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Phone: 0418 177 675
Paul & Belinda Tiziani 5672 5292
60ft Tower Hire
Power Line Clearance
Locally owned and
operated since 1999
STOCK UP ON WOOD
& WOOD PRODUCTS
32-34 Sth Gippsland Hwy, Korumburra
SPLIT REDGUM SOLD BY WEIGHT
NO MINIMUM FOR PICK UP IN YARD
DELIVERY ALL AREAS
Gardening and Produce
NOW’S the time to prepare for winter and
safeguard your property from falling trees, dan-
gerous limbs, branches and hazardous trees,
so you should look no further than locally
owned and operated Trimmer Tree.
Specialising in tree removal and pruning,
stump grinding, free quotes, mulching and
mulch sales, 60ft tower hire, block clearing,
power line clearing, climbing and rope work,
there’s no job too big or small for the tree ex-
With a wealth of experience, owners Paul and
Belinda Tiziani have been servicing the South
Gippsland area for more than 18 years.
Belinda said it’s important for unsafe trees
or limbs to be assessed by qualified arborists,
particularly with South Gippsland’s notorious
“We often get called to the job when the dam-
age has already been done,” she said.
“People leave it until it’s too late. They think
their trees are safe and then branches come
crashing through houses, damage neighbour-
ing properties, fences are crushed, sheds are
damaged - the list goes on.
“There is no job too big or too small for us
here at Trimmer Tree, so please don’t hesitate
to get in touch and find out what we can do to
“Remember, there’s no such thing as a stupid
question, particularly when it comes to hazard-
“With our free, no obligation quotes, we’re
happy to work with you to ensure the best pos-
Trimmer Tree prides itself on having fully
qualified arborists that provide other services
including storm damage assistance, excavator
and loader hire, confined space tree removal,
dead wooding and tree hazard assessments.
The team has also been working as a contrac-
tor for the Bass Coast Shire for a number of
years, helping to further protect the local com-
Paul and Belinda are proud that Trimmer
Tree gives back to the community by employing
locals, supporting small and local businesses,
schools and government agencies, as well as
making donations to local schools, fundraisers
and community groups.
To organise a free quote, call Trimmer Tree
on 5672 5292 or 0418 177 675.
Now’s the time for Trimmer Tree
There’s no job too big or small for the locally owned and operated business Trimmer Tree, with
the team including Josh Graham happy to provide a free, no obligation free quote for all jobs.
Trimmer Tree owner Paul Tiziani has many years of experience as an arborist and encour-
ages locals to have their trees assessed in preparation for winter.
THERE’S no doubt that traditional Moth-
ers’ Day flowers like chrysanthemums and
even cyclamens make lovely gifts, but it might
Mark Unthank from Burra Garden Sup-
plies says there’s a growing trend to buy more
“Rather than just a bunch of flowers, more
and more people are looking to fruit trees as
“It could be a lemon, lime, orange or even
an apple tree. ”
With limes in the supermarkets sometimes
selling for $2 each, these will be the gifts that
keep on giving.
“It’s a longer lasting and more useful than a
bunch of flowers, ” Mark said.
The fruit trees are available in standard and
dwarf varieties to suit all situations.
Drop in and have a look around. There’s
huge range and some are already bearing
While you’re there, sort out your firewood
for the year. Winter arrived early last week so
load up. There’s a huge pile of red gum cut,
split and ready to go.
Mark Unthank from Burra Garden Supplies said practical gifts such as fruit trees are be-
coming popular. N011817
The gift that keeps giving
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