Standpipes and approved potable water filling locations

Domestic and general water carriers can hire a metered standpipe to access our water network.

You can apply

Online:

By application:

Bond

You will need to pay a bond of $1,900.00 before you can collect your metered standpipe. After we process your application, we will send you a notice of fees so you can pay the bond. Subject to credit checks and approvals, you may need to pay extra fees or bond before you can collect your metered standpipe.

Bulk water metered standpipe users

Domestic water carriers

Potable water carriers delivering water to residential properties must:

  • hold an Australian Business Number (ABN)
  • act within the terms and conditions of the approval
  • hold a current food business licence, health inspection certificate and air-gap backflow certificate for their vessel.

Water carriers in general

Potable water carriers for other uses apart from domestic use must:

  • hold an Australian Business Number (ABN)
  • act within the terms and conditions of the approval
  • hold a current air-gap backflow certificate for their vessel
  • have a current certificate for the double-check valve being used
  • test all backflow devices and double-check valves every 12 months and provide us with a certificate of currency.

Returning a standpipe

To arrange a time to return a metered standpipe please call us on 07 3412 3412.

Lost, damaged or stolen standpipes

  • If a metered standpipe is damaged, please call us on 07 3412 3412.
  • If a standpipe is lost or stolen, you must report it to the police. After you report it to the police, please send an email with the crime report number to council@logan.qld.gov.au.

Readings and issuing of account

Metered standpipe users need to supply monthly meter readings. Each month we will send customers an invoice for the water dispensed.

Failure to provide a reading for a metered standpipe may result in an additional fee. For more information, please download the Approval for supply of potable water through a metered standpipe application (PDF 226 KB).

Approved potable water fill points

There are 33 hydrant fill points in Logan that you can access with a metered standpipe.

You can find a list of authorised hydrant fill points in the table below or download our Water hydrant filling points map (PDF 5.2 MB)

Code

Location

Address

01

Yarrabilba

Corner of Shaw Street and Wongawallan Drive

02

Park Ridge

3812-3818 Mount Lindesay Highway (in front of the SES depot)

03

Jimboomba

1-23 Cerina Circuit (at edge of Cerina Park opposite 4-6 Cerina Circuit)

04

Jimboomba

21-29 Millstream Road (opposite Kurrajong Road)

05

Logan Village

2-30 Logan Street (opposite 5-9 Logan Street)

06

Jimboomba

133-141 Carrum Road (at the intersection with Stockleigh Road)

07

Greenbank

117-123 Pub Lane (adjacent to the water pump station site) - only to be used between the hours of 6am to 10pm

08

North Maclean

172-180 Teviot Road (at the corner of Greenbank Road)

09

Jimboomba

Corner of Mount Lindesay Highway and Tamborine Street (adjacent to Shell Service Station at 2-4 Tamborine Street)

10

Logan Village

647-669 Camp Cable Road (at corner of Travis Road and opposite 2-22 Travis Road)

11

Beenleigh

78 Wuraga Road (in front of Wuraga Reservoir)

12

Waterford

Larry Street Park - 2A Albert Street (adjacent to Fitzy's Waterford hotel)

13

Daisy Hill

3488-3502 Pacific Highway

14

Flagstone

Teviot Road near Glynton Road (turn into Glynton Road, then into Teviot Road) - Follow signage

15

Logan Village

Between Lot 8 & 9 Industrial Avenue - Only to be used between the hours of 5:30pm and 5am

16

Cornubia

237-287 California Creek Road (opposite 258-264 California Creek Road)

17

Berrinba

50-56 Kellar Street (located on Wayne Gross Drive, approximately 50m north off the corner of Kellar Street)

18

Hillcrest

2-14 Elliot Court (at corner of 46-52 Johnson Road)

19

South Maclean

5161-5249 Mount Lindesay Highway (on the service road, 180m south from Hinds Road)

20

Waterford

188-240 Dairy Creek Road (just east from the Jarvis Road T-intersection)

21

Underwood

17-19 Perrin Drive

22

Loganholme

28-46 Burchill Street (between Emma Place and RIverland Drive)

23

Woodhill

2-16 Bedelia Drive, Woodhill (on Mahoney Road, approximately 80m east off the corner of Bedelia Drive)

24

Berrinba

3-7 Siltstone Place

25

Eagleby

204 Riverhills Road

26

Logan Reserve

Opposite 20 School Road (Cnr 484 Chambers Flat Road)

27

Holmview

Teys Road (200m north of Pepper Tree Drive - near pump station

28

Yarrabilba

McKinnon Drive (see signed location)

29

Flagstone

To be advised

30

Jimboomba

Cusack Lane (approx. 600m from St Jude Circuit before the bridge, entrance approx. 190m before the bridge)

31

Beenleigh

Zander Street (close to railway bridge)

32

Bannockburn

17 Bannockburn Road (see signage on site)

33

Yarrabilba

McKenny Boulevard (end of Yarrabilba Drive, left into Expedition Drive, left into McKenny Boulevard just past Neumann Drive - see Authorised Hydrant Fill Point sign on site)

How to use an authorised hydrant fill point

  1. The hydrant has two lugs facing opposite directions.
  2. Lift the lid and clean any dirt from around the lugs and mushroom hydrant outlet.
  3. The hydrant outlet is now ready.
  4. Before attaching the standpipe to the hydrant, wind the spindle up (anti-clockwise) as far as you can. Check that the base nut sealing washer is fitted, and screw the base nut lugs right down (clockwise). You are now ready to attach the standpipe to the hydrant.
  5. Place the standpipe base nut and lugs down onto the hydrant. Engage the standpipe lugs under the hydrant lugs, then, holding the standpipe by both handles, turn the standpipe (clockwise) until firmly fastened. Do not over tighten. Do not use any extension pipes on the standpipe handles. Do not use other tools to attach or remove the standpipe.
  6. If required, attach equipment to the standpipe before turning it on.
  7. Turn the spindle clockwise until water starts to flow. Do not wind the spindle all the way down as this could result in the standpipe not shutting down properly. About 30mm down provides maximum flow.
  8. When finished, turn the spindle (anti-clockwise) until the water flow stops. If any devices are attached to the standpipe outlet, release the pressure first before removing the standpipe.
  9. Turn the entire standpipe (anti-clockwise) until the lugs become loose and the standpipe can be lifted out.
  10. Make sure to put the hydrant lid back on before you leave.