Husqvarna’s Robot Mowers Are The Secret To Perfect Grass All Year Round

Husqvarna’s Robot Mowers Are The Secret To Perfect Grass All Year Round

Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon


Australians feel a deep pride about a well-maintained lawn, no matter if you’re working with a modest nature strip or an MCG-like backyard that’s hosted many a game of Boxing Day cricket. For those folks working with significant real estate and who are looking to level up their lives to spend more time with friends and family, the announcement of the Husqvarna Automower® NERA range is a very big deal.

Most of us are familiar with Husqvarna from its world-class chainsaws and motorbikes, but for nearly 30 years Husqvarna has manufactured automated lawnmowers that can be best thought of as a robot vacuum cleaner for your garden. The Husqvarna Automower® robotic lawn mower can save you hours of time and sweat by being able to mow your lawn right from your phone, as well as helping promote a greener, healthier lawn by mulching the tiny grass clippings and returning them to the lawn.

Now, with the launch of the Automower® NERA range, Husqvarna has taken things to an entirely different level with satellite navigation and wire-free technology to make life even simpler. If you’ve set yourself up with a smart home and love the convenience of things like voice-activated lighting, simply think of the Automower® NERA range as an extension of this intelligent living into your garden.

With cutting-edge virtual boundary technology, the Automower® NERA range uses a satellite and reference station to move across your lawn, no matter the terrain. The wire-free installation allows you to make updates from the Automower® Connect app so you can customise your lawn and apply different cutting schedules, as well as adjust stay-out zones with flexibility and ease.

Husqvarna Automower NERA

“Australians have been waiting for the wire-free technology to reach our shores,” says Pauline Nilsson, Vice President at Husqvarna Australia. “With this next-generation intelligence, NERA will continue to make lawn mowing a breeze, and free up time to spend on things that matter most.”

The Husqvarna Automower® NERA range comes in three models, which all use this cutting-edge (pardon the pun) technology and each is capable of tackling different-sized blocks of land. For those with all 2,200m2 or less the 320 NERA is for you, the 430X NERA can handle lawns of 3,200m2, while those with a full 5,000m2 block will need the 450X NERA.

“NERA harnesses innovation and the latest technology to catapult robotic mowers to the next level,” says technology commentator, Geoff Quattromani.

“Integration into the smart home provides a completely personalised, wire-free mowing experience. From the moment you bring it home you have a simpler, more flexible, way of installing and getting started on the path to the perfect lawn. The future of lawn care is here.”   

Husqvarna Automower® NERA

Automower® NERA models are capable of operating on slopes of up to 27 degrees (if you think that’s not steep, try riding your bike up it), and can cut grass anywhere between 2cm and 6cm. It also has built-in object avoidance technology so you aren’t cutting up dog toys or tennis balls. 

If you’ve got a big yard and 2024 is the year you’re looking to level up your gardening game, make sure you take a closer look at the Husqvarna Automower® NERA range.

The entire Husqvarna Automower® NERA range is currently available at selected Husqvarna Dealers, with the following RRPs:

  • Husqvarna Automower® 320 NERA$3,999
  • Husqvarna Automower® 430X NERA$4,899
  • Husqvarna Automower® 450X NERA$6,399

EPOS plug-in kit, including reference station sold separately for $1,999. Professional installation fees also apply.

This article is sponsored by Husqvarna. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Boss Hunting.

Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon is the Editor of Boss Hunting, joining the team after working as the Deputy Editor of luxury watch magazine Time+Tide. He has a passion for watches, with other interests across style, sports and more. Get in touch at nick (at)



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