Do you need your lawn mowed but you hate waiting around for in-person mowing quotes and you’re in Boondall, Brisbane?
Great, we can help. We can give you a quick online price for lawn mowing in Boondall and our fun booking process can get your lawn mow booked in just 60 seconds. We take all the hassle out of getting it mowed and do all the liaising for you, so you get to sit back and enjoy the end result. Lovely lawns and gardens!
Other suburbs with same post code as Boondall (4034) is Aspley, Carseldine, Geebung, Zillmere
Where is the best and biggest green lawn Boondall?
The answer is Mulbeam Park, hands down. It has the most massive, green, grassy lawn that (from your child’s perspective) stretches as far as the eyes can see. For birthday parties or just for an afternoon outside with their friends, kids can run around and play tiggy, play ball games, push their toy lawnmowers, and much more.
For children, there is also a huge playground (surrounded by more green lawns), which includes a fire pole, slides, some car-themed spaces, swings, springs and climbing structures to keep them busy.
For adults (and older children), there’s an exercise equipment area that will keep you busy and save you a trip to the gym that day. Plus a full-size basketball court – so bring your team mates and have a game!
Mulbeam Park is located on the corner of Muller and Beams Roads, Boondall. It’s a gorgeous green park to enjoy on the weekend after you’ve done your weekend lawn mowing (or we’ve organised someone to mow your lawn for you). Enjoy!
Where is Boondall?
Boondall is located almost half way between Brisbane and Redcliffe. About 15km north of the Brisbane CBD, it has very easy access to the M1 Gateway Motorway, so it’s easy to head north to the Sunshine Coast or south to the Gold Coast, from Boondall.
We can organise your lawn mowing in Boondall or in any surrounding Brisbane suburb, such as: Brighton; Sandgate; Shorncliffe; Nudgee; Nudgee Beach; Banyo; Pinkenba; Eagle Farm; Hendra; Nundah; Kedron; Chermside; McDowall; Everton Park; Geebung; Enoggera; Arana Hills; Aspley; Bridgeman Downs; Carseldine; Bracken Ridge; Albany Creek; Bald Hills; Virginia; Strathpine; Bray Park; and beyond.
Interesting Wikipedia fact? Boondall was formerly known as Cabbage Tree Creek (after the creek that flows through the area).