Turf covers live grass products grown for parks, gardens, residential and commercial properties, sporting venues and for land rehabilitation and
landscape improvement purposes. Production occurs in all states and territories of Australia.
The majority of production occurs in New South Wales and Queensland. Production is year-round, with a number of different varieties being
grown, although there is a peak of production during the spring and summer months. When it comes to horticulture and the production and trade, it can be concluded that Australia is a nation that remains pretty active. Not only does it deal with fruits, vegetables and nuts, it also produces and supplies other horticultural products such as cut flowers, nurseries and turf.
Sir Walter Buffalo Turf is an extremely resilient, low-maintenance lawn that thrives in shade and heat without much water – making it the perfect choice for Aussie gardens. Available in turf rolls, Sir Walter has a soft leaf and the ability to repair itself.
Emerald Kikuyu is a tough hard-wearing lawn type, making it a good choice for kids and pets. Available as lawn seed, Emerald Kikuyu is darker in colour with a finer leaf texture.
As of June 2020:
Even though production of turfs occur in almost all areas across the nation, there are a few places where they are abundantly found. Some of these areas are the Sunshine Coast, Greater Perth, Greater Melbourne, Hawkesbury, the Lockyer Valley, the Scenic Rim and North Queensland.