• Harness the power of nature in your new home


    Harness the power of nature in your new home

    One of the easiest ways to add value to your new home is to harness the power of nature. Designing your home to maximise natural light and breezes will give it a relaxed, welcoming feel, along with that lovely sunny glow you…

  • You are my sunshine…


    You are my sunshine…

    Over the past decade residential solar power has taken off in Australia, thanks to high feed-in tariffs and comparatively low installation costs. As a result, one in five Australian households now use solar power for its electricity or hot…

  • Add value to your home with a butler’s pantry


    Add value to your home with a butler’s pantry

    Nothing takes the shine off a dinner party quite like piles of dirty dishes in the sink. If you entertain regularly, you’ll know that open-plan living spaces make it easy to prepare food and serve guests from…

  • The Fernbank range – meet your new home


    The Fernbank range – meet your new home

  • Out With The Old Home, In With The New



    Real estate agents love to tell you that location is everything – and often they’re right. Location is a huge consideration for most homebuyers and can be crucial in determining your home’s value;…

  • Holiday at Home in Luxury



    Looking to bring a touch of the exotic into your everyday life? Look no further than the new Element MANDALAY design by G.J. Gardner Homes.

    This beautiful family home is influenced by traditional pavilion-style architecture, with…

  • Get In First



    Signing the contract on your first home is one of the most exciting times in your life. But before you reach this milestone, there are a few important things to consider. One of the biggest decisions you will need to make is whether to buy an…

  • Down, Down, Rates are Down



    On February 3, the Reserve Bank lowered Australia’s official cash rate to 2.25 per cent – a record low designed to boost business and consumer confidence in the face of slowing economic growth.


  • New Year, New Home



    The new year is a time for goal setting – to eat healthy, get fit, save money or go on a holiday. It’s also the perfect time to think about your living situation, and where you want to be over the coming year.

    If you’re…

  • In Your Element



    It’s true that building on a steep or sloping block can be more challenging than on a standard site. But the end result – a beautiful split-level home that makes the most of aspect and views – is well worth the extra planning and effort.


  • A Custom-Built Lifestyle



    Designing a new home is one of the most exciting times in your life. But with so many choices, there’s no doubt the process can also be a little overwhelming. There are myriad floorplans, inclusions and colour schemes on offer, and you…

  • An Interesting Choice



    Unless you’ve been lucky enough to win lotto recently, it’s likely you’ll be building your new home with some help from your local bank manager. Taking out a mortgage or home loan is a big step, and it’s important to shop…

  • Buderim 290



    Building on a narrow lot? You don’t need to settle for a small, boxy house design.

    Instead, take a look at our new Element Metro Series, a range of contemporary homes carefully designed to suit narrow…

  • Sustainable Living



    Temperatures are on the rise – along with household living costs. So whether you are building a new family home or an investment property, it makes good financial sense to invest in sustainable design and construction.


  • The Great Outdoors



    When you’re blessed with one of the most livable climates in the world, it makes sense to get outside and enjoy the warmer months. But now that summer is here, are you making the most of your home’s outdoor spaces?

    Most G.J.…



    Can’t decide whether to purchase an existing home or build your own? Here are a few issues to consider.


    Buying an existing home often results in a cheaper overall price per square metre, but that shouldn’t be the only factor you consider.…



    Forget contracts and settlements – it’s the process of designing a new home that most people are drawn to. However, with a seemingly endless array of choices, it can be difficult to decide which features to include in your new home. Here are some tips to help you step through the process.




    If you are investing in property as a wealth creation strategy, receiving your annual tax bill can be a frustrating experience. In Australia, if you sell an investment property for a higher price than you paid for it the profit is known as a capital gain, and you will be liable for capital gains…



    Building a new home should be one of the most exciting times in your life, but without the proper planning it can also be one of the most stressful. A good way to simplify the process is to opt for a house and land package.

    A house and land package allows you to streamline your purchase…

  • To rent or to buy?


