Just about every landscape job begins with a site being cleared, excavated, earth being moved, removed or sculpted, laying a foundation for every other step in the landscaping process.
Our talented equipment operators are among the best in South Australia and are well prepared for clearing sites, digging trenches and sculpting creative landscapes. Digging holes for retaining wall supports, swimming pools and spas is no challenge for our guys, however doing any kind of excavations work without damaging underground cables and pipes needs careful planning and consideration.
Earthmoving and excavation is at the heart of the work we do every day, in fact, so much so, that we supply equipment, machinery, operators and advisory services to other professionals within the landscape design and earthmoving industry every day.
D.I.Y or Full Service
As our own landscape business has grown, we needed more machines, however a lot of the equipment we were purchasing was expensive and under utilised, so we started to hire our equipment out for D.I.Y projects and to other businesses working in the landscape and earthmoving industry.
The numbers of machines we now have in out fleet is significant and although on any given day, the Worx Landscaping business is usually the biggest customer of our hire fleet, we have plenty of capacity for D.I.Y landscape projects and trades people at any given time.
The Kind of Work We Do
Our experience is diverse and as previously mentioned, we employ some of the best machinery operators in SA. The following is a list of some of the services we offer and the work that we do.
This leaves us with just one burning question, being; Would you like to hire your earthmoving equipment with or without an operator?
Visit or Contact Us Today
Please use the contact number or form on this page to make an enquiry.
Visit our Display Centre during business hours (7.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday).
A location map has been included on this page for our Display Centre, which is located at 29 Campania Rd, Kudla SA 5115 (Just before you get to the Gawler Bypass).