Onga Australia's iconic brand

Onga has been servicing the Australian and New Zealand markets with the highest quality water movement products for over 40 years. Now integrated into the global Pentair group - Onga has access to a global product portfolio, expanding its range significantly to meet the demands of its local customers.

Established in 1967, Onga has a product to meet your every water need. Starting out as a manufacturer of farm pumps, Onga’s extensive range now includes pumps to meet all your water needs; from domestic, farming, agriculture, firefighting, water transfer and submersible applications and remain committed to servicing the Australian Market.

Customers can rely on us for expertise, innovation and sound advice. We remain committed to delivering the very best pump solution with the very best service. From household requirements through to commercial applications - you can be guaranteed that a Onga pump will get the job done.

All products are sold through Urban Water Specialists, Tank Manufacturers, and Onga Pump and Pool shops across Australia and New Zealand.


Fast Facts

  • Pentair Onga currently employs approximately 100 staff across Australia & New Zealand

  • Manufacturing plant 12,000 sq mt at Dandenong South Head Office

  • Sales Offices & Distribution centres in Melbourne, Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Auckland

  • Strong dealer network consisting of in-excess of 300 retail Onga Pump and Pool shops positioned within Metropolitan & Regional cities across Australia and New Zealand

Onga History

  • Onga was established in 1967 in response to the need for locally manufactured products that catered specifically to Australian and New Zealand conditions

  • The Company was privately owned until 1986 when it was purchased by Sta-Rite USA.Sta-Rite was owned by Wicor, part of the Wisconsin Energy Group

  • In August 2004, Pentair Water Technologies acquired WICOR and combined the best of both to create a global US$3 billion business – Pentair Water

  • In October 2012, Pentair and Tyco Flow merged to become an US$8 billion business called Pentair