Thank You – We Look Forward To Helping You!

We are delighted to help you with your water needs. A water solution specialist for your area has been notified and will contact you shortly.
Our technology has been used to complete over 1500 Deep Seated Water wells on four continents and we truly hope to help you too.

Need To Get Started Quickly?

If you have an urgent need, it will be helpful to have this information to hand:

  1. Size of your property?
  2. The primary purpose of your property? If agriculture, types of crops?
  3. Any history of the property you’d like to share that could have an impact on a water location and well drilling project?
  4. How much water do you need?
  5. Are there existing bores on the site? If so, flow rate? Issues with water quality?
  6. Are there existing bores that you know of near the site?

We look forward to speaking with you soon!

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The Missing Piece in Any Water Strategy

Deep Seated Water (DSW) is high-quality groundwater, typically sourced from deeper aquifers that are located below shallow aquifers. Deep aquifers are supplied from local catchment basins and subsurface inflows across basin boundaries.

“Thank you for your great work. I can assure you that it was a wonderful relief to find good water after 6 dusty, dry holes [drilled by others].”

— Charles Smith, Farmer, New South Wales, Australia

“In each case the bores were successful and the information supplied was accurate in regards to location, water quality and depth.”

“As we stand here in mid-July, our orchard has not received nearly enough rain to break the drought...A litre per second is very valuable, we can do a lot with that, and plan to in the coming season.”