Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, and water is a scarce resource in many places. In a large number of rural Australian communities, people are forced to drink unfiltered groundwater or rainwater collected in tanks, which can become unclean. Atmospheric water extraction has long been understood as a useful method of collecting water in places where supply is limited. Working with local actors, Peace Train has piloted a Solar Hydropoint system at Walhallow Village - assisting directly the indigenous Australian community. An especially innovative solution for a community with limited access to drinking water.