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Melbourne's leading retailer of bricks, pavers, landscaping products, artificial grass, retaining walls and stone products. 1300 722 102
Melbourne's leading retailer of bricks, pavers, landscaping products, artificial grass, retaining walls and stone products. 1300 722 102

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Are you planning an outdoor project but don’t know where to start?

As one of Australia’s largest suppliers of bricks, pavers, lawn turf, synthetic grass, retaining walls, stone and landscaping products, Melbourne Brick can help transform your outdoor dream into a dream outdoors.

Find out more - call 1300 722 102, email info@melbournebrick.com.au, see https://www.melbournebrick.com.au or visit one of our three display superstores in Hallam, Glen Iris and Bayswater.
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Five On Trend Design Ideas...

At Melbourne Brick, we’re all about bricks, pavers, retaining walls, stone, grass and landscaping products.

Whilst we don’t sell plants, we see our products installed in some of the most beautiful gardens you can imagine.

And we have a partnership with a landscape design firm too through our Melbourne Brick Landscape Design division.

If you want your garden to be on trend in 2018, here’s some hot items [blog]: http://ow.ly/kGvH30iUpo5
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Retaining Walls: Melbourne Brick has the largest independent range of retaining walls and retaining wall systems. For ideas and to buy online visit » https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/ideas/retaining-walls/
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We are online 24/7: https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/ Have a chat now!
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Browse our gallery for ideas on how you can transform your outdoor space into a dream outdoors » https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/ideas/

Melbourne Brick is Melbourne’s leading retailer of Bricks & Blocks, Pavers, Retaining Walls, Grass & Turf, Stone and Landscaping products. Turn your outdoor dreams into a dream outdoors!
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Something a little different in paving patterns: Most people lay their pavers in a traditional straight block pattern, but we know some people like to break up tradition.

We’re not experts in Feng Shui, but we do know a thing or two about alternative paving patterns.

So here are three different ways you can choose to have your pavers laid in your backyard... READ [Blog]: http://ow.ly/XI2d30iKwrN
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Melbourne Brick Company offers Melbourne’s widest range of pavers, with over 400 different brick, clay and masonry paving tiles.

Browse online or visit any of our display stores in Hallam, Bayswater or Glen Iris to choose the best paving solution for your home including: driveway, pathway, al fresco, outdoor & indoor entertaining areas, verandah, balcony, edging and pool or spa surrounds.

See more: https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/products/pavers/
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Melbourne Brick Company Grass & Turf Specials - Up To 15% Off and FREE DELIVERY all orders over $700. Go online now » https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/current-specials/
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Bricks + Blocks: Be inspired by our huge range of bricks sourced from all of Australia’s major suppliers.

Call 1300 722 102, email info@melbournebrick.com.au, see https://www.melbournebrick.com.au/products/bricks-blocks/ or visit one of our three display superstores in Hallam, Glen Iris and Bayswater.
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Moving Water and the Oasis: What is it about the sound of moving water that is so relaxing and engaging at the same time? Whether it is the bubbling mountain stream, or the sound of breaking waves on the shore – we are either mesmerised or transported to our happy place.

According to Wikipedia “Ancient water features were powered using gravitational forces, man power or animals to pump in the water. Since the 18th century, the majority of water features have been powered by pumps. In the past, the power source was sometimes a steam engine, but in modern features it is almost always powered by electricity”... Read more [blog]: http://ow.ly/u2ih30iBHgG
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