Water is one of the biggest operating costs but often least understood. Good irrigation design can save thousands of dollars in running costs, as well as substantially increase yields and quality. Having designed hundreds of systems for viticultural, horticultural and broad acre applications, HydroPlan have a huge knowledge base which is used to find individual solutions for every project.
Cockatoo Sands - Ord River Scheme
HydroPlan was engaged by the Western Australian Department of Agriculture in 2008 to prepare a preliminary capital cost estimate to construct the supply infrastructure for a large scale pressurised irrigation...more
Red Flag Turf Farm, Tianjin, China
Having designed and supervised construction of irrigation and water supply systems for China's largest commercial turf farm, HydroPlan developed operation manuals and signage for the operators. Translat...more
Wine Industry Supplies
A new irrigation system was required for a 230 Hectare vineyard near Bordertown, South Australia. A dual system (frost control and drip irrigation) for the Chardonnay variety was required, with drip irrigatio...more
Fords Creek Vineyard, Mudgee
This project covered 205ha and involved automatic transfer of water on demand from the river to the vineyard. This project also involved design of the vineyard pumping and filtration system, and drip irriga...more
Narromine Stock & Domestic Pipeline
The Narromine Irrigation District is being modernised under an agreement between the landholders, the NSW Government, and the Federal Government. The area serviced by channels has been drastically reduced so ...more
Bunyip Water - GWRS
There are many reasons why Bunyip Water and the Gawler Water Reuse Scheme has attracted a lot of positive attention. This $22m project harvests stormwater from the Gawler River north of Adelaide and delivers ...more
The IHS (Integrated Horticultural Supply) project involves replacement of channels with pipes i...