Rover’s range of powerful Spring Assist™ easy-start outdoor power equipment makes light work of backyard maintenance. Versatile Rover line trimmers are compatible with multi-tool attachments for lawn edging, brush cutting, hedge trimming, pruning, cultivating, and leaf blowing.
Versatile Garden Power Tools
Benefiting from legendary build quality, Rover's power garden tools range is also extremely versatile. All current model 2-stroke and 4-stroke Rover whipper snippers can be fitted with a wide range of handy optional attachments, including a lawn edger, hedge trimmer, pruning saw, cultivator, brush cutter, and leaf blower. Tackle any job around your backyard with Rover.
Easy Starting, Long Lasting
Tested here and and built tough for Australian conditions, Rover handheld power equipment uses our patented Spring Assist™ starting technology for an effortless start every time. Rover garden power tools are ergonomically engineered, safe, and simple to use, making it easy to keep your lawn & garden looking neat and tidy all year round. For year after year reliability and easy starting, you can't beat Rover.
Rover’s range of high-performance, easy operation grass trimmer tools are low noise, lightweight and well balanced. Rover combi line trimmers can also be customised with specialty attachments.
Line Trimmers & Value Bundles
Rover line trimmers can be purchased invidually or bundled together with additional attachments for added value and versatility.
Rover’s powerful multipurpose combination leaf blower and vacuum make cleaning up fallen leaves, dust, dirt and other yard debris quick and easy.
Rover has a comprehensive range of line trimmer attachments and accessories to turn your grass trimmer into the perfect tool for your specific garden needs.
1. What is the difference between a line grass trimmer and a brush cutter?
Line trimmers, also called grass trimmers, whipper snippers or weed whackers, as the name suggests, are fitted with hardy trimmer line which spins around at high speed to cut through long grass and weeds. Line trimmers are also helpful for neatening up lawn edges and can get right up against walls, fences and trees without causing damage. Rover line trimmers also feature a handy 90 degree turning shaft to allow for easy and precise trimming of edges along garden beds, pathways, gutters etc, without needing to turn the whole machine or work in an awkward position.
A brush cutter is the heavy-duty big brother of the grass trimmer. Brush cutters are fitted with a metal blade making them more suitable for heavier duty clearing jobs, such as cutting through thicker overgrown weeds or clearing blackberries, bracken etc. All current model Rover line trimmers can be easily fitted with an optional brushcutter attachment, giving you the best of both worlds.
2. What is the difference between a petrol and a battery line trimmer?
Rover’s trimmer range has both 2-stroke & 4-stroke petrol, and battery-powered models available. Petrol powered line trimmers generally provide more power and a longer run time, and are therefore more suited to larger and more overgrown trimming and clearing applications, such as around large suburban or rural properties, or for those who just want to power through and get the job done quickly.
Battery-powered trimmers are generally less powerful and require recharging more frequently than a petrol unit would require refuelling. However battery trimmers are considerably quieter, making them ideal for smaller and more regularly maintained residential applications. Battery line trimmers also have the advantage of push button starting for those who dont like to pull on a starter cord.
3. Can I buy Rover power garden tools online?
4. Where are your dealers located?
Rover garden power tools are for sale through out network of over 500 dealers Australia-wide, covering all major metro and regional areas.
Below are just a few places you’ll find a trusted Rover sales and service partner, but to find one nearest to you, we recommend popping your postcode into our handy Dealer Locator facility.
Australian Capital Territory – Canberra, Mitchell, Queanbeyan
New South Wales – Bathurst, Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Broken Hill, Byron Bay, Campbelltown, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, Goulburn, Newcastle, Parramatta, Penrith, Port Macquarie, Sydney, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong
Northern Territory - Alice Springs, Darwin, Tennant Creek
Queensland –Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Mackay, Rockhampton, Toowoomba, Townsville
South Australia – Adelaide, Mount Gambier, Murray Bridge, Renmark, Victor Harbor
Tasmania –Devonport, Hobart, Launceston
Victoria –Ballarat, Bendigo, Burwood, Chadstone, Dandenong, Echuca, Frankston, Geelong, Gippsland, Melbourne, Pakenham, Ringwood, Warburton, Werribee
Western Australia – Albany, Broome, Bunbury, Fremantle, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Mandurah, Perth Port Hedland