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Dingo Australia
9 Owen Street East, Dalby Queensland 4405

The Dingo mini loader concept began in Australia in the early 1980’s. Current owner Gary Briggs bought the Dingo manufacturing rights in 1991 and began to reinvent the Dingo from our factory in Dalby, Queensland.

Since then Dingo Australia has pioneered the mini digger industry to the point where the Dingo is the brand people ask for by name and is a commonly seen as a labour saver on most job sites, hire yards and even the odd backyard renovation TV show.

More recently in March 2020, Dingo Australia and Wacker Neuson announced a strategic and exclusive alliance.

As one of the world’s largest construction and light equipment manufacturers, Wacker Neuson already provides world-class construction equipment to the Australian equipment market. As sole Australian and New Zealand distributors for the new range of mini diggers, manufactured in Dalby, Queensland by Dingo Australia, they can now provide an unparalleled range of equipment and solutions to the hire, construction and landscape creation industries.

This alliance allows the proven range of Dingo products to be exclusively available throughout the network of Wacker Neuson Dealers across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific regions.

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Rotary Hoe




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2024 Dingo Other
Body Type
Rotary Hoe

9 Owen Street East,  Dalby  Queensland  4405



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Price POA The Dingo Rotary Hoe has a full 1m cut and digs to approximately 150mm deep. Like the trencher, the ground speed is controlled with the flow divider so the hoe can be worked at a speed relative to the toughness of the ground being hoed. Hoeing is done with the machine in reverse, so you can clearly see where you are going and don’t drive over the freshly tilled soil. Another common use for the Rotary Hoe is loosening areas where dirt has to be removed for example driveways and footpaths. The Dingo’s unique multi pump hydraulic system combined with the flow divider (used for trenching) allows infinite control of the ground speed allowing you to choose a slower speed for tough conditions and faster speeds for softer conditions. The fine speed control and the Dingo’s incredible hydraulic power, allows the Rotary Hoe to till the toughest soil and even bitumen. The Dingo Rotary Hoe is a very good gardening tool, but it is often found on construction sites loosening up dirt before removal. It is great for creating a square edge or a flat bottom to an area where dirt needs to be removed. This is one tough bit of equipment. Used For: Digging garden beds, loosening topsoil, concrete slab preparation. Used By: Landscapers, Contractors and Hire Companies.. Width of Cut1000mmMax Cutting Depth150mmTinesHardened, double edge, replaceableSpeedVariableApprox Weight170kgHydraulic Flow40-47 l/min

* Above example based 60 months with 10% deposit at an interest rate of 6.85% p.a. These payments are intended as a guide only. Different amounts, terms and your credit profile may result in different comparison rates and payments. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees and cost savings such as fee waivers, are not included in this example but may influence the cost of the loan. An exact quote must be obtained at the time of application. Please see a staff member for further terms and conditions and your financial adviser for any further information. This information is correct as of 24/06/2024 Comparison rate 6.85% p.a based on a $30,000 loan amount on a 60-month term and 10% deposit.


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