Waratah and Ecological Horizons director Dr John Read worked together to build an Australian Made 14km exclusion fence to keep feral cats, foxes, rabbits, goats and kangaroos out of the Mallee refuge.
Wire and steel fence posts are proving to be the economic backbone for Central Western Queensland, creating employment and manufacturing opportunities, and stabilising population decline.
Artificial fuels such as fences can influence a house destruction, according to University of Wollongong research to help better assess house fire risk ahead of bushfire season.
Say goodbye to that gap in the fence that the neighbours can see through.
Mortimer Street COLORBOND® steel Fencing Project by PH Fencing in Mudgee, NSW.
Chamberlain COLORBOND® steel Fencing Project by Amazing Fencing QLD in Holland Park, QLD.
Darlington feature walls project by AM Stonework in Darlington, WA.
Wilbertree Road Project by PH Fencing in Mudgee, NSW.
COLORBOND® with timber posts project by Darren Skewis Fencing in Mount Tamborine, QLD.
The Fox Fence by Walters Fencing in Kootingal, New South Wales.