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Landscape Supplies Near Hawthorne

Landscape Supplies near Hawthorne

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Looking for landscape supplies near Hawthorne? We’re your local Landscaping Suppliers based in the heart of Tarragindi! We’re the go-to supplier for all Landscapers and domestic supply customers in Hawthorne. Need a quick quote for delivery in Hawthonre or to pick up Landscape Supplies in our drive through yard calls us today on (07) 3848 1682.

We’re near Hawthorne just a 17min drive or 9.6km. Click here for directions.

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  • Garden soil
  • Organic soil
  • Underturf soil
  • Enriched top soil
  • Potting mix
  • Bedding sand
  • Crusher dust
  • Aggregates
  • River rock
  • Tea tree mulch
  • Sugar cane mulch
  • Pea straw mulch
  • Lucerne mulch/feeder mulch
  • Cypress mulch
  • Soft fall mulch/pine bark mulch 5-10mm
  • Hoop pine mulch
  • Forest mulch
  • Soil improver
  • Concrete blend
  • Cement & premixed concrete
  • Road base
  • Silt barriers
  • Silt socks
  • Sand pit sand / play sand
  • Pine sleepers
  • Concrete sleepers
  • Weedmat
  • Sir Walter dna turf
  • TifTuf turf
  • Sir Grange turf
  • Nullarbor couch turf
  • Pine Sleepers
  • Hardwood Sleepers

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Hawthorne Suburb Profile

Hawthorne, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, located just 6.5 kilometers east of the city’s CBD, is a charming blend of historic roots and modern suburbia with a population of 4,989 as of the 2016 census. Originally a farming district in the 1860s, Hawthorne evolved into a vibrant residential area, boosted by the establishment of ferry and tram services. Its name, possibly derived from the hawthorne bushes planted by early settler William Baynes, or after Hawthorn in Melbourne, reflects its rich history. The suburb is home to Lourdes Hill College, a renowned Catholic secondary school for girls, and features the iconic Hawthorne Cinema, a classic theatre with one of Brisbane’s largest screens. Heritage-listed sites like the Hawthorne Ferry Terminal and Halcyon add to its historical significance. With several parks, excellent public transport options including bus routes and a CityCat stop, Hawthorne combines the tranquility of suburban life with convenient city access, making it an attractive residential area for a diverse population.


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