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Danny Abbiss began his work in fencing on his family farm, as many do. He worked alongside Kim Sanders, a well-known fencing contractor serving Kojonup, Boyup Brook and the surrounding areas, until Kim decided to step back for a well-deserved retirement and handed the reins over to Danny. Using the patented system that Kim had created, Danny, along with his team, are able to run up to 3 km of high-quality, perfectly aligned fencing per day, conditions and terrain permitting. No job is too challenging. The quality and efficiency has helped Abbiss Fencing to secure a contract for regional plantation mangement company PF Olsen, as well as many of the large farms throughout the SW. 

We are committed to finding the highest quality materials at the lowest available prices for all of our clients. We also provide land management advice, working with you to create the right fence for your specifications. Whether you are looking for a traditional post and rail fence for your horse property or a 6-foot fence to protect your crops from kangaroos, we can build the fence to meet your needs. We also source custom-made steel strainer posts for rural installations, that are longer lasting than wooden posts and specifically designed to work with our fencing system. We will always endeavour to meet our clients' requests and will work with you to install the best possible fence for your budget. 

At Abbiss Fencing, we are serious about maintaining a safe working environment for our team, following all the mandated safety procedures as specified by WorkSafe. We also make sure that all of our insurance policies are up to date, bringing 20 million dollars worth of public liability cover to every job we undertake. Using state-of-the-art equipment, our unique high efficiency system and the latest technological innovations in fencing on every job, we can create the kind of strong, long-lasting fences that keep our customers calling.

Let us help you to get the best out of your property today!


High Quality Rural Fencing in the Blackwood River Valley, Southern Forests and beyond...

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