Case Study from FenceWright
When widespread bushfires swept across ‘Culburra Downs’ near Waroona (WA), causing nearly $500,000 in damage to fencing and other infrastructure, owner Mick Muir sought an alternative fencing product to better protect his pastures.
From studying architecture to specialising in urban design was a natural progression for Mary Anne McGirr.
For most Australians, road noise is one of the most significant neighbourhood noise issues.
Project: Spavin and Riddell Residential Estates Location: Sunbury, Victoria
South West producers Tim and Jo Caskey are already reaping the benefits of the ‘Cogoon Cluster’ exclusion fence, with 3,200 hectares (7,900 acres) of land on their mixed enterprise re-opened for use in grazing goats.
Building Case Study from Big River Group
The strategic construction of an exclusion fence has allowed a southern Queensland sheep producer to reclaim parts of his property from wild dogs and return it to productive and profitable sheep grazing land.