4 Facts About Stump Grinding

When removing any small or large tree, the remaining stump can always seem to be an issue.. What do you do with it? As an eyesore and potential to obstruct new plantings and pose potential hazards — Stump Grinding is a tree service that Muru Mittigar offers to address these issues.  4 Facts About Stump Grinding  What is Stump Grinding? …

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9 Native Plants and Trees For Schools and Commercial Gardens!

Australia’s native plants provide a myriad of benefits, not just to the people but also animals and the ecosystem. Trees and plants play an integral role in four of our major ecosystems – forests, grasslands, deserts, tundra. Over 24,000 species of native plants are currently present in Australia – conserving, re-planting and nurturing Australia’s precious natives are a great way …

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Meet the Technical Manager of Muru Mittigar

From the technical division at Muru Mittigar, we introduce Wayne Williams, a proud Dharug man with heritage from his mother’s side. Carrying on the legacy, each day he finds himself discovering more and more about his Aboriginal roots. Wayne is extremely fortunate to be employed on Dharug Country. Upon commencement earlier this year, Wayne’s key responsibilities as technical manager are …

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Meet the Landscape Manager of Muru Mittigar

Within our many divisions at Muru Mittigar, Kristian Mitchell is your go-to for all things landscape. Before his journey, Kristian underwent studies at TAFE in Certificate III and IV in Horticulture, majoring in Turf Management; adopting an abundance of knowledge and experience in sports turf. At the beginning of his career as a casual groundsman at Hornsby Shire Council, Kristian …

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Meet the Arborist Manager of Muru Mittigar

Today we’ll be stepping into the life of Muru Mittigar’s second generational arborist, Steve Brown Jnr.   From humble beginnings, Steve spent childhood watching and learning the tricks of the trade from his fathers’ arboriculturist business. Inspired by the craft of the trade, Steve had departed school in Year 10 to pursue working with his father in the family business.   Steve …

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Happy International Women’s Day 2021

Muru Mittigar is very proud to be celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 and to be proudly recognising women’s achievements across the world, not just today but every day. We’re forging a gender equal world and invite you to #ChooseToChallenge with us! #iwd2021 #genderequality

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Muru Culture Centre Still Operating

Muru Mittigar’s Cultural Education Centre is currently closed due to Covid – 19. We are taking this time to improve upon current School Programs. As well as developing new and exciting Programs for the future! We will be accepting Schools and public bookings once again pending government decisions on social distancing restrictions. Keep an eye on our website and social …

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INTRODUCING: LOMANDRA MURU!

A variegated form of Lomandra with bigger flowers and a more dense, compact form. A clean growing, uniform, non-seeding Lomandra. This plant is similar to ‘Katrinus Deluxe’ Lomandra, but with a variegated twist. Looks amazing planted en masse. Also looks good in specimen plantings and commercial plantings such as roadsides, golf courses, factories and offices. Lives on natural rainfall in …

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NSW GOV’T LATEST ABORIGINAL PROCUREMENT POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT

MURU MITTIGAR WELCOMES THE NSW GOVERNMENT ABORIGINAL PROCUREMENT POLICY FOR 1,000 NEW JOBS PER YEAR IN NSW TO 2021 Muru Mittigar’s expansion to deliver commercial services, has been bolstered by the latest NSW Government announcement to expand procurement spending to Aboriginal suppliers.    Muru Mittigar is a long standing advocate of meaningful and long term employment opportunities which leverage commercial activities, …

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FIRST ELDERS LUNCHEON OF 2018!