    Home ownership has been the great Australian dream for generations, but it seems a growing number of young people are choosing to delay purchasing a property and are taking their chances in the rental market instead. They cite lifestyle reasons and a lack of affordability as key factors in their…

  • Can you time the property market?


    If you’re considering buying a property, it can be difficult to know whether you have chosen the right time to invest. The health of the property market is closely tied to the strength of the national economy, and the media is full of conflicting – and often alarming – stories…

  • Renovating the heart of your home - Your kitchen


    Anyone who has experienced it firsthand will tell you that renovating your home is no small task. A well-executed reno that stays within budget requires a good deal of work in the planning and design stages, and nowhere is this more important than in the kitchen, which is the hub of most contemporary…

  • Spruce up your home before you take it to market


    When you live in a home every day you tend to become blinded to its imperfections. A dented wall here, a loose floorboard there – it all adds character, right? But to a potential buyer with plenty of choice, that stained grout in the bathroom can be the difference between a dream home and…



    Building a new home is one of the most exciting milestones in anyone’s life. It is also one of the biggest investments, which means setting a budget and sticking to it are crucial steps in the home-building process.

    But an affordable property shouldn’t mean missing out on…

  • Is housing affordability still a key concern for you?


    Australians are increasingly concerned about housing affordability, according to a recent survey by

    The national property website surveyed Australians about their sentiment towards housing affordability, their financial position and their feelings on market stability…

  • How to spend money to make money on your next renovation


    Every renovator wishes they had an unlimited bank account. But if, like us, you need to watch your pennies, here are some tips on how to best spend your budget.

    Kitchens and bathrooms are the most expensive rooms in the house, but they are also the places where you should spend as much…

  • Designing your new kitchen? The kitchen triangle...


    More than any other room in the house, a kitchen needs to be functional. Gone are the days when this area was used only for cooking – in most households the kitchen is now the primary living space and doubles as a dining and entertaining area too.

    So when you are designing a new…

  • How to choose the right realestate agent to sell your home


    Selling your home? Here are a few tips to help you sort through that pile of glossy flyers and choose the real estate agent who’s right for the job.


    Your real estate agent should establish good lines of communication with you from the very…

  • How can you make sure you select the right builder?


    When it comes to building your new home, choosing a builder is one of the most important steps. Here is a guide to make sure you find the right one.

    Checks and balances

    Your builder (and all tradespeople who work on your property) should be licensed and properly…

  • Tips to help you choose the right block of land?


    While buying a block of land seems like the easiest part of the home-building process, there are still a few key things to consider before you sign on the dotted line.

    Size and shape

    While the size of your block will be a factor, its overall shape is just…

  • Designing the home of your dreams? Keep these ideas in mind


    Ready to start planning the house of your dreams? We have a few tips to help get you there.

    Check it twice

    The first thing to do is make a list of your needs and wants. Three bedrooms might be non-negotiable, four a luxury; you need two bathrooms but could…

  • Backyard looking a little tired. G.J.'s top tips


    Backyard looking a little tired? There are a few must-haves to create the outdoor space of your dreams. Update these four elements, fire up the barbecue and you’ll be entertaining in no time.


    If you have an existing pool, consider updating the…

  • Tax Time!


    Property investors can minimise end of financial year panic and maximise tax benefits with a few easy steps.

    Keep your receipts

    This may sound simple, but it’s amazing how many of us don’t keep documentation of expenditure during the financial…

  • Housing market remains healthy in 2014!


    The latest figures from national property analysts RPData are a mixed bag but show the national housing market remains healthy in 2014. Here’s what happened to property in the first three months of 2014.

    Prices refused to budge

    Average capital city prices…

  • Tips for designing the kitchen of your dreams


    Designing the kitchen of your dreams? Here are some foolproof tips for creating a functional space that also looks great.

    Keep it smooth

    Streamlined surfaces are key to achieving a sleek, uncluttered look. Think floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, square-set edges…

  • Invest for cash or capital gains?


