Transportable Bulk Water Solutions Australia

Promotions & Sponsorship - Aquapax Australia & The Local Community

Aquapax Australia Pty Ltd actively seeks out sporting teams and major events in its distribution areas to provide both cash and / or product sponsorship packages.

Aquapax Australia unashamedly seeks to associate itself with a wide cross-section of different sports teams, sporting events and other major events who promote health and fitness in their distribution areas.

Aquapax Australia Supports the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland

Aquapax Australia proudly supports all fundraising and charity events organised by the Cairns Branch of The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland. Just some of the annual events that we support include:

  • IGA Race Day
  • IGA FNQ Car Rally
  • Port Douglas Carnivale - Food & Wine Festival + The Longest Lunch
  • Leukaemia Charity Golf Day
  • Light The Night - Fogarty Park
  • The Cairns Christmas Craft Fair

Aquapax Australia directly donates $10 from the sale of every 1,000 Litre Transportable Aquapax to the Cairns Branch of the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland.

Aquapax Australia takes its local corporate responsibility very seriously and always makes a conscious effort to ensure that every support is given to the Leukaemia Foundation when it is required. Aquapax Australia is extremely proud to be directly associated with a well organized charity such as the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland and is equally proud to be assisting them with their fantastic work in raising much needed funds which will aid Leukaemia Sufferers from all over Queensland.

Aquapax Australia Supports the Crocodile Trophy

Aquapax Australia Supports the Crocodile Trophy

Aquapax Australia is proud to support Far North Queensland's only truly international annual sporting event, The Crocodile Trophy.

A legend in cycling's European heartland, The Crocodile Trophy is respected as the world's longest, hottest and hardest mountainbike adventure race.

Over ten days of racing, competitors including World and Olympic champions tackle a course which begins in the tropical oasis of Cairns, before venturing via the Tropical Tableland into the vast outback near Chillagoe. The race then ventures north towards the mythical Quinkan country of Laura before once again reaching the coast at Cooktown. The Crocodile Trophy finishes where the rainforest meets the reef, on the beach at Cape Tribulation.

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In 2009 The Crocodile Trophy hosted mountainbiking's elder statesman, former World and Olympic Champion Bart Brentjens, who finished second to Swiss mountainbiker Urs Huber. Who will it be in 2010? Will Brentjens claim the title he so eagerly cherishes or will an unheralded Australian break through, following in the footsteps of Cairns local Adam Hansen who now rides the roads of Europe?

Aquapax Australia will be there again in 2010, ensuring the gladiators of the Crocodile Trophy are well hydrated and performing at their peak!


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