Pottsville Landscape Supplies
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Pottsville Landscape Supplies

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942 Cudgera Creek Rd Cudgera Creek NSW 2484
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  • Brickies loam
  • Cement
  • Mulch
  • Decorative stones
  • Cracker Dust
  • Top soil
  • Under turf


  • Landscape supply services
  • Delivery


  • Six day delivery service

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About Pottsville Landscape Supplies

Coast to Country Landscape Supplies is a Tweed Coast business specialising in specialising in the supply of cement, mulch, topsoil, porous materials and other landscaping goods. Brickies loam, decorative stones, cracker dust and under turf are also available, and our staff can deliver your goods to your location six days a week.

Whatever your outdoor renovation requirements, our Pottsville landscapers are confident they can source the materials you need. The brickies loam we supply is ideal for bedding base applications, and our cement can be poured for patios, pathways and pavements.

If you want to enhance the natural splendour of your garden, stave off weed growth, and improve the vitality of your soil, our Pottsville mulching professionals have got you covered. A range of beautiful decorative stones - each of which would make a welcome addition to any pool side area - can also be delivered by our team. The cracker dust that the team at Coast to Country can deliver is great for creating durable driveways surfaces.

Create a rich and yielding surface upon which your plants can grow with Coast to Country Landscape Supplies. Our experienced Pottsville soil experts will listen carefully to your requirements and ensure you receive the optimum top soil option.

To find out more about our fantastic products and services, contact Coast to Country Landscape Supplies today. Our services


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About Cudgera Creek, NSW
Cudgera Creek is a town within the local government area of the Tweed Shire located in the Northern Rivers Region of New South Wales. The Shire, which is named after the Tweed River, was discovered by John Oxley in 1823. Settlers arrived in the area by 1828 to harvest cedars, and soon enough the area became one of the wealthiest districts in the country during the height of cedar logging. Cudgera Creek is near the Tweed Regional Gallery, which was previously known as the Tweed River Art Gallery. The Gallery was established in 1988 in the converted Proudfoot home. In 2014, the Margaret Olley Art Centre officially opened. It is a recreation of her home studio in Duxford Street, Paddington and also has additional exhibition space multimedia areas.