    Property investment is the easiest way to generate personal wealth. But which strategy is best – cash flow or capital growth?

    Cash flow

    Investing for cash flow means purchasing a property that will deliver rental returns that exceed your expenses –…

  • Smeg competition winner announced!


    Smeg competition winner announced!

    After over one thousand entries across NSW over a three-month period we are excited to announce the winner of the smeg kitchen appliance package!

    Congratulations to Scott Gale from the Coffs Coast who has just won a beautiful new smeg kitchen…

  • Rheem: hot water system supplier to charity project home


    Rheem hot water - it’s as iconic as Vegemite and Victor mowers. The company started trading in Australian in 1936 and three years later made their first water heater. They are now one of the leading names for quality hot water systems and because of this they can help their customers choose…

  • GWA Group and G. J. Gardner Homes: innovative and inspiring


    A home is the sum of its parts and G. J. Gardner Homes are known not just for their innovative architecture, but for their beautiful internal fittings as well. These fittings have to fulfil three key requirements: be long lasting, hard wearing and good looking. Because of this exacting standard…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Illawarra help raise over $105,000 for Charity


    Sometimes the most inspiring projects begin in the simplest ways. Five years ago Jason Gow, Managing Director of G J Gardner Homes Illawarra, was chatting with a friend who owned a café near his home. They had organised a charity walk to raise funds for Camp Quality which does amazing work…

  • G.J. Variety Freedom House Project Raises $225,000 for charity!


    Welcome to the G.J. Variety Freedom House story! It is an inspiring tale of local heroes, generosity and vision.

    This project began when developer Bruce McDonald gave a significantly discounted block of land in Bomaderry, on the NSW south coast, to Variety the Children’s Charity.…

  • Don’t just do it yourself, do it smart: An insiders guide to renovating


    Mortgage Choice recently surveyed homeowners asking them if they planned to renovate. Forty per cent said they were and the areas targeted for a makeover included the two stalwarts, the kitchen and the bathroom but also showed that a new renovation priority was the alfresco.


  • Tips for first homebuyers


    Case study: Ben Everingham

    4 years ago I worked up the…

  • First home buyer tips on building your first home


    It’s an exciting time to be looking atbuying and building your first…

  • Caesarstone and G. J. Gardner Homes: a winning combination


    One of the most inspiring Australian charities is Variety, known as ‘the children’s charity’. We have been proud to partner with them in an extraordinary project to raise a significant amount of money for this not-for-profit body committed to making the lives easier for Australian…

  • Bradnams and G. J. Gardner Homes: a classy collaboration


    One of the most inspiring business-charity partnerships is about to wrap up on the NSW South Coast. G. J. Gardner Homes and the children’s charity Variety have formed a creative alliance to raise a significant amount of money for this wonderful charitable organisation. It all began when Bruce…

  • B & D and G. J. Gardner Homes: an Australian iconic brand builds with us


    Welcome to the GJ Variety Freedom House story. You don’t know about this wonderful project? Here’s a re-cap: it began when a local developer Bruce McDonald donated a block of land near Nowra to Variety, the Children’s Charity. This special organisation is a national not-for-profit…

  • 6 Massive Tips From 32 Year Old Property Investor And Developer Chris Moscher!


    Chris Moscher is the type of guy you knew growing up.

    You know that one that was modest, likeable and would do anything for anyone.

    As a 32 year old property investor Chris owns two very successful G.J. Gardner Homes franchisees, has a beautiful family and a growing property…

  • G.J. Variety Freedom House auctioned raising $225,000 for Variety - the Children’s Charity


    A newly completed four-bedroom house in Sydney’s south coast went under the hammer at the end of the month all in the name of charity.

    Shoalhaven’s G.J. Gardner Homes joined forces with Variety — the Children’s Charity to build the first G.J. Variety Freedom House…

  • Why its important to review your home loan


    Make one of your New Year property resolutions each year to look afresh at your home loan because there is now a variance, by nearly 3 per cent, of interest rates across the major lenders.

