Water Tanks for Victoria Park WA

Helping you make a great decision with your rainwater tank for Victoria Park, Perth Western Australia

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Our Tank Liner

World first antimicrobial tank liner. One of the most technically advanced water tank liners in the country. We keep your water fresher for longer.

Engineered Up To 2.0MM Thick

Our tank walls are designed with superior strength and longevity in mind.  With over 30 years in business you can be confident our tanks will last.

Water From Your Tank Roof

Every drop of water counts. We have introduced an exclusive water saver device that efficiently harvests water off your tank roof.

Pioneer Water Tanks & Bushfire

Learn how the Pioneer water tank stands up to bushfire, and what you can expect if your tank comes into direct contact with fire.

Our Tank Liner



World first antimicrobial tank liner. One of the most technically advanced water tank liners in the country. We keep your water fresher for longer.

Engineered Up To 2.0MM Thick

Our tank walls are designed with superior strength and longevity in mind.  With over 30 years in business you can be confident our tanks will last.

Water From Your Tank Roof

Every drop of water counts. We have introduced an exclusive water saver device that efficiently harvests water off your tank roof.

Pioneer Water Tanks & Bushfire

Learn how the Pioneer water tank stands up to bushfire, and what you can expect if your tank comes into direct contact with fire.

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Who are Pioneer Water Tanks?

Pioneer Water Tanks has been an industry leader in the water storage space in Perth and Australia for over 30 years.  


Innovations such as the AQUALINER Fresh® antimicrobial water tank liner, Pioneer VLOCK® tank wall profile and the dealer direct network are examples of how Pioneer has continually led the way when it comes to water tanks in Australia.

At Pioneer, we live and breathe the needs of our customers and understand what it takes for a water tank to adequately service Victoria Park, and all other areas of Perth and the greater Western Australia area. 

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Smart Water Savers

With Western Australian weather conditions getting harsher, Pioneer is here to help you improve your water gathering capacity. Pioneers innovational Smart Water Savers help to harvest more water into your tank, while at the same time having a lower danger of contamination than tank rain gutter systems. Pioneer's Smart Water Savers allow you to collect up to 27% of your tank's storage capacity, using your tank roof.

About Victoria Park

The Town of Victoria Park is a vibrant and diverse urban community located just 10 minutes from Perth's CBD, across the causeway on the south side of the Swan River.


Victoria Park is the eastern gateway to Perth's central business district (CBD), being the intersection of the three original eastern arterial roads: Albany Highway, Canning Highway, Great Eastern Highway, and the Causeway bridge.

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Aqualiner FRESH® Water Tank Liner

Making sure your rainwater is cleaner and fresher, the Pioneer exclusive, Aqualiner FRESH® water tank liner improves on Australian Standards and helps to eliminate build-up of mould and bacteria in your rainwater tank. Assisting keep your family's water stores as clean as possible, the Aqualiner FRESH® water tank liner incorporates Sanitized ® antimicrobial technology that is also utilized in hospitals and food industry to allow better protection than a standard tank liner. That's one of the many reasons why Pioneer Water Tanks is the rainwater tank producer of choice in Welshpool.

Water Tank Size Range

With a variety of water tanks varying from 12K to 500K litres, Pioneer can satisfy all of your water storage needs. Utilising the industry leading Pioneer V-LOCK ® tank wall profile, we can make sure that our rainwater tanks have the best structural integrity you can rely on.

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Water Tank Colours

With 20 COLORBOND® colours to choose from, your Pioneer tank can easily be matched to your house and potentially merge with your surroundings, delivering a fluid ambience throughout your property.  We only use original COLORBOND® and ZINCALUME® which ensures that your tank will keep its fresh look for a lot longer.

Types of Water Tanks

As water becomes a more sought after natural resource, plenty of Australians are turning to rainwater harvesting

From rural families to commercial growers, from holding water to supplement  a mains water supply, to water for garden, domestic or commercial use, people from all walks of life are now depending on rainwater harvesting to enhance their water storage requirements.


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Before electing what option or size water tank you may want, you need to spend a bit of time looking at a range of variables to facilitate your decision making approach.

This article will serve to steer you in the appropriate direction when looking at the correct style of tank that may be best suited to your requirements.

Plastic Water Tanks

There are a handful of selections when it comes to plastic rainwater tanks, including those made from fibreglass, polyethylene and plastic bladder rainwater tanks. These all have their own strengths and drawbacks.

