SUPPORTING BUSHFIRE RECOVERY

The 2019-2020 bushfire season has devastated farmers and communities across the country. As part of our ongoing commitment to rural and regional Australia, we’re here to support farmers in rebuilding their fire-damaged fences.

Supporting Our Neighbours Program From NSW Local Land Services

The NSW government has recently announced a new program offering financial assistance for bushfire-affected landholders whose property borders public lands.

Private landholders who share a boundary with public land and were impacted by the Northern and Southern fires of late 2019 and early 2020 are eligible to receive up to $5,000 per kilometre to contribute to the replacement of damaged boundary fences.

For more information, or to apply, visit the NSW Local Land Services website.

Our Connection To Rural Australia

Australian Concrete Posts are based in Northern NSW and are surrounded by some of the areas hit hardest by this summers fires. Our team live and work in rural Australia. And to us, it’s more than just a great place, it’s our home.

Our products are designed with Australian farmers in mind, and our resellers who have made it possible for us to become one of Australia’s fastest-growing rural fencing brands are all based in rural and regional areas. For more than 6 years, our goal has been to provide farmers with best quality, innovative, reliable, affordable and long lasting products, and to do so with genuine integrity. We work closely with farmers to continually develop our range of products, and we also support farmers in rebuilding and restoring their fences.

Available Government Assistance

The Australian Government has committed $100 million in emergency grants for Primary Producers.

Up to $75,000 is available to farmers, fishers and foresters located in declared bushfire disaster areas. This is to cover costs for immediate and emergency needs not covered by existing insurance policies.

For More information and to check your eligibility visit the Department of Agriculture, Water and The Environment website.

Our Advice For Rebuilding

Plan Wisely For The Future

When rebuilding fences consider how they’d look, and don’t just rebuild where they were before the fires. Consider how your fences, tracks, roads and gateways affect your everyday productivity and build your new fences for how you’re going to use them, not how they were built before.

Use Fire-Resistant Materials

As unfortunate as it is, grass and bushfires are a reality all over Australia, so when rebuilding your fences, we recommend you opt for fire-resistant materials. Choose concrete straining and fence posts with steel stays over timber ones, to ensure they will stand up to the heat.

Build Quality, Long-Lasting Assemblies

Just because a job has to be done quickly doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done right. Don’t let quality slip because your fence repairs are urgent. Use our high-quality, long-lasting brackets to build strong fences or you’ll be fencing all over again when the ‘quick-fix’ rusts or rots.

Talk To Us If You Have Questions

Haven’t had to rebuild fences for a while? Not sure what strainer posts will work best in your soil? Not sure where to begin? Reach out to our team if you have questions, and we’ll point you in the right direction, no obligation.We’re here to help.

Affected by the recent Australian bushfires and need assistance repairing and rebuilding your fences? 

Contact our friendly team for free advice on the best fence posts and end assemblies for your property. 

Australian Concrete Posts Products Can Help You Get Your Fences Rebuilt Sooner, And More Cost Effectively.

Part of our strong relationship with farmers in rural Australia is developing products that make their lives easier and keeping the prices of our products as affordable as we can. Many of our products are designed to be installed with minimum machinery, without welding, and in as little as 20 minutes—without costing you more. Explore our range of end straining assemblies below.

Box End Strainer Assembly

A Box End Straining System is the simplest and most cost effective way to do a strainer with concrete fence posts. 

Adjustable Assembly with Concrete Stay Pad

The Adjustable End Straining Assembly with concrete stay pad is a great way to create end straining systems. Use the Concrete Stay pad with Threaded Rod to build a strong and sturdy adjustable strainer assembly. Our patented bracket system make sit quick and easy to build.

Adjustable Assembly with Steel Footplate

The Adjustable End Straining Assembly with steel footplate and tensioning cable is the most versatile way to build an adjustable assembly. Our ACP patented bracket system makes the whole job quick and easy to build.

Post and Rail Assembly

A Post and Rail fence is easy to build using concrete fence and strainer posts. Use our patented bracket system to quickly and easily build for a feature entrance or boundary fence using posts that will last a lifetime.

WHERE TO GET OUR PRODUCTS

Interested in purchasing our products?

Our products are sold by a variety of rural stores and fencing contractors in Australia, throughout New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia. If you cannot find a reseller nearby, contact head office to find the nearest stockist.