    As ever the cheapest rate is not necessarily the best, you will need to carefully assess your own…

  • Does your builder shape up?


    It is important to be an active participant in your home’s construction, but how do you walk the fine line between overseeing the building of your new home and respecting your builder’s right to get on with the job?

    Visiting your home during its construction is part of seeing…

  • Landscaping tips and tricks


    The demand for quality outdoor-indoor spaces is increasing, with no sign of a lag in Australian’s love affair with the alfresco. A flow on effect of this is the importance of landscaping, which for a relatively modest investment can seriously increase your property’s value. Here are…

  • Katrina from the block reviews a G.J. Gardner Homes Plan


    A few weeks ago Katrina from the block reviewed G.J. Gardner Homes

  • Investment Property Case Study – How did Newcastle Knights Cheerleader Tania Smith Buy 3 houses Before She Was 30?


    When 30-year-old Newcastle Knights cheerleader Tania Smith told us she’d built a portfolio of 3…

  • Negative gearing verse positive gearing? Turning a negative into a positive!


    Negative gearing verse positive gearing?

    This is one of the mosthotlydebated questions…

  • 5 NSW suburbs set for growth in 2014, for under $450,000


    Each year Your Investment Property Magazine publishes a feature on Australia’s top 100 suburbs…

  • Are you considering an investment property? Have you thought about risk?


    Being an accountant I see a lot of clients who want to understand more about buying a investment properties.

  • Top 10 renovation tips – to add capital gains and rental income to your property portfolio


    Despite the major pitfalls associated with renovating, countless investors have used this strategy to…

  • How to pay off a 30-year home loan in 7-10 years


    A couple of years ago I meet a 33 year old who owned a 2 million dollar home on the water in Sydney.

    I asked him how he had…

  • Ready, set, go in 2014: A quick look at the NSW property market


    Every year Your Investment Property magazine predicts properties to watch out for in the coming year, those which indicate a strong potential for growth. Here are some of our standout favourites.

    Tweed Heads

    Positioned beautifully on the NSW-Queensland…

  • Residential property: Do you look at it as a home or a financial asset?


    One of the golden rules in property, stay emotionally unattached, is the one most commonly broken. It’s understandable. For many people a home can only be considered from the heart, it’s our primary shelter and fulfils a deep need to have ‘a roof over our head’ and make…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Classic Coolum Design Range


    Do you long for a home where you can celebrate the vibrancy of family life while enjoying all the comforts great design brings? G. J. Gardner Homes is proud to introduce an extensive new range of house designs for 2014. These architecturally designed homes are modern, spacious and have been created…

  • Win a smeg kitchen appliance package


    G.J. Gardner has partnered with smeg, to provide one lucky winner with a smeg kitchen appliance package valued at $6,300.

    To enter just tell us in 25 words or less what you like most about G.J. Gardner Homes and you'll go into the draw to win!!!

    The package includes…

  • Recovering US property market firms up growth plans for Australian homebuilder


    Having established G.J. Gardner Homes as a leading homebuilder in Australia and New Zealand with more than 82 franchisees, the company has a bold expansion plan for the US, which is being underpinned by an improving housing market. G.J. Gardner Homes opened their first US franchise…

  • Attracting the right franchisees in the homebuilding industry


    No matter the industry, all franchise systems face challenges and demands that are unique to their trade. Finding suitable franchisees is a challenge for franchisors across the globe. Hard to believe, given the perks and benefits of joining an established franchise system. For…

  • Thinking about investing in the US? You’d better do your research.


