Supplying bulk water to mine sites and communities


Aquapax fulfills a crucial role in the Australian mining and construction industry by providing bulk potable water in water casks that make drinking water safer, longer lasting, and of better quality.

Client: Aquapax Australia

Website: www.aquapax.com.au

Category: Portable Bulk Water Supplier

Service: WordPress Website Design

The Aquapax Australia team desperately needed a website refresh, with a full overhaul of their branding required. We brought the site up to scratch and now it reflects the great service they provide to their esteemed client base.


Our Task

The Aquapax team desperately required a rebrand of their website and logo.

We set them up with an intuitive WordPress website that showcases their products and services with a clear navigational hierarchy.

We set the backend up in a way that is easy for the client to update as new resources and products become available.

This means not only did they end up with a brilliant new website that is significantly more search engine-friendly, but it also means they’ve reduced their on-going website costs by doing some of the content uploads by themselves in-house.


Getting the Aquapax website up and running required liaising with a number of other providers such as designers and animators in order to get the best possible outcome for the client.

After two meetings and a small number of virtual catch-ups, we were able to meet the client’s tight deadline.


We set them up with a number of different product pages which they can now easily track engagement on. Before they were not able to tell what products clients were looking at the most.

Additionally, they can now easily track conversions such as email enquiries or even if a prospective client has downloaded their capability statement or other lead magnets.


After a short 4 week development cycle we took the website live and gave the client the power make updates themselves. 

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