Poly Water Tanks

Easily installed, and ready to buy off the shelf, the poly tank is a widely well-liked alternative when it pertains to watertanks for the household. With sizes ranging from a few hundred litres, to as much as the tens of thousands of litres, it might be a good decision for those trying to find a quick answer. Plastic is generally less expensive to manufacture than many other water tank materials, typically helping make a poly rainwater tank more inexpensive.

One of the best features about a poly storage tank is the ability to produce a vast range of shapes and sizes, with easily the most typical styles being the slimline, round and squat tanks.

The slimline type of water tank can be a great alternative for those people seeking to conceal what may be considered an eye sore. Normally on the smaller side, the slimline tank is created to suit a variety of needs where space and accessibility may be an issue.

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Squat poly water tanks are shorter than your common water tank, usually shorter than the normal person, allowing it to fit on a stand or under an eve without occupying excessive area.

For those with moderate to medium water storage needs, a round poly tank would be worth looking into. With a volume up to 50,000 litres, property owners can use one or multiple water tanks together to create a water storage system.

For some people looking to get rid of a rainwater tank from the eyeline all together, setting up an underground tank might be an option. The trade off for such an outcome may be accessibility if something were to happen with the tank, or if it needed to be moved.

Fibreglass Tanks

The fibreglass tank selection is more in line with an industrial or semi commercial purpose. It's not a recommended selection for those looking for household outcomes.

With fairly thin tank walls, the fibreglass tank provides a rigid wall profile which could be vulnerable to fracturing and leaking over time.

Bladder Tanks

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Bladder tanks are a less prevalent, yet are a very creative plastic water tank. A bladder tank typically incorporates a plastic bladder, to some degree like a tank liner, with a steel frame around the exterior to hold the bladder in position as it fills up and drains of rainwater.

This type of tank is generally utilised in areas where space may be confined and a large quantity of water needs to get stored.

For those aiming to store smaller amounts of water, then a plastic water tank would be more than suitable.

Nevertheless when the water storage starts to go over 50,000 Litres, steel tanks are often more economical than a polyethylene tank per litre.

One minor negative for some people may be how badly a poly tank will perform in a bushfire situation. Poly will melt and as such all kept water would be sacrificed.

Steel Water Tanks

The steel rainwater tank has been a water storage option for a long time. Similar to most things, latest modern technologies have allowed the steel storage tank to become a lot more stronger and more long lasting.

There has been an assortment of technical developments with the steel water tank that have allowed the product to evolve with time.

Liner Tanks

Found on most rural properties across Australia, steel rainwater tanks consist of external panels bolted together, with a tank liner inside protecting the steel tank walls from the water. This tank liner is made from a food safe plastic, or in Pioneer Water Tanks’ case, an antimicrobial polyethylene film inside the liner, which helps keep drinking water fresher for longer.


This plastic lining is one of the most important parts of a steel tank, and is why most steel water tank manufacturers recommend never entering your water tank, or attempting to clean it without the assistance of an expert.

These steel tanks also typically come installed with a sacrificial anode, which protects the steel in the tank walls from corrosion. Once made of galvanised steel, liner water tanks are typically constructed of Zincalume® or Colorbond® steel, which are metal alloys stronger and more corrosion resistant than the traditional galvanised tank.

These steel tanks can also come installed with a roof catchment or gutter system, in order to increase your rainwater harvesting capacity.

Stainless Steel tanks

Water Tanks made from stainless steel do not have the drawbacks of corrosion like other metal tank systems do, and do not require a tank liner. However a plastic lining or seam is still required where the sheets are joined.


Stainless steel tanks are, however significantly more expensive than other water tank materials, and a stainless steel water tank is typically not required when steel tanks with a liner, or glass reinforced plastic tanks can do a similar job much more affordably.

One of the key advantages of a steel water tank is their strength, 

with many steel water tanks having survived fire fronts,

and providing key assistance in firefighting efforts all across Australia.

Concrete Tanks

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The concrete water tank is, as the name may suggest, the most heavy-duty of the water tank options, and with the advent of modern plastic and steel tanks, the concrete tank has gone slightly out of vogue.


The weight of concrete tanks makes them difficult to transport, and they require flushing and sealing before use for drinking water, as their construction can increase the pH of water. If a concrete tank cracks or leaks, the tank must be drained completely before repairing.  Here is more info regarding tanks in Welshpool.

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