Cape Grim bottled water is the only bottled rain water in the world, clean enough to be approved by the Health Departments of the USA, EU, Australia and Japan. Cape Grim, Tasmania, Australia is identified by the Australian Government’s Scientific & Research Organisation (CSIRO), as having the cleanest air on Earth.

From the cleanest air comes the purest “bottled water”. To ensure the purest water quality, the rain water is only harvested on days of the absolute highest air quality.

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  • Cape Grim Sparkling Water 750mL (12 bottle case)
    $59.88

    You wouldn’t want to live there, but the rain water is worth bottling. At Cape Grim it rains on average 187 days a year and it’s cold. Even native animals don’t like it, so there are very few of them!

    The Cape Grim Water Company estate is comprised of 197 hectares of barren rock and scrub. The nearest land mass on latitude 40 degrees South is South America, 16,000 km away. The wind and rain known as the ‘Roaring 40’s’, travel this vast distance without passing over any land mass at all. They arrive at Tasmania in a virgin state.

    Apart from the Water collection facility, the only building is the CSIRO Bureau of Meteorology weather station which monitors the Antarctic winds, rain and air that flow onto Cape Grim. Stanley, a small seaside historic township of approx 2500 people is about 85 kilometers away and home to the employees of Cape Grim.

  • Cape Grim Still Water 750mL (12 bottle case)
    $59.88

    You wouldn’t want to live there, but the rain water is worth bottling. At Cape Grim it rains on average 187 days a year and it’s cold. Even native animals don’t like it, so there are very few of them!

    The Cape Grim Water Company estate is comprised of 197 hectares of barren rock and scrub. The nearest land mass on latitude 40 degrees South is South America, 16,000 km away. The wind and rain known as the ‘Roaring 40’s’, travel this vast distance without passing over any land mass at all. They arrive at Tasmania in a virgin state.

    Apart from the Water collection facility, the only building is the CSIRO Bureau of Meteorology weather station which monitors the Antarctic winds, rain and air that flow onto Cape Grim. Stanley, a small seaside historic township of approx 2500 people is about 85 kilometers away and home to the employees of Cape Grim.