For the perfect cut every time, you can't go past Rover's range of lawn mowers, designed and built for Australian conditions. With a wide range of sizes, features and discharge options, to suit any application.
Safe, easy starting lawn mowers for every family
Rover lawnmowers are easy to start, ergonomically designed, and offer smooth rolling, clean catching performance. Anyone can mow like a pro with Rover!
Your family's safety always comes first. All Rover mowers are fitted with Safe Stop technology. This innovative operator presence control instantly stops the mower if the operator steps away, keeping you and others around you safe at all times.
Year after year reliability for all mowing conditions
Rover's industry-leading 5-year unit and engine warranty gives added peace of mind. Enjoy year after year of reliable mowing with Rover.
Whether you prefer a traditional push mower, or the effortless ease of a self-propelled mower, Rover has the perfect rotary mower for every lawn enthusiast.
Rover offers a range of residential lawnmower models for all block sizes, from small courtyards up to large backyards of an acre or more.
The first Rover lawn mower rolled off the production line in 1956, and through the years ever since, we have learnt a few things about lawns and lawn mowers.
A lot has changed since your Grand-dad bought his first trusty Rover, but our dedication to building tough, reliable lawn mowers remains as strong now as it was then.
Today's Rover lawn mowers are such a pleasure to use that the task of maintaining your lawns is no longer a chore.
Discover the joy a Rover lawnmower can bring to your gardening routine, and take pride in creating your perfect outdoor oasis to enjoy with family and friends. And of course for bigger backyards and blocks, Rover also offers a range of time-saving Ride-On and Zero Turn mowers.
1. What is the difference between a push mower and a self-propelled mower?
When buying a Rover walk behind mower, you have the choice of push or self-propelled operation.
A push mower moves via the operator manually, controlling the speed and direction by pushing the mower. Push mowers are suitable for smaller, flat lawns of no more than 1/4 acre because they require some physical exertion.
A self-propelled mower, as the name suggests, doesn't require the user to push manually. The mower uses a drive system that spins the wheels mechanically to advance the mower forward, with the operator setting the speed to keep pace behind it comfortably. For lawns over a 1/4 acre, the drive assistance of a self-propelled lawn mower will make mowing easier, faster and more enjoyable, and the added traction they offer is particularly useful for cutting hilly lawns.
You will pay more if you buy a self-propelled mower; however, the extra cost is offset by the time and effort they save.
2. Which sized cutting deck do I need?
The size of the cutting deck depends on the size of your property and your budget. The larger the deck, the less time you will spend mowing as each pass will cut a wider section of grass. If you have a smaller property, or have obstacles that require manoeuvring around, a smaller steel deck lawn mower may be a better choice. The most commonly chosen residential steel deck size is 46cm (18") however Rover also offer larger 53cm (21") deck models.
3. Can I buy your lawn mowers online?
4. Where are your dealers located?
Rover lawnmowers are for sale through out network of over 400 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