HG SPORTS TURF
|03 9329 8154|
Suite 2, Level 1
526 Whitehorse Road
Mitcham VIC 3132
HG Sports Turf are market leaders in the design and construction of premium sports fields across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
The Sydney Olympics in 2000, 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, 2006 Asian Games in Qatar, 2003 and 2011 Rugby World Cups have all been showcased on HG Sports Turf. In 2015, this list will grow to include the ICC Cricket World Cup and the Asian Cup.
Synthetic Turf - HG Sports Turf has extensive experience in the design and construction of synthetic turf sports fields across many sporting codes including, soccer, Australian Rules Football, American Football, rugby and rugby league.
Natural Turf - HG Sports Turf offer a full range of natural turf varieties both through our sister company HG Turf in Victoria, and further afield through our affiliations with quality turf farms across Australasia.
XtraGrass™ - This unique hybrid turf system marries the advantages of natural turf with the strength of synthetic turf. Principally required for intensively used sports fields, or in high use areas on other sports.
Eclipse® - Our patented Eclipse® Stabilised Turf has become the system of choice for many of the region’s leading stadiums including AMI, ANZ, Canberra, Eden Park, Etihad, Gabba, NIB and Waikato.
HG Sports Turf are also agents for the Desso GrassMaster 'hyrbid' sports turf system used at major venues (including Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium) and for major events around the world.
Since the close of the 2014 winter season for Australia's football codes, HG Sports Turf has been through an extraordinarily busy spring period, installing new surfaces at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Newcastle's Hunter Stadium (pictured below) and the MCG.
SportsHub Pte Ltd and HG Sports Turf, Australasia’s leading stadia pitch design, construct and maintenance company, and partner of the Singapore Sports Hub in turf supply and…read more
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The $1.45 billion Perth Stadium and surrounding Stadium Park will officially open with a free Community Open Day on Sunday 21st January. The Community Open Day will run from the early…read more