Land clearing is a process where trees, plants and shrubs are removed from an area, which typically involves equipment ranging from chainsaws to bulldozers, excavators, or other heavy machinery to remove obstacles like rocks, uneven dirt and other debris from a parcel of land, as well as trees.
The land clearing cost will depend on several factors:
- The size of trees in both height and diameter
- The number of trees, shrubs and plants in the area
- The number of hills and dips in the area
- What kind of debris is present, such as rocks, which can damage equipment
- The number of trees that will remain and how easy it is to move around them
- The species of tree as they will vary in hardness
So, How Much Does Land Clearing Cost?
Clearing flat land with light vegetation and few trees can cost $20-$200 per acre, clearing more sloping land with overgrown brush and a few trees can cost $500-$2,000 per acre, and clearing heavily wooded or bushland can cost $3,000-$6,000 or more an acre.
Here at TreeLink, we can provide a fixed price for an area of land following a site inspection. We conduct site inspections free of charge within 48 hours of receiving the enquiry.
Our highly trained and qualified staff have extensive experience, have AQF Level 2 to 5 Arborist Certificates and undergo ongoing training to stay on the cutting edge of arboreal maintenance and removal. Our team can also assist with:
- Assistance in site preparation
- Subdivision clearing
- Tree removal & levelling
- Debris removal
- Block levelling
If you’re searching for experienced land clearing companies, contact TreeLink today for a free on-site inspection and obligation-free land clearing cost quote. Our quotes also include a risk assessment and clearly marked photographs outlining the work to be done, plus we are experienced in dealing with local councils and can assist you with approvals.