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Pro Fencing Newcastle

Pro Fencing Newcastle

147 Newcastle Road
Wallsend New South Wales 2287

(02) 4005 0410

Business Description

Pro Fencing Newcastle is your trusted partner for high quality fencing solutions. As a full-service fence installation company, we take pride in transforming your property with durable and attractive fencing options. With expertise spanning all types of fencing, gates and entry services, we offer a wide spectrum of choices to meet your specific needs. Our skilled tradesman, backed by decades of experience, ensure the highest quality in every project. We prioritize customer satisfaction, timely project completion, and transparent communication. Whether you seek classic wooden fencing, steel, colorbond or robust commercial security, Pro Fencing Newcastle has you covered. Discover excellence in fencing with us.

Business Hours

Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Wallsend

Wallsend is a western suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Newcastle's central business district. It is split between the local government areas of City of Newcastle and City of Lake Macquarie. == History == The Awabakal and Worimi peoples are acknowledged by City of Newcastle as the traditional custodians of the land situated within the Newcastle local government area, including wetlands, rivers, creeks, and coastal environments. It is known that their heritage and cultural ties to Newcastle date back tens of thousands of years.Lieutenant Edward Close, an engineer and founder of Morpeth, recorded that part of the Wallsend area was called Barrahinebin by the Aboriginal custodians. Close reported that Barrahinebin was used to describe the area bounded by the Hunter River, Ironbark Creek and Mount Sugarloaf.Wallsend was named after a North of England coal mining township, initially built at the end of a Roman defensive wall, a town to the east of Newcastle upon Tyne. The name was given to the area by Alexander Brown in the 1850s when he purchased land bounded by what are now Newcastle Road, Boundary, and Croudace Streets and beyond Gunambi Road. The company he formed to operate the colliery which opened in January 1861 was called the Newcastle-Wallsend Coal Company.The suburb began as two mining towns, Wallsend and Plattsburg. Wallsend was the more developed and as it grew it linked to Plattsburg via Nelson Street. Wallsend was proclaimed a separate municipality in early 1874, but the two areas had re-joined by 1915. The coal mined at Wallsend was of very good quality and the township prospered, creating the commercial hub it is today.

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