First established in 1991, Cooroy Mountain's spring water derives from a natural spring that has flowed for more than 70 years on the third generation family property where the private company is located.
An average of 942,000 of rain falls on Cooroy Mountain each year. The mountain is chiefly made of a rock called Mangerite, which contains 80% Feldspar. In laymen's terms, the water seeps through solid rock, at a rate of approximately 6 foot every year, resulting in a water of rare purity. Finally the water is stored in a natural aquifer at the base of the mountain. From there it is gravity fed to the bottling plant.
Before being bottled, however, the spring water passes through a 0.2 micron absolute membrane filter to remove any possibility of bacteria. The water is Ozone free.