Living in Arana Hills and need your lawn mowed? Great, you’re come to the right place.
We can give you a quick online price for your lawnmowing job? Our fun online booking process will give you an instant price and have your lawn mow booked in just 60 seconds.
Why waste your precious free time mowing, when you can be out enjoying north Brisbane’s beautiful parks and eateries?
GreenSocks is your professional lawn mowing service in Arana Hills. Let us take care of the yard for you. We offer mowing, weeding, hedging and more.
You’ll love the the end result and the terrific customer service. Try us out today!
Do you know how many parks are in Arana Hills?
Arana Hills is almost entirely a residential suburb with 20% of its area as parkland. This means that after you’ve done your lawnmowing chore on the weekend (or you’ve booked us to get your lawn mowed for you), there are plenty of green lawns in the Arana Hills parks for you to take the kids out of the house to run around, or you can walk the dog, or just walk yourself!
Here’s our count for the green parks on the Arana Hills map that are actually named:
1. Bob O’Neill Park
2. Brian Battersby Park
3. Bruce Smith Park
4. Camden Park
5. Lemm Park
6. Leslie Patrick Park
7. Max Moreton Park
8. Melrose Park
9. Narellan Park
10. Pine Hills Park
11. Sue Miller Park
12. William Scott Park
13. Bandicoot Gully
14. Fairway Outlook Vegetation Reserve
15. John Carter Reserve
16. Nulty Way
17. Wightman Reserve
Did we miss any? If so, please feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll add it.
Rather be playing golf? Golf is on your doorstep in Arana Hills also, because the beautiful green lawns of the Keperra Country Golf Club actually extend into Arana Hills territory!
Where is Arana Hills?
Despite being only 12km north-west of the Brisbane CBD, Arana Hills is actually part of Moreton Bay Region.We can organise your lawn mowing in Arana Hills or in any of the surrounding suburbs, such as: Everton Hills; Keperra; Ferny Hills; Ferny Grove; Mitchelton; Everton Park; Enoggera; Bunya; Samford Village; Camp Mountain; Albany Creek; McDowall; Chermside; Carseldine; Aspley; Upper Kedron; and Kedron.
Interesting Wikipedia fact: Henry St John Bridgeman purchased the first land in the Arana Hills District in November 1863.