Excavators, Hitachi, Landscaping industry, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, Updates
Excavators, Loaders, Mini loaders, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, UHI, Updates
“In the last eight or nine years, I think I’ve bought 40 Hitachis,” said Craig Henson, the down-to-earth, no-nonsense owner of Pryme Earthworks. “We’ve got everything from a little 1.7-tonne 33U up to a 135 Hitachi, and I don’t ever have any issues.” Read More
Loaders, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, Updates
The change away from internal combustion engines to electric power is happening fast, not only Australia, but all around the world. And why wouldn’t it? Read More
Commercial mowers, Mowers, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, Ride-on mowers, Updates
Wacker Neuson has some exciting new products. National Product Manager Greg Monk talked Landscape Contractor Magazine through three of Wacker Neuson’s ground-breaking machines.Read More
Government, Landscaping industry, State government
Hustler Mowers’ FasTrak SDX series is ideal for business owners who demand more from their zero turns. It delivers commercial-grade power and performance, perfect for the daily hustle. Read More
Business, Landscaping industry
The NSW Government is investing $10.6 million to fast-track a new infrastructure project at Parramatta, to support around 3600 new homes. Read More
If you’re facing cash-flow challenges and are worried about how you’re going to pay for your insurance, premium funding may be able to help.
Mowers, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, Updates
This large, trade-focused, and informative Landscape Expo will be held at TAFE NSW, Ryde Campus – Horticulture Faculty, on Wednesday, 6 September 2023 from 8am-3pm.Read More
Architecture, Business, Design, Government, Landscaping industry, Updates
EGO claims its Z6 zero turn ‘drives like a car’.
That’s a big call, but Landscape Contractor Magazine
has to say, it’s a fair call. The Z6 not only drives nicely, it’s super comfortable and a pleasure to use.
John Deere, Landscaping industry, Mowers, skid steers and landscape machinery, Updates
First Nations-led and Sydney-based design team AKIN’s vision for the park features nature play for all ages and abilities, an event lawn for hosting community and cultural events with up to 6000 people, public art installations, winding pathways to explore, extensive native planting and interactive water features.
In its 2022 Sustainability Report, John Deere highlighted several key initiatives the company is undertaking to reduce CO2 emissions. One of the primary ways John Deere is addressing this issue is by improving the engine efficiency of its machines.