Do you hate hard, exhausting work but want a well-maintained yard?
Don't have the time to do the work needed to keep your garden or your business property tidy?
Then why not take advantage of our friendly and professional garden and property maintenance services. We'll do all the necessary hard work so you don't need to get your hands dirty.
So whether you need your lawn mowed, that pile of rubbish removed, do you need someone to do tree removal/tree trimming, high-pressure cleaning or just need your garden situation under control... give us a call for a FREE QUOTE.
We are certified as a Provider for the NDIS Scheme, so please feel free to click here if you would like to arrange an appointment with a service provider.
In addition to a full complement of residential and commercial mowing and edging services, we provide lawn care, re-turfing, top dressing such as fertilizing, weed control, insect monitoring and core aeration.
You may wish to have us set up a Composting system for you. A composting area on your property will help you provide nutrients for your garden and minimize your waste.
We can provide you with a complete waste removal services.
Whatever you need, St Ives Lawn Mowing Services is your hassle free, all-in-one property maintenance service.
Call us today on 1300 882 787 for a friendly, obligation-free quote.
Did you know...
The St Ives area was first explored by Governor Arthur Phillip and a party of men in 1788 where they set up a campsite at Bungaroo which is close to what is now Hunter Avenue. The area produced a small-scale timber felling industry.
There are still some examples of the thirty meter and higher trees in nearby Pymble in the Dalrymple Hay forest and near Canasius college. Native turpentine trees were also once abundant and provided useful timber for cabinet making.
It was once known for its apple orchard but due to residential demand, there is no longer any commercial fruit growing in the area.
During World War Two there were significant numbers of troops barracked in the area, which provided the impetus to build Archbold Road as a supplementary and emergency route to the city.
Since 1950 the suburb has expanded from the central shopping areas and the arterial main roads to include hilltop and valley areas bordering on the surrounding Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to the north,Garigal National Park to the east and the south-east.