Turf Suppliers Sydney

myhomeTURF has a wide network of turf suppliers in the Sydney region and across New South Wales. Suitable for both residential and large-scale projects, our network of growers, specialise in a range of services including professional site preparation, irrigation system set up, topsoil provisioning and more. Ensuring fresh cut turf from the farm, delivered to your door. 

Select from one of our local Sydney turf suppliers for advice, pricing and quotes. Or click on "Get 3 Quotes Now" button and let us choose 3 suppliers to provide you with a quote.

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Get Quality Turf from Our Local Turf Suppliers 

From landscape design, irrigation and treatments to the supply and delivery of natural and artificial turf, our growers ensure high-quality, local, and drought-tolerant turf varieties all year round.  

Our turf suppliers work with clients to ensure quality assurance to source and provide the best turf variety to suit the application and withstand Sydney’s temperate climate. Our network of growers take pride in ensuring a smooth process from start to finish, including easy delivery and installation, quality assurance, and post-lawn care.  

myhomeTURF takes the hard work out of turf supply by arranging three competitive quotes from our Sydney suppliers. Our network also extends out beyond Sydney metropolitan, including Blacktown, Western Sydney, Campbelltown, Bowral, Blue Mountains, and Wollongong, ensuring you choose the right turf at an affordable price. 

Best Turf Types for Sydney

With Sydney’s region varying from humid and dry summers to cold and mildly wet winters, we encourage lawn varieties that can handle varying seasonal conditions with high drought tolerance, high wear tolerance, and versatility.  

Factors to Consider When Choosing Your Lawn

Kikuyu vs. Buffalo Lawn  

Kikuyu turf is well known for its high wear tolerance, strong drought tolerance, and its ability to keep a luscious winter colour with its fine, dense leaf and soft texture.  

Buffalo grass, on the other hand, is a naturally versatile lawn, is easy to maintain, and holds a beautiful deep green aesthetic. Its deep root system means it can easily source moisture from the ground, making it a great drought tolerant choice for Sydney’s varying weather conditions.  

Learn more about Kikuyu vs. Buffalo Lawn here.  

Couch vs. Buffalo Lawn 

Both Couch grass and Buffalo grass are popular Australian lawn varieties due to their versatility and spectacular green colour.  

Couch grass is well suited for warm climates and is a good choice for family backyards due to its year-round soft texture, high wear tolerance and great drought tolerance. Couch grass does require regular mowing and bi-annual fertilising to ensure it keeps in good condition.  

For those who need a high shade tolerance, Buffalo grass requires as little as 3-4 hours of sunlight each day. Sapphire® Buffalo tolerates up to 70% shade in dry conditions, making it one of the most shade tolerant varieties available.  

Learn more about Couch vs. Buffalo Lawn here.  

Zoysia Grass vs. Buffalo Lawn  

While Zoysia grass works well within humid climates, it’s becoming a popular choice for Australians living in warmer climates, particularly those in need of a low maintenance lawn. EmpireZoysia grass has a high drought tolerance, high wear tolerance, and a moderate shade tolerance, making it suitable for hot Sydney summers and family backyards all-year round.  

Palmetto® Buffalo is a highly popular Buffalo turf type due to its low maintenance, high wear tolerance, and dense growth. This means less watering, children and pet activity friendly while keeping common weed invasions at bay. Perfect for lawns with high traffic, lots of sun and where low maintenance is a must.  

Learn more about Zoysia vs. Buffalo Lawn here. 

Eureka Kikuyu vs. Kenda Kikuyu 

Kikuyu grass is an easy choice for those living in hot conditions in need of a high wear tolerance and fast recovery if damaged. In fact, it’s considered one of the best turf types for Sydney’s climate 

Eureka Kikuyu is an affordable option and is great for commercial applications due to its high tolerance for waterlogging while being highly resistant against diseases.  

Kenda® Kikuyu, on the other hand, holds a strong green colour all year round and is less likely to produce pollen, making it a viable option for those with allergies. It thrives in sunny conditions and copes well under drought conditions and is popular during periods of water restrictions.  

Learn more about Eureka Kikuyu vs. Kenda Kikuyu here.  

Prestige Buffalo vs. Sir Walter Buffalo 

Prestige® Buffalo grass is the world’s most popular grass types and is faster to establish after laying, making it a cost effective (and water efficient) option in comparison to Sir Walter. Prestige Buffalo can also handle heavily shaded areas and is able to thrive in as little as two hours of sun a day.  

On the other hand, Sir Walter Buffalo can survive in drought-like conditions, though its recovery time lasts a little longer than Prestige Buffalo. 

Learn more about Prestige Buffalo vs. Sir Walter Buffalo here.  

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does Turf Cost Per Square Metre?  

Different turf varieties vary in price and depend on their characteristics. Kenda Kikuyu is generally $7-$15 per square metre and is considered one of the most cost effective turf types. Whereas an all-rounder turf type like Palmetto Buffalo is around $10-$19 per square metre. 

Learn more about how much turf costs here.  

How Do You Prepare Turf for Laying?  

How you prepare turf can differ depending on the season and weather conditions. 

 If you’re laying turf in hot weather, we recommend laying turf immediately after delivery to avoid the turf heating up and drying out overnight. We also recommend laying warm turf first (often slabs in the middle of the pallet are the warmest).  

For those laying turf in winter, be mindful of your climate and frost conditions – these will affect your lawn installation. Ensure your site is weed-free and cut/roll existing grass for removal. You may also want to cover it with coarse sand and a layer of fertiliser or topsoil.  

myhomeTURF’s network of Sydney turf suppliers and growers are highly experienced in turf site inspection, site preparation, and installation. We recommend reaching out to one of our professional turf suppliers for assistance when preparing turf for laying.  

How Thick is Turf When You Buy It?  

The thickness of your turf will depend on the season and conditions at the time of harvesting and usually 35-40mm. If you have any queries about turf delivery, please reach out to your local turf supplier for more information.