23-25 February 2024
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Next to Nature – Synthetic Grass!

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Artificial Turf is more popular than ever before. We see it in homes, schools, parks and public areas – all looking greener than its live counterpart, even in the dry season!

There are many reasons for it gaining popularity: the advance in fibre technology and manufacturing process creates a product that replicates natural turf so well, it’s hard to tell the difference. The cost and sustainability of our water resources are also factors. You can’t enjoy a lush, green lawn all year round without a significant amount of water, fertiliser, pesticides and a lot of time and effort.

Making the move to synthetic turf frees up time to enjoy the nicer aspects of the garden and your leisure time, as well as the cost savings. Architects and planners utilise roof gardens and communal areas in high density dwellings to create green space. Artificial grass is ideal for this and many other applications.