    While there has been an increase in the number of opinion pieces in the media and online claiming significant financial benefits for Australians who invest in the US property market, I’m afraid I have to disagree. As the CEO of an Australian homebuilding company operating in…

  • Your Mortgage


    If you’ve been looking into building a new home through a homebuilding company you would have noticed a large number of companies offering discounts, added extras and sometimes outrageous incentives to entice investors to purchase a home. I have come across some fairly enticing…

  • Homebuilding company makes BRW’s top 25 franchises


    G.J. Gardner has been ranked 22nd on BRW’s Fast Franchises 2013 list—the only homebuilding or construction company to be listed in the top 25. The ranking was a pleasant surprise for G.J. Gardner Homes CEO, Darren Wallis, acknowledging the tough competition and rapid…

  • Mooloolaba homebuilder goes homeless for the night


    CEO of international homebuilding company G.J. Gardner Homes, Darren Wallis, builds dream homes for a living, but on Thursday night (June 20), he’ll spend the night homeless on the streets of Brisbane. The St Vincent de Paul Society CEO Sleepout is a national event that…

  • Build, don’t buy; an industry expert’s top tips for first homebuyers in 2013


    Would-be first homebuyers should be thinking seriously about building their home instead of buying in 2013, a leading international homebuilder has said. Darren Wallis, CEO of homebuilding company, G.J. Gardner Homes, said a combination of record low interest rates and financial…

  • Build, don’t buy; an industry expert’s top tips for first homebuyers in 2013


    Would-be first homebuyers should be thinking seriously about building their home instead of buying in 2013, a leading international homebuilder has said. Darren Wallis, CEO of homebuilding company, G.J. Gardner Homes, said a combination of record low interest rates and…

  • The homebuilder from ‘down under’ takes US market by storm


    In 2005, CEO of G.J. Gardner Homes, Darren Wallis, packed his suitcase and left Australia with a plan to expand his successful homebuilding company into the United States. With no contacts, map and limited knowledge of the United States property market, Wallis said it was…

  • Darren Wallis: front-runner for Construction Executive of the Year


    CEO of G.J. Gardner Homes, Darren Wallis, has been announced as a finalist for The CEO Magazine’s Construction Executive of the Year Award. The ‘2012 Executive of the Year Awards’, to be staged in Sydney on 29 November 2012, is one of Australia’s most prestigious…



    Australia’s most successful franchised residential home builder, G.J. Gardner Homes, is amongst the nation’s top 10 largest new home builders for the first time in 2011/12, according to the latest HIACOLORBOND® steel Housing 100 Report. The HIA report, which ranks…

  • GJ Gardner Homes Fraser Coast wins Display Home Award


    At tonight’s HIA-CSR Sunshine Coast/Wide Bay Housing Awards GJ Gardner Homes Fraser Coast took out the Display Home $300,001-$500,000 Award for their "Silkwood 264" display home in Pialba.

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Gympie Winner 2012 Master Builders Best Display Home Award Sunshine Coast


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    New home buyers the ultimate winners with G.J. Gardner Homes Gympie taking out the 2012 Master Builders Best Display Home…

  • Downsizing doesn’t mean compromising home design or lifestyle with G.J Gardner


    To meet the needs of their clients, G.J. Gardner Homes are increasingly building smarter family homes, especially in metropolitan areas. These home owners usually consist of young families who want to live close to good schools, parks and nice restaurants but not too far from the city.…

  • House and land package a worthwhile investment


    When looking at investment properties, most buyers assume that an established house or apartment offer the cheapest and easiest option. On closer analysis however, when the hidden costs of extras are added in and the risks associated with older properties are factored in, the picture changes for…

  • Visiting a display home a great way to experience a G.J. Gardner home


    What better way to find out what a new G.J. Gardner home is like, than to actually stand inside one? The best way to fully appreciate the quality, finish and ambience of a G.J. Gardner home is to visit one of our exceptional display homes. You can stroll through at your own pace…

  • Standard inclusions a top quality starting point when building with G.J. Gardner


    When building a new home, it’s important that new home builders not only compare their home builder’s level of service, experience and costs but to also study the list of inclusions offered. Comparing inclusions offered by at least three builders is one of the best ways to…

