These days the landscaping industry is far more than just private contractors coming in to fix up a front yard or re-do the lawn. The industry has grown to encompass both commercial and private contractors that operate within a vast network of projects ranging from private homes to local council projects and larger corporate builds. Along with the changing industry trends, the diversification of projects has resulted in a growing need for landscaping equipment that can be as versatile as the client base to which they are applied. As Western Australia and the Northern Territory’s leading landscaping suppliers, we offer a quality range of equipment that is ideal for contractors both large and small. 


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Whether you’re a large landscaping firm or a single contractor, having the right equipment saves hours of labour on jobs that require heavy lifting, digging, or earthworks. Getting the right landscaping equipment isn’t just about doing work quicker, it’s about ensuring maximum efficiency with a minimal footprint. At Vermeer WA & NT we specialise in providing versatile skid steer equipment, trenchers and that delivers on efficiency and ease-of-use.


Premium Skid Steer Equipment


For performing a plethora of earthmoving, digging, and landscaping tasks, our range of mini skid steer equipment is as follows:


  • Vermeer CTX100. Powered by a Kohler diesel engine, this 40hp skid steer brings unprecedented power to its class. None of this grunt is at the cost of versatility: The CTX100 boasts 91.4cm in width and with a 1341.7 kg tipping capacity, this skid steer is ideal for your next job.
  • Vermeer CTX50. This mini skid steer is ideal for operating in tight conditions, slipping through garden gateways and under trees or shrubbery. With a tipping capacity of 777.9kg and a spring cushioned operator platform – private hirer and contractors benefit from extra comfort and safety features. 
  • Vermeer S925TX. Available in three different engine configurations – choose between a 25, 30, and 40 horsepower engines, and dual auxiliary hydraulics system and different fuel types being optional extras on this trusted workhorse. With a chariot style operator platform, there’s extra comfort and ease of use for contractors looking to complete a range of tasks from heavy lifting, tree clearing, and digging.
  • Vermeer S450TX. A well-oiled machine for all kinds of construction, landscaping, and earthmoving tasks. With increased versatility – moving in and out of tight places and better fuel consumption means you’ll get premium performance.


Improve your fencing capability  


Both commercial or rural fencing projects require landscaping equipment that can be easily transported, and run efficiently for longer periods of time. Depending on the kind of property you’re working on, the advantages of having a mini-trencher in your shed are threefold: 

  • Easier access through gates and tight structures.
  • Light and track driven – minimal impact on the surrounding environment.
  • Fast and accurate trenching.


Mini-trencher range 


Vermeer WA & NT boasts a highly efficient range of mini trenchers that are ideal for increased versatility and better performance on the job. Whether you’re laying conduit or irrigation, getting consistency with the depth and width of your trench is key. There’s no better way to achieve this than with a Vermeer mini-trencher. Here are our top three landscaping trenchers for the job.

  • Vermeer RTX130. With the option of tyres or tracks, this easy-to-use trencher has become indispensable to the Vermeer landscaping range. With a highly intuitive steering system, this gas-powered, 13 horsepower trencher is able to work on difficult and uneven terrain. 
  • Vermeer RTX200. A more powerful, 20.5 horsepower trencher that can dig to depths up to 91cm is ideal for larger projects that require faster digging speeds and better leverage over uneven ground.
  • Vermeer RTX250. The latest and most versatile trencher in its class, the RTX250 delivers in spades with deeper 121.9cm depths and a 25 horsepower engine to back it up, there’s nothing that gets in the way of this machine. Expect increased versatility from the narrow body and better overall manoeuvrability. 


Arborists and tree care specialists


Taking care of a plot of land – whether it’s private or on a contractual basis will demand the right tree care equipment. From stump grinders to brush chippers, being ready to clean up after a storm, or simply manage tree growth, our range of chippers and stump grinders make the tough work light and easy. Here is some selected equipment for tree care specialists:

  • Vermeer SC362 stump grinder and cutter. Ideal for rental yards and tree care specialists. Ideal for those looking to expand their landscaping equipment range. 
  • Vermeer BC1800XL Wood Chipper. With a range of three different engines and a patented smart feed system, landscapers can benefit from an efficient wood chipping system. For landscape contractors wanting to save on mulch and move towards recycling – a Vermeer wood chipper delivers on efficiency and ease of use. 


Operator confidence is key


Whether you’re renting equipment – or adding to your fleet, ensuring operator confidence is our priority. All Vermeer WA & NT’s landscaping equipment is designed to maximise safety and comfort on the job. This way, whether it’s you driving, or one of your customers or employees, there’s minimal risk and maximum efficiency. 


Stay ahead of the game with Vermeer’s premium services  


When you’re adding to your fleet, or investing in your business for the first time, having the right maintenance schemes in place will ensure your equipment is in top condition. All Vermeer WA & NT landscaping equipment comes with after-sales support and a 1 year/1000 hour warranty. If you’re looking to expand your landscaping capabilities, reach out to our sales team today. We’ll be happy to speak with you about your landscaping needs.

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