acreage mowing

  • Equipment
    Zero turn 61inch, over 5 foot wide cut
    Ride on 52 inch, over 4 foot wide cut
    Wood chipper
    Commercial Rayco wood Chipper 6inch
    Quad bike
    4x4 700cc Yamaha Grizzly
    Chainsaws
    Various sizes from small to large Husqvarna
    Brush cutters
    2 x Husqvarna
    Blowers
    2 x Shindaiwa
    Trailers
    10x6 tandem cage  8x5 tandem  6x4 single axle cage

  • Affordable acreage mowing and wood chipping provides garden maintenance services in the listed areas of the Sunshine Coast. Whether you’re looking to set up a long term arrangement for regular maintenance to look after your gardens or just need the garden attended to for a one off job that allows you to enjoy your garden. Affordable acreage mowing has your needs covered. Discover how we can help you make your garden look the best it possibly can.

    • Overgrown Clean Ups  
    • Weed Removal
    • Weed control/spraying
    • Pruning/Hedging
    • Mulching of garden beds
    • Small Landscaping
    • Rental Clean Up
    • Garden Refurbishments
    • Chainsaw work
    • Brush-cutter work
    • Small Trees removed
    • Tree pruning up to 6 meters
  •  Lawn

    The front lawn is an icon.

    It is a monoculture; a form that does not exist anywhere in nature. The lawn was developed in Britain in the 1800s, and became a statement of the upper class, indicating one had enough wealth to grow for beauty rather than food production. When wealthy Americans traveled to Europe in the early 1900s they saw these vast, “flawless” green areas and wanted to recreate them back home. Replicating the lawn in North America turned out to be more daunting than expected, as there were no native grasses that would fit the bill.

    The U.S. Golf Association then set out to find grasses in Africa and Europe that would thrive here. Shortly after they established their desired grass mix the lawnmower was invented, followed by the invention of the combustion engine. It became a social requirement to grow a monoculture instead of food on one’s property for the first time in history when the American Garden Club stepped in and stated: “it is a citizen’s civic duty to grow a green front lawn”. Fast forward to the present, and North Americans currently spend over $30 billion a year maintaining a false ‘civic duty’, while much of our food is imported from out-of-country, at our expense.

    The History of the Lawn Mower