Australia's leading dairy builder


...because Dairy Constructions works closely with customers to deliver efficient profitable solutions that provide long term advantages in animal handling, operator comfort and a healthy return on investment.

What's more, as a leading supplier of dairy industry infrastructure, Dairy Constructions ensures that the latest advances in functional and cost effective technologies are at the heart of every project. For more information about what we do and who we are, please see the About section.


Dairy Constructions expertly manages the supply, build, and commissioning of new dairy infrastructure including: Herringbone, Rapid Release, Robotic or Rotary installations,Feed Pads, Free Stall Barns, Sheds and Offices, Calf Rearing Facilities, and Yards are all expertly constructed to suit individual requirements.
For more information on the Products we provide please see the Products section above.

Dairy Constructions services start with the Design and Drafting of new infrastructure and the subsequent processing of Council Plans and Permits. After we have carried out all construction aspects of the project, we continue to look after the interests of our customers - right through the selection of feed systems, milking machines, milk vats, effluent systems and ancillary equipment.
Being an independent dairy builder, Dairy Constructions can source equipment on the basis of value and performance rather than brand choice.
And when the infrastructure is commissioned we continue to look after clients through a range of additional services including Farm Audit and Assessments, Animal Health, Hygiene and Nutrition Advice.
For more information on the services we provide please see the Services section above.


On our Gallery page there is a selection of before, during and after shots of a number of projects. The images include Dairies, Feedpads, Farm Buildings, and Infrastructure including Calf Rearing Facilities.
Go to the Gallery page for more information.

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Dairy Constructions issues a periodic eNewsletter showcasing progress on our current or recent projects, new technologies and events.
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