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Our Waddi Water

We source our East Coast Australian Natural Spring Water from beautiful Bilambil, which is situated on Bundjalung country in Northern New South Wales.

Formed many thousands of years ago, the Bilambil Spring is continuously replenished by a gradual filtration of rainfall over uninhabited and untouched volcanic rock formations deep underground. 

The Spring Water is sourced from 60 metres below the surface through of layers of volcanic rock. It is then filtered down to 0.45 micro and pumped through ultraviolet light into holding tanks prior to being transported by stainless steel tankers to our factory.

Taking great care, we source less than 0.1% of the total water that naturally flows to the ground surface to ensure the preservation of the spring.

The spring water we collect is transported to our state-of-the-art water plant. During this process, the water is never exposed to outside air. We take great pride in running a completely sustainable operation fuelled 90% by solar power. The filling process takes place in a clean room environment, held to a very high standard.

Once the spring water reaches our Bottling Plant it is put through another 3 stages of filtration:1.0 micron, 0.45 micron and the end result being 0.2 micron absolute.

One of the finest filtration systems available.

To guarantee the purest product, our water is also passed through UV Sterilisation & Silver-Ion Technology prior to bottling. This ensures your Spring water will never go green when placed in sunlight or under fluorescent lights. Our bottling plant consists of Stainless Steel pumps and piping.

We believe with the technology we utilise our product is one of the purest Spring Waters available in the Australian marketplace.

Our water can be purchased in the following forms:

  • 15L Returnable Bottles
  • 12L and 15L One Way Bottles
  • 11L Bag in a box
  • 1.5L
  • 600ml Bottles 
  • 330ml Sparkling Water
  • 750ml Sparkling Water
  • Waddi Source (Sustainable premium glass range launching mid 2021)