  • Big builder value with small builder service


    At G.J. Gardner, communication is of utmost importance. That is why, when deciding to build a new home, choosing us for your project means you have a unique five-star performance guarantee. This involves customers being invited on site at the completion of the five major stages of construction…

  • New home floor plans for space and flexibility


    When your dream of building a new home starts to take shape, it’s usually the floor plan that is scribbled onto a piece of paper first. Those small boxes will end up being a place where you will need all the space and flexibility to accommodate your life as it evolves. Gone…

  • A house’s façade is an impression that lasts


    Whether it’s a sprawling family home or an entertainer’s beachside retreat, the façade of the home is the essence of a property. It tells a story of what lies behind the front door and it adds not only street appeal but immeasurable value to the resale of the home.


  • Buying a new block of land before building your new home?


    Sometimes new home buyers purchase a block of land to hold onto for a period of time before they construct their new home. When doing this, it’s very important to remember the type of home you think you will want to build before you buy the land. Then, you have to remember…

  • Is your new home builder the complete package?


    Planning and construction of a new home design takes a lot of planning and patience. To the uninitiated, it can be a daunting process. You have to ensure your new home builder is experienced, committed to quality and will deliver in full, on time and within budget.

    As a new home builder,…

  • New home design for the way you think and live


    To create a new home design to suit way you think, live and change, can be a daunting prospect. Here at GJ Gardner we know you want your new home to be compatible with your family’s growing needs and the environment but you also want a statement of style, structure and presence. Just…

  • Rising trend in smaller, smarter homes


    G.J. Gardner Homes, Australia’s largest, franchised homebuilder*, has seen a significant rise in consumer demand for more compact homes, driven by a trend to subdivide and a desire to live closer to the city.


  • GJ Gardner Homes has great success at Herald Sun Home Show


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  • Free Knock Down Rebuild Seminar Explains the Process in Simple Terms


    Northern Beaches based home builder, G.J. Gardner Homes, will hold one of its popular knock down rebuild seminars at its Brookvale premises on Thursday 28 July at 6pm.According to managing director, Horst Lueckl, the knock down rebuild seminars are designed to explain the process, from start to…

  • Perfectly Aligned


    When Melissa and Horst stumbled upon a renovator’sdelight, luck was on their side in more ways than one

  • Townsville Turns Ten!!!


    This month ten years ago, Graham & Jean Ruddell opened the door to their GJ Gardner Homes office in Townsville. A builder in the Burdekin region for 20 years, Graham decided to make the move to the big smoke of Townsville relocating his family…

  • Two new additions to the Skyward Range


    G.J. Gardner Homes Victoria & Tasmania are proud to announce the arrival of some funky new designs;

    Firstly, Two new additions to our famous Skyward Range! Introducing The Aquila, and The Dorado -Two Storey.



    G.J. Gardner Homes Queensland has launched an exciting new range of ‘Express Series’ homes for fast, great value home building.

  • CONGRATULATIONS CARLEE….you are now a world record holder!


    Carlee Beattie & Murray Kahler

    G.J. Gardner…

  • Woody Brook Joint Venture Home @ Belmont North


    The team at G.J. Gardner Homes Newcastle has put their money where their mouth is by pitching in their money and expertise to build a house in Belmont North.

    Headed by John Nikolovski and Jamie Arratoon, the building company has established a staff housing project spear headed by new…

  • Weekender Article - Builder in awards hat-trick


    G.J. Gardner Homes CEO Darren Wallis says the company’s awards haul is recognition of its industry leadership. By Jodie Grinsted GOOD things come in threes – just…

  • And the winner of Innovation, Enterprise AND Service Excellence Australian Business Awards is...


