Our landscape materials experts would love to answer your questions.
Thinking about starting a landscaping project, but don't know where to start? Come down to one of our display gardens and get inspired. You can see our different varieties of sand at work, and learn how to put them to use.
If you need sand, but don't know the first thing about it, you can always ask for help from our expert team. They know their way around sand, and are excited to share their knowledge. Forget Star Wars; these are the real sand people.
At All Green, we believe in delivering the right product every time. That's why we've set up sand displays at our stores. You can see, weigh-up, and even sink your hands into our glorious sand. However, we draw a line in the sand when it comes to building castles.
We also have displays for our other products. So, if your project involves anything like mulches, soils, rocks, river pebbles or plants, you can have a look at them, too.
All Green is one of south west Melbourne's only bulk landscaping suppliers. The level of service we provide, and the scale of our operation, is absolutely unique; we deliver all over Melbourne, and can have your order brought directly to your home or job site in just a few days.
No order is too big or too small. We have no minimum purchase amount for deliveries, and can supply for even the largest jobs. So, whether you need just little amount of bagged sand, or enough for a whole beach, we can help.
We sure do. No matter where you live in the Greater Melbourne area, we can have an order to you in just a few days. There's no minimum order size, but larger orders might be subject to availability.
To learn more about our unbeatable sand delivery service, visit our delivery page.
Our sand is priced by the cubic metre, with varying costs across our range of sands. You can talk to our team for a quote, or check out our bulk price list online.
All of our sands, mulches and soils come from our range of suppliers between Melbourne and Adelaide. We go straight to the quarries and suppliers, and pass those savings along to our customers. Plus, we only work with sustainable suppliers, so you can rest assured that we're doing right by mother nature.
There are almost as many different ways to use sand in a garden as there are grains of sand on a beach. For example, you can:
Some people even set up their very own zen garden.
That will depend on the sort of sand you're ordering, and what you're using it for. Try talking with our team and telling them about your needs. They have all the expertise necessary to ensure that you get the right amount.
It's important to have different kinds of sand for different tasks. For example, you wouldn't want your children playing in a sandpit filled with the same harsh and gritty concrete sand or dried sand that would be used for an industrial job.
Instead, you'd be in the market for bulk sandpit sand. If you're unsure of which sand is right for you, our team of sand-experts will be able to guide you in the right direction.
Generally speaking, sandpit sand should be replaced once a year. However, sand will stay cleaner for longer if it is seldom used, or if there's a protective cover that shields the sandpit from the elements.
Keep in mind, though, that you should be prepared to change the sand promptly if a child or an animal does anything particularly unsanitary.
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