Check out this old video that we’ve shortened down without music!
The video editing is finally complete, and the video is uploaded! Removal of a mature Mountain Ash in the Alfred Nicholas Gardens during mid 2012. The tree stood over a spectacular rock water feature and entry area to the Gardens
A short video of some jobs we did in 2011. 2011 was a fairly productive year with a fair variety of work. Tree Removal Bulk Fire Killed Tree Felling Tree Blasting Rope Access Rock Blasting
This is the page I’ll be updating with the results During the early 1990’s, Graeme McMahon monitored the heart rates of climbers using various canopy access systems. In comparing spurs, prussic, frog and yosemite, he found the single rope technique
We’ve been doing some work with the Department of Sustainability and Environment in Marysville, cabling mature Mountain Ash away from a public access area. We used tree jacks for many of the trees, others we set large cables and winched
We had two interesting jobs on today – one at William Ricketts Sanctuary and another at Burnham Beeches. This brief post is about the job at Burnham Beeches where we used a helicopter to remove some storm damaged limbs from
We hired one of Red Roo’s 730X chippers for some work we were doing in the Alfred Nicolas Gardens which is part of the Dandenong Ranges. Jim Kerr from Red Roo kindly took some video of the chipper doing what
Similar to Grants Picnic Ground removal, Graeme hangs the tree upside down and then uses a crane from Campbell Cranes to lift the long limbs off. Ace Tree and Ace Tower were there on the day helping us out with
A number of tree’s were vandalised in the Otway Ranges in an area called “Triplet Falls”. Sherbrooke Tree Service was engaged to safely remove the semi-mature mountain ash from the affected area with minimal damage to the under story below.
When removing two mature Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) from Tarabolga National Park, Graeme suspected that the defect would cause the stump to tear from the ground as the tree departed. A hazard many tree loppers and tree fallers need to
This climbing video is also on youtube in HD! Graeme descends onto a dead and rotten tree so that he can safely work on it. After lopping out the head, the rest of the tree is blocked down. When the
On Sherbrooke Tree Services second visit to the Tahune Airwalk in Tasmania’s south-west, we removed a large dead Eucalyptus regnans from alongside the airwalk. There were a number of difficulties in climbing this tree, as it was so dead there
This large dead Eucalyptus regnans was threatening a viewing platform over the top of Olinda Falls in Yarra Ranges Shire. The tree had a bee’s nest, and had a thin shell at the base which had been burnt out in
The large dead Mountain Ash seen in this video was hanging precariously over the newly built Olinda Falls viewing platform. In particularly, three large limbs were pulling a lot of the trees weight. At the base of the tree, the
Mt Evelyn Tree Service A short video of some of the work we do as Mt Evelyn Tree Service, where we use tree felling and tree removal techniques to fell the head of this tree out.If you’re having trouble with
In the main entrance to Sherbrooke Forest in the Dandenong Ranges, there was a large Eucalyptus regnans which had three 120′ long branches overhanging the car parking area. Graeme removed these by lopping each and catching it onto itself in