Rural Fencing – Bringing the Country to Perth and Bunbury

Although most people think of solid-panel fences like Colorbond or Hardifence when they think of city fences, there’s no real reason for city-dwellers to obstruct their view. Many homeowners in the Bunbury and Perth regions are opting for a rural fencing solution, such as a round post and rail fence, to not only stand out as a unique feature among the other houses in Western Australia, but also to open up the house and property, giving a sense of space.
Rural Fencing in PerthThis post and rail fence was built with pine to surround this beautiful property, giving the property lines a visual dimension, without detracting from the landscape.

Teamwork Fencing Rural Fence



Two 3m-long rails are secured between two posts with an overall height of 800cm in the front of the per, which is within council regulations.

Bunbury Home with Rural Fencing

In the back of the property, the fence uses 3 rails between posts and has an overall height of 1200mm, which is more inconvenient for climbing, but makes rural fencing Perth-appropriate by following regulations.

Perth Rural FencingAt the front, horse gates are used to help give the overall country-style look.

Check out some more pictures from this beautiful TWF project:

Perth and Bunbury rural fence Rural Fencing in the city of Perth Rural Fences in Bunbury Perth Home featuring a rural fenceWant to learn more about bringing the country to your home in Perth? Contact TWF today! Even if round post and rail fencing isn’t quite your style, there are plenty of other rustic, rural fencing options to choose from, including Split Jarrah Fencing, another favorite for its classic rustic look.