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Retaining Wall – Water Tanks

Retaining Wall – Water Tanks

Retaining Wall – Water Tanks that look this good! It seems hard to believe but all these lovely images of retaining walls and front fences shown here and in our gallery are actually the stunning Landscape Tanks which store valuable rain water.

It may be time for you to ditch your plans for those boring old retaining walls or front fence and add that WOW factor to your home. Lots of people are doing it already and it may cost much less than you think often being cheaper than alternatives.

Our Landscape Water Tanks are made from high grade concrete (50mpa) and provide a fantastic alternative to traditional retaining walls, front fences and water tanks. No longer do you have to hide your water tanks out of sight but you can now show them off.  More images under products gallery http://www.landscapetanks.com.au/product/retaining-walls/

Landscape Tanks when used as a Retaining Wall – Water Tank combination are often  more than cost effective when compared to other types of very average looking, retaining walls but the difference is that they look amazing and will last for well over 100+ years. People all around Australia  are embracing this exciting patented  product.

They are very easy to install and do not require any footings and may be placed straight on a firm level base for great savings. Whilst we focus here on retaining walls they also make fantastic front fences, pool surrounds and on site detention systems.

The  Landscape Tanks also come standard with a planter top has many uses (apart from growing plants) including water features, outdoor kitchens, decking and even spectacular light shows all at the same time, while still being used for your retaining wall or front fence.

Product sizing and capacities also available at our technical specifications page


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Melbourne 0414 308 123
Sydney & Brisbane 0407 200 497

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For all your rain water harvesting questions visit:

Melbourne: melbournewater.com.au
Sydney: NSW Government, sydneywater.com.au
Brisbane: QLD Government