Products available for delivery and installation in Cairns:
Ordering an OzPoly water tank in the Cairns area is an easy process. You first need to decide what size tank you are after. You can browse the range of OzPoly rainwater tanks here. We have local distributors in Cairns who stock and sell OzPoly tanks. Once you have decided what tank you need, you can call or fill out a request a quote form and from there, a member of the OzPoly team will get in contact with you with a quote and be able to answer any questions you may have about water tanks or the associated products.
Rainwater tanks that are ordered to Cairns are manufactured at OzPoly’s very own factory in Innisfail. You can be sure you are receiving an Australian designed and built product when you buy from OzPoly. OzPoly tanks are locally produced using an advanced polyethylene composite which are rotationally moulded in one piece to provide the utmost strength in design and application in the field.
These poly tanks are the superior product in the Queensland market and have been rigorously tested and proven in the field. OzPoly water tanks are specifically designed and manufactured with the northern Queensland climate around Cairns in mind. This is to ensure that your new rainwater tank performs to the utmost excellence.
OzPoly owns and operates its very own delivery fleet that can deliver your new rainwater tank to you. We cover an extensive range of northern QLD with special delivery requests available. This means you are receiving the quality of OzPoly’s water tanks from a specialist delivery operation. After your water tank is ordered and confirmed, a delivery driver and will be assigned to you, who will get in contact to organise a delivery time that works for you. The driver will notify you prior to their arrival. Poly tank installation may require additional assistance from people on hand.
Cairns is the fifth most populous city in Queensland. It is situated in northern Queensland and contains an international airport. Cairns is a popular tourist destination because of its tropical climate and access to both nearby tropical rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns serves as the major commercial centre for the Far North Queensland and Cape York Peninsula Regions. The population of the Cairns urban area in June 2018 was 152,729, having grown on average 1.1% year-on-year over the preceding five years.
Cairns experiences a tropical climate, specifically a tropical monsoon climate (Am) under the Köppen climate classification. Cairns’ mean annual rainfall is just under 2,000 millimetres, although monthly totals in the wet season (Dec–Mar) can exceed 1,000 mm. Cairns has hot, humid summers and milder temperatures in winter. Mean maximum temperatures vary from 25.9 °C in July to 31.6 °C in January. Monsoonal activity during the wet season occasionally causes major flooding of the Barron and Mulgrave Rivers, cutting off-road and rail access to the city. Cairns has 89.7 clear days, annually. This is a very appropriate climate for the use of water tanks.