When you want to water without spending too long in the garden, just think sprinklers. Whether your garden is small or big, there’s a sprinkler setup to suit. You can even pair it with a tap timer to automatically switch off when done.

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How to select your sprinkler

Ready to pick your sprinkler? Begin by choosing an oscillating, rotating or impact spray pattern.
Oscillating
  • Waters widely and quickly
  • Adjustable spray pattern
  • Ideal for rectangular lawns for even coverage
Rotating
  • Dispense water in a full circle
  • Suitable for delicate flowers
  • Very common and easy to use
  • Can feature several arms/heads
Impact
  • High flow rate
  • Adjustable spray pattern
  • Powerful jet enables it to work when windy
Diffused
  • Spinner rotates in the middle
  • Provide uniform coverage
  • Relatively large droplets
  • Suitable for veggies and flowers

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Up to a 5 year warranty
Strong and durable construction
Suit small - large gardens
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Choosing the right sprinkler

It’s easier than you might think! Start by considering the size and shape of your lawn. Use this as a watering area size guide:

<12m diameter
12m-22m diameter
>22m diameter
Partner Sprinkler
Partner Sprinkler
Partner up with this metal sprinkler, ideal for medium sized gardens and reaches up to 10m diameter with full circle coverage.
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Square Sprinkler
Square Sprinkler
This square metal sprinkler applies perfect medium pressure and a well diffused spray, ideal for square lawns.
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Rotoframe Sprinkler
Rotoframe Sprinkler
A low pressure sprinkler head that also offers larger water droplets. This makes it perfect for watering in windy areas or in areas that need a large amount of water quickly.
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Vari Arc
Vari Arc
Versatile lawn sprinkler with adjustable arc from 0° to 360°. Join multiple sprinklers to create a custom above ground sprinkler system.
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Canberra Click & Go Sprinkler
Canberra Click & Go Sprinkler
3 arm Click and Go head with brass metal base delivers even throw suitable for small to medium gardens.
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Squarewave
Squarewave
Throws a square pattern instead of a traditional circle pattern. This will suit small to medium sized gardens and will run off low pressure.
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Plastic 3 Arm
Plastic 3 Arm
The 3 arm head delivers a throw suitable for small to medium gardens. The spray pattern is impressive to look at but also offers effective coverage.
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Plastic Impact On Spike
Plastic Impact On Spike
Adjustable arc with up to full coverage, an easy dial and flow through stake enables multiple sprinklers joined to system.
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Rainmaker
Rainmaker
A home favourite, featuring an oscillating spray pattern with a slow rotation mechanism and sled base design for sliding through grass.
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Metal Impact
Metal Impact
The durable impact push in spike provides stability, whilst allowing for movability to suit your gardens requirements.
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Rain Tower Sprinkler
Rain Tower Sprinkler
Make an impact with the Rain tower – ideal for large areas, covering up to 24m diameter, with adjustable height and impact! Set and forget!
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Water Tractor
Water Tractor
The adjustable speed and coverage sprinkler moves by itself travelling along the hose with automatic shut off when reaches the ramp.
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Low water pressure?

If you have low water pressure, try the Bobbler Head or Rotoframe Head from the Click & Go collection.

  • Recommended for low pressure areas (as low as 20kPa)
  • Larger droplets for windy conditions
  • Suitable for delicate plants such as flower beds or vegetable gardens

Daisy chain connectivity

Multiple sprinklers can be joined to increase coverage distance. Look for Flow through connection feature on the sprinklers to join multiple sprinklers.

Daisy chain connectivity

How long should I water my lawn for?

It is ideal to water lawns about one inch of water per week. To determine how long you need to water to get one inch, place a plastic container in your garden and set a timer. On average, it will take 30 minutes to get a half inch of water.

So, 20 minutes, three times per week will give a lawn about an inch of water. This formula works best with healthy, well-cultivated soil. Healthy soil provides excellent drainage while also providing just the right amount of water retention at the root zone, where grass needs it most. Poor soil with inadequate drainage will cause soil to become waterlogged, while soil devoid of organic matter will cause water to drain, leaving soil unnecessarily dry.

Pope Tip

Pope Tip

Pair your sprinkler with a tap timer so you’ll never forget to turn it off!

Handy hints

Popular sprinklers

Partner Sprinkler
Partner Sprinkler

Partner up with this metal sprinkler, ideal for medium sized gardens and reaches up to 10m diameter with full circle coverage.

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Rainmaker
Rainmaker

A home favourite, featuring an oscillating spray pattern with a slow rotation mechanism and sled base design for sliding through grass.

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Canberra Click & Go Sprinkler
Canberra Click & Go Sprinkler

3 arm Click and Go head with brass metal base delivers even throw suitable for small to medium gardens.

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Metal Impact
Metal Impact

The durable impact push in spike provides stability, whilst allowing for movability to suit your gardens requirements.

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Square Sprinkler
Square Sprinkler

This square metal sprinkler applies perfect medium pressure and a well diffused spray, ideal for square lawns.

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