A chance for our Elders to get together and have a yarn in the Muru Mittigar Culture Centre at Rouse Hill House and Farm. Tea, coffee and a lunch will be provided. WHERE:21 Guntawong Rd. Rouse Hill NSW 2155Muru Culture Centre at Rouse Hill House and Farm WHEN:21st of February11:30am – 2:30pm RSVP:to Mikielah by February 7th0421 111 313 or …

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4 Facts About Stump Grinding

When removing any small or large tree, the remaining stump can always seem to be an issue.. What do you do with it? As an eyesore and potential to obstruct new plantings and pose potential hazards — Stump Grinding is a tree service that Muru Mittigar offers to address these issues.  4 Facts About Stump Grinding  What is Stump Grinding? …

Read more

9 Native Plants and Trees For Schools and Commercial Gardens!

Australia’s native plants provide a myriad of benefits, not just to the people but also animals and the ecosystem. Trees and plants play an integral role in four of our major ecosystems – forests, grasslands, deserts, tundra. Over 24,000 species of native plants are currently present in Australia – conserving, re-planting and nurturing Australia’s precious natives are a great way …

Read more

Meet the Technical Manager of Muru Mittigar

From the technical division at Muru Mittigar, we introduce Wayne Williams, a proud Dharug man with heritage from his mother’s side. Carrying on the legacy, each day he finds himself discovering more and more about his Aboriginal roots. Wayne is extremely fortunate to be employed on Dharug Country. Upon commencement earlier this year, Wayne’s key responsibilities as technical manager are …

Read more

Meet the Landscape Manager of Muru Mittigar

Within our many divisions at Muru Mittigar, Kristian Mitchell is your go-to for all things landscape. Before his journey, Kristian underwent studies at TAFE in Certificate III and IV in Horticulture, majoring in Turf Management; adopting an abundance of knowledge and experience in sports turf. At the beginning of his career as a casual groundsman at Hornsby Shire Council, Kristian …

Read more

Meet the Arborist Manager of Muru Mittigar

Today we’ll be stepping into the life of Muru Mittigar’s second generational arborist, Steve Brown Jnr.   From humble beginnings, Steve spent childhood watching and learning the tricks of the trade from his fathers’ arboriculturist business. Inspired by the craft of the trade, Steve had departed school in Year 10 to pursue working with his father in the family business.   Steve …

Read more

Happy International Women’s Day 2021

Muru Mittigar is very proud to be celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 and to be proudly recognising women’s achievements across the world, not just today but every day. We’re forging a gender equal world and invite you to #ChooseToChallenge with us! #iwd2021 #genderequality

Read more

Muru Culture Centre Still Operating

Muru Mittigar’s Cultural Education Centre is currently closed due to Covid – 19. We are taking this time to improve upon current School Programs. As well as developing new and exciting Programs for the future! We will be accepting Schools and public bookings once again pending government decisions on social distancing restrictions. Keep an eye on our website and social …

Read more

INTRODUCING: LOMANDRA MURU!

A variegated form of Lomandra with bigger flowers and a more dense, compact form. A clean growing, uniform, non-seeding Lomandra. This plant is similar to ‘Katrinus Deluxe’ Lomandra, but with a variegated twist. Looks amazing planted en masse. Also looks good in specimen plantings and commercial plantings such as roadsides, golf courses, factories and offices. Lives on natural rainfall in …

Read more

NSW GOV’T LATEST ABORIGINAL PROCUREMENT POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT

MURU MITTIGAR WELCOMES THE NSW GOVERNMENT ABORIGINAL PROCUREMENT POLICY FOR 1,000 NEW JOBS PER YEAR IN NSW TO 2021 Muru Mittigar’s expansion to deliver commercial services, has been bolstered by the latest NSW Government announcement to expand procurement spending to Aboriginal suppliers.    Muru Mittigar is a long standing advocate of meaningful and long term employment opportunities which leverage commercial activities, …

Read more

FIRST ELDERS LUNCHEON OF 2018!

A chance for our Elders to get together and have a yarn in the Muru Mittigar Culture Centre at Rouse Hill House and Farm. Tea, coffee and a lunch will be provided. WHERE:21 Guntawong Rd. Rouse Hill NSW 2155Muru Culture Centre at Rouse Hill House and Farm WHEN:21st of February11:30am – 2:30pm RSVP:to Mikielah by February 7th0421 111 313 or …

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