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Turf & Lawn | Discover Premium Turf For Sale

Your one stop shop for buying, replacing or caring for your lawn in Queensland.

Discover our wide variety of turf & lawn supplies. We have a variety of different types of turf including Sir Walter, Sir Grange, Sapphire Buffalo, TifTuf, Couch Grass and much more. Get all of your lawn supplies and lawn care products from us, our turf & lawn supplies come recommended by Australia’s best turf growers.

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Shop our wide range of instant turf with competitive pricing from quality brands. From laying turf to grass fertilisers, we have what you need to transform your lawn today.

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We have quick dispatch available and local pickup on selected products in Brisbane, ensuring you get you turf supplies when you need them. Skip the wait and start transforming your outdoor space with our premium Turf & Lawn products.

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How Do I Choose The Right Turf For My Lawn?

Choosing the right turf for your lawn depends on several factors, such as your location, climate, soil type, sunlight, foot traffic, water availability, maintenance level, and budget. Different turf varieties have different strengths and weaknesses, so you need to find the one that suits your needs best.

Some of the most popular turf types are:

  • Buffalo Turf: This is a soft, green, and hard-wearing grass that can tolerate shade well. It is also low-maintenance and drought-resistant. Some examples of buffalo turf are Sir Walter, Sapphire Buffalo, and Palmetto Soft Leaf Buffalo.
  • Zoysia Turf: This is a thick, dark green, and low-maintenance grass that can endure heat, humidity, and cold. It is also drought and wear tolerant. Some examples of Zoysia Turf are Empire Zoysia, Sir Grange Zoysia, Augusta Zoysia & Zoysia Australis.
  • TifTuf Turf: This hybrid grass is a cross between Bermuda and Zoysia, and has been bred to be very drought tolerant and water efficient to handle the dry Australian climate. TifTuf grass also has a fine leaf blade and dense growth, which makes it suitable for lawns, sports fields, and parks.
  • Couch Turf: This is a fine, bright green, and carefully manicured grass that can resist wear well. It is also fast-growing and invasive. Some examples of couch turf are Nullarbor Couch and Wintergreen Couch.

Preparing To Lay Turf

Laying turf is a great way to transform your outdoor space into a lush and green lawn. It’s not as hard as you might think, and you can do it yourself with some basic tools and materials.

We recommend you complete the following preparation before delivery:

1. Spray out any existing weeds or grasses.

2. Rotary hoe or spread topsoil to a depth of 100-150mm and remove any stones and lumps of organic matter.

3. Rake and level to an even surface – finished soil level should sit 15-20mm for Couch, TifTuf and Sir Grange grasses and 25mm below top of paths for Sir Walter.

4. Incorporate a Good Quality Top Soil - An important step is ensuring that you have good quality top soil. A good place to start is by incorporating a sandy loam underlay soil. Spread it to a depth of 100-150mm, depending on your site’s soil. We do not provide top soil however, please give our friendly team a call and we will recommend someone to you.

REMINDER: For every 10m² of turf, order 1m³ of top soil.If you’re using organic composts such as manure, ensure it is well composted. Level off your soil with a rake and then compact it by watering the surface. Ensure finished turf sits 75mm below weep holes.

Need more information? Check out our 7 easy steps on how to lay turf today.

New Lawn Aftercare

A new lawn needs careful attention to grow well and stay healthy. For the first couple of weeks, you should keep the soil moist but not soggy, as this will help the turf take root and survive hot and dry weather. After the turf has rooted, you should water it less frequently but more deeply for the next three weeks.

You should also mow your lawn regularly, but not too short. The first mow should happen when the grass reaches 6cm in height, and you should never cut more than 1/3 of the leaf at a time. While the turf is still establishing, you should not mow it below 4cm.

Additionally, you should fertilise your lawn six weeks after laying, and water it thoroughly afterwards. This will provide the turf with the nutrients it needs to grow into a strong and beautiful lawn.

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Whether you’re a landscape company, a landscape designer, or a homeowner aiming to transform your outdoor space, rest assured that we have the products and knowledge to solve your landscaping needs.