which has merged with LinkWater and the SEQ Water Grid Manager in a move the Newman government said was in line with its election commitment to ease cost-of-living pressures.

“The previous complex and costly bulk water supply arrangements have been simplified to avoid duplication, cut operating and administration costs and reduce board and executive expenses,” Mr Cripps said.

The Seqwater spokesperson said while water shouldn't be wasted, formal restrictions were no longer needed to get households to observe water wise behaviour such as:

  • use rainwater where possible outdoors
  • avoid watering in the heat of the day between 10am and 4pm
  • top up swimming pools with rainwater and use a pool cover
  • when cleaning outside, use a high pressure cleaning device or hose with a twist or trigger nozzle.

© The Irrigation Shop 2007