The digital issue of SPLASH! 114 is out now. Among the many features it includes stories on the appeal of ponds and water features, a review of the SPASA leadership conference, and a look at an international-award winning resort in Byron Bay, together with all the latest news and most exciting new products.
The appeal of ponds and water features
Izzy Grace looks at the allure of water, and how ponds and water features are bringing calm and joy into residential backyards, and enlivening public spaces.
Industry hones leadership skills
The inaugural SPASA Leadership Convention treated members and guests to an engaging day of discussions on the challenges that face industry businesses.
Aquatic focus for an elemental resort
This stunning pool at a beautiful Byron Bay five star resort provides not only swimming options for all, but a place for the tribe to gather after a day of exploration.
SPASA National Award Winners
The awards were presented at the gala evening on Sydney Harbour, with the Pool of the Year going to Western Australian builder Quality Dolphin Pools.
Demand supply management of electricity
Cal Stanley discusses the issue of demand-side management of residential power supply and concerns relating to the forced shutting down of consumers’ pool pumps.
Ensuring good water quality in splash parks
In the last of our three-part series, we talk to Victorian builder Aloha Pools’ Nathan Kinder about their experiences in ensuring great water quality in the challenging world of splash parks.
Australia’s largest heat pump installation
Evo Energy Technologies has recently completed the largest heat pump installation in Australia – a massive 3610kW project at Dreamworld’s WhiteWater World.