Quench Bench

Quench Bench

The SA Water Quench Bench SA Water's Quench Bench is one of the simplest ways of offering drinking water at your community event and it's free of charge.

The Quench Bench is a portable trailer fitted with troughs, taps and bubblers. It connects to a mains water supply to deliver drinking water. It is available for outdoor community events expecting more than 1000 attendees.

How to book the SA Water Quench Bench

To apply for the SA Water Quench Bench, complete and return this application form [PDF, 183 kB]. You must lodge your application at least three weeks before the event.

Important things to know

To be able to use The Quench Bench, your event site requires:

  • a flat site for its location – the Quench Bench dimensions are 5m (length) x 3m (height) x 2.5m (width)
  • a drive-through site, as the trailer can't be reversed or moved by hand
  • access to a Department of Health compliant drinking water connection point within five metres.

One of our technical staff members will come and assess your site approximately 10 days before your event.

If the site is not suitable, SA Water may not be able to set up the Quench Bench.

Contact us for further information:

Email – sponsorships@sawater.com.au

Phone – (08) 7424 2223


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    During recent planned maintenance in the area, some existing sediment in the local water supply network has been stirred up, resulting in the discoloured water.

    We are working hard to resolve the issue, and we are flushing out the discoloured water. Given the size of the water network in the area, this may take some time. At this stage, we are hoping water supply will return to normal by Friday afternoon.

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