Rock Wall FAQ

The team at Australian Rock Walls are rock wall experts and ready to answer any questions you may have about rock walls, retaining walls and landscaping. Feel free to call us or email us if you have any other questions that are not answered on this page.

Bush Rock Walls
  1. Does my sandstone retaining wall or boulder wall need to have council approval?

    Council approval is only required if the walls are to be built higher than one metre. Australian Rock Walls has a specialist team of engineers and builders who can assist with this process.

  2. What is the difference between a dry stone wall and a boulder / rock retaining wall?

    A dry stone wall is constructed by hand and contains no mortar to bind rocks together.

  3. How can Australian Rock Walls help me with cutting a house pad?

    Obligation-free quotes to maximise total land usage for landscaping and house construction.

  4. How will I know which type and grade of rock to use for my boulder wall?

    Australian Rock Walls will send an experienced estimator to survey your property and recommend the most appropriate rock to accommodate your landscaping plans.

  5. Should I use sandstone, dimensional rock, boulders, porphyry or basalt in my project?

    An experienced Australian Rock Wall estimator will assist in determining the best materials, dimensions and procedures to use in your project.

  6. Can Australian Rocks Walls help me with cutting a house pad?

    Yes. We can supply a no-obligation free quote.

  7. What is the main difference between a sandstone rock wall and a bush rock wall?

    Sandstone can be shaped and graded to the desired look and finish required. Bush wall rocks are more commonly used for a natural rustic appearance depending on your surroundings.

  8. What if I have more questions that need to be answered?

    If you have a question that is not answered in this FAQ, or if you'd like more information, call or email our friendly staff.