Since 1994, the team at Aussie Gold Natural Spring Water has been bottling and shipping great-tasting natural spring water to customers in the Central Queensland region. Based in Yeppoon, we work with residential clients, office workers, as well as mining and industrial clients – delivering affordable, high-quality spring water.
We’re HACCP-accredited, and you can rest assured we always ensure our product is of the very highest quality. Additionally, we exceed FSANZ (Food Standards Australia New Zealand) requirements for water quality testing, always striving to continually implement global best practices.
Learn more about our spring water here and browse through our blog for further information. We also offer boutique bottled water with the option for personalised labels—which is great for marketing, promotions and unique gifts!
Ready to make an order? Call us on (07) 4939 3946 for a free quote!
We’re a proudly local, family-owned company servicing the entire Central Queensland region. The legacy of original owner-operator Trevor Luck now continues – with his daughter Janette serving as Managing Director, son David as Operations Manager, and son-in-law Justin as General Manager.
At Aussie Gold Natural Spring Water, we specialise in the bulk delivery of 15L and 19L bottles of water. These are perfectly suited to business, construction, and mining operations.
Our drivers currently deliver to the majority of Central Queensland, covering an area of nearly 200,000 square kilometres.
With dedicated routes supplying the mining industry and major projects within our state, we’re well-known for our quick and easy online ordering, as well as reliability and promptness.
Got a quick question about natural spring water? Here are five of Aussie Gold’s most frequently asked questions – and our answers to them.
Bottled spring water contains significantly fewer chemicals and pollutants than tap water. The water from our taps most often comes from surface-dwelling bodies of water like rivers or lakes, which are more at risk of pollution. Therefore, chemicals such as chlorine are added to purify it for drinking. Tap water is also delivered to your home by pipes that can be unsanitary, with traces of lead and unhealthy bacteria. Spring water, in contrast, flows in volcanic rock deep underground; exposed only to natural, enriching minerals. The bottling process ensures the water remains pure and sanitary and retains its wonderful, crisp, clean taste.
Our water is drawn from an aquifer located on our family property. An aquifer is pure-flowing natural spring water located underground. This kind of water is never exposed to air and surface pollutants, instead being filtered for millions of years through mineral-rich volcanic rock. Before we bottle it, our natural spring water can be found flowing deep beneath Mount Barmoya, on the coast of Central Queensland. Bottling is done entirely by Aussie Gold. We apply a simple process of storage settlement, filtration and ultra-violet light purification to the water. The filtering allows any sediments or bacteria from the aquifer to be safely removed.
No fluoride is added to Aussie Gold Natural Spring Water. It is not unusual for naturally occurring fluoride to be found in spring water from different parts of Australia. However, a typical analysis of our water doesn’t detect any fluoride.
HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points – a global system of assessing food safety. Currently, there is no official regulation of bottled spring water in Australia. Aussie Gold is therefore committed to annual HACCP certification, ensuring the highest standard of safety for our natural spring water. Each year, we undergo an audit of our bottling and distribution processes. Our water is tested every fortnight, in keeping with the HACCP certification requirements. This actually exceeds the water testing recommended by the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), making Aussie Gold Natural Spring Water among the safest bottled water in Australia.
The amount of water our bodies need daily depends on our age, sex and activity level. Australian health guidelines suggest around 10 cups a day for men (approximately two litres) and 8 for women (approximately one to two litres). Children need four cups, and teenagers six to eight cups. Women need more water if they are pregnant or breastfeeding. With our bodies being 50 to 80 percent water, it is essential to stay hydrated. Water regulates our body temperature and carries oxygen and nutrients to our cells. It also flushes out impurities, cushions our important organs, and helps convert food into energy.