Darling Earth Movers specialize in large feature works like Entry statements and water features utilizing a number of different mediums like natural stone, wood, steel and concrete. We have extensive experience creating developments in harmony with the natural environment.

Call Darling Earth Movers for your next landscaping or rockworks project. Below is a list of some of the projects we have completed since 2000.


Bungendore Park, Bedfordale
Darling Earth is currently working towards Entry statement walls – rammed earth & laterite

Town of Dowerin
Entry Statement – granite & Toodyay stone

Town of Trayning
Entry Statement – dolerite & moss rock


Morgan Fields Estate, Gnangara Road
Entry Statement walls, retaining walls and piers, stone water feature – ironstone laterite

Town of Brookton
Entry Statement walls & signage – moss rock

Murray River Crossing, Pinjarra
Gabion retaining walls & earthworks– limestone

Narrows Bridge Duplication
Gabion retaining walls – limestone

Millbrook Winery, Jarrahdale
Entry Statement including signage, Winery walls, piers, bridges – random granite


Swan River Trust, East Fremantle
River retaining wall – limestone

Town of Mukinbudin
Streetscape, Railway Station feature wall & water feature – dolerite & granite

Millbrook Winery, Jarrahdale
Two feature fireplaces – Toodyay Stone

Fremantle Cemetery Board
Memorial plaque walls, retaining walls, screen walls – random rubble limestone and limestone blocks

Harvey Dam
Retaining walls, seating walls, amphitheatre, stage, Lookout viewing platform, barbecues – moss rock


Kings Park & Botanic Gardens
Wall across Women’s Memorial Valley – granite

Woodlake Rise Entry Statement – moss rock & random limestone rubble and limestone blocks

Kings Park & Botanic Gardens (current)
Thomas Road Entry Statement – limestone random rubble walls


Dunsborough Lakes
Entry Statement; spillways; laterite retaining walls (380 lineal metres x 2.5m high) aroundlakes, including all earthworks, dewatering, backfilling and compaction. Approx contract value $520,000.00


Waroona Town Square
Construction of laterite stone walls for the amphitheatre

Kalamunda Glades Shopping Centre Redevelopment
Drill and blast site cut 5.5 meters deep for a full city block behind and around existing operational shopping centers using low-intensity blast techniques. Construction of stone retaining walls and Entry Statements in front of the site.


Mazenod College, Lesmurdie
Construction of laterite stone feature columns and retaining walls for the new Administration Building

Numerous works for private clients, including stonemasonry, waterfalls and sculptures in metal, timber & stone.

Michael O’Neill also owns and operates the Waterwheel Gallery in Bedfordale – a unique stone and timber structure built by Michael using recycled timbers, local stone and Toodyay stone. The gallery is a venue for Western Australian artists to display their works.