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In addition to a full complement of residential and commercial mowing and edging services, we provide lawn care options 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.
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Did you know...
It is believed that the suburb was named by Surveyor-General Sir Thomas Mitchell to commemorate Sir James Willoughby Gordon, whom he had served during the Peninsular War and was the quartermaster-general in England when the First Fleet sailed to Botany Bay. The suburb of Willoughby also commemorates his name.
Gordon Public School was constructed in 1878 on the Pacific Highway, having been designed by George Mansfield. A Gothic Revival style was used in accordance with the tradition that educational buildings, like churches, were designed in a Gothic style.
A second block was added in 1912. The school is one of the few remaining buildings that date back to the pioneering days of northern Sydney. It is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
Eryldene is a local historic house open to the public noted for its camellia garden, in McIntosh Street. This house was designed for Professor Eben Gowrie Waterhouse by William Hardy Wilson and built circa 1913. The extensive garden is a notable part of the property. House and garden as a whole are listed on the Register of the National Estate.