    And the winner of Innovation, Enterprise AND Service Excellence is G.J Gardner Homes

    Last week G.J Gardner Homes proved good things can come in threes, winning an overwhelming number of categories in the 2010 Australian Business Awards for Innovation, Enterprise…

  • G.J. GARDNER HOMES PUTS SPRING IN CARLEE’S STEP –Builder Supports Warwick Paralympian’s Sporting Quest


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    G.J. GARDNER HOMES PUTS SPRING IN CARLEE’S STEP – Builder Supports Warwick Paralympian’s Sporting Quest

    Queensland home builder G.J. Gardner Homes has put the international sporting dreams of Warwick Paralympian…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Wins the 2009 HIA CSR Victorian Marketing Award for Telling the Truth!


    The HIA would like to congratulate GJ Gardner Homes for winning the prestigious HIA CSR Victorian Marketing Award.

    The awards held on November 6 at Crown's Palladium Ballroom, recognize excellence in housing.
    The awards were announced before a crowd of 800 industry leaders…

  • Moving on up in HIA Rankings!


    G.J. GARDNER HOMES have joined the elite group of one of the top ten NSW detached house builders.

    When spoken to today, Jayne Moran of G.J. Gardner Homes said “We have been increasing our market share over recent years by providing quality homes at most competitive prices while…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Moves Up in Top 200!


    G.J. Gardner Homes has moved up seven places in the top 200 franchises around the globe, according to a report released this month.

    The report, released by Franchise Times magazine, details the top grossing 200 international franchises. See the report here for more details -

  • G.J. Gardner Homes in HIA Top Ten!


    Last week the HIA (Housing Industry of Australia) released the top 100 builders in Australia for 2008/2009.

    G.J. Gardner Homes celebrated their first ever entry into the top 10 builders.

    G.J. Gardner Homes was listed at number nine on the list of builders in the whole of Australia…

  • Food and wine – a big part of G.J. Gardner Home & Leisure Show 2008


    Food and wine will play a big part in this year’s G.J. Gardner Home & Leisure Show in Tamworth with the incorporation again of the New England North West Food & Wine Fair.

  • G.J. Gardner Home & Leisure Show introduces innovations "changing the way we live"


    The G.J. Gardner Home & Leisure Show coming up in Tamworth on October 18th and 19th is all about enjoying our ultimate lifestyle, according to organisers, "and this year, the show will introduce innovations aimed at changing the way we live".

  • G J Gardner Homes to sponsor 23rd anniversary Home & Leisure Show


    Twenty three years after the first Tamworth Home & Leisure Show, held in 1985, the event is being relaunched with a new sponsor.

    Dianna Lockwood, Sales Manager of Rural Press Events, which stages the Show, has welcomed G J Gardner Homes as…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes ranks in Top 200 Franchises!


    G.J. Gardner Homes ranks in Top 200 Franchises

    G.J. Gardner Homes has been ranked as one of the top two hundred franchised companies…

  • Display Home award to G.J. Gardner Homes!


    G.J. Gardner Homes Tweed Heads has taken out the award for their stunning display home "The Sanctuary", at Salt Village, Kingscliffe.

    The Award was passed to Debbie Stoffels and Chris Meekin at the the Master Builders Excellence in Regional Building Awards on Saturday…

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Expands Into Albury


    It is with great excitement that I announce thatPeter Hudechasopened G.J Gardner Home’s newest office in Albury.

    Peterhas a wealth of building experience on the border and has followed in the foot steps of his father who was also a builder in the region.


  • Don't Just Build a Home - Build an Orphanage as Well!


    Australian Builders to Construct New Kenyan Orphanage

  • G.J. Gardner Homes Taree Lends a Helping Hand


    Recently, Mike Kucinskis and the rest of the team at G.J. Gardner Homes Taree pulled together a miracle for a local Taree family who had been dealt a lot of hard blows throughout their life with illness and injury.

    By working his suppliers, Mick was able to build the family a home with…

Images and photographs may depict fixtures, finishes and features either not supplied by G.J. Gardner Homes or not included in any price stated. These items include furniture, swimming pools, pool decks, fences, landscaping. Price does not include all facades shown. For detailed home pricing, please talk to a new homes consultant.