Sale Water Tanks
Heritage Water Tanks proudly supplies premium quality steel water tanks for residential and commercial markets in the Gippsland region. We offer domestic and rural tanks in sizes ranging from 55,oooL to 375,000L. As part of our quality promise, we offer a 20-year Pro-Rata Warranty on all of our water tanks.
Sale had an estimated urban population of 14,716 at June 2015 and has seen much development and redevelopment in the past decade, one example being the multimillion-dollar redevelopment of the city’s Port of Sale.
With the growth of shipping on the local waterways and the Gippsland Lakes (and the establishment of a railhead at Sale in 1879) schemes emerged to develop Sale as a port. The construction of the Sale Canal (complete with turning circle) duly commenced in the 1880s, thereby linking the town via the Thomson River and the Gippsland Lakes to the open sea. It was completed in 1890. Other elements were the Sale Swing Bridge, completed in 1883, a high wharf, and a launching ramp which still exists in the heart of the city. Sale became a town in 1924 and a city in 1950. In World War II, the West Sale RAAF base was the landing site of 2 Japanese Mitsubishi Zeros.
Sale has a moderate oceanic climate made up of warm summers, mild autumns and springs and cool winters. Sale records 595.9 mm (23.4 in) of measurable precipitation per year, making it drier than the nearby state capital, Melbourne. The wettest month is November whilst the driest is July. At 54.8 days, it gets more clear days than Melbourne (48 days).