How do I stop my Neighbours weeds coming through my fence? If you want to avoid of putting anything on their side of the fence, just start spraying all the vegetation that pokes through to your side with glyphosate, or a similar weed/grass killer. It will, over time, damage the roots enough that the plants will not come back.
How do you permanently block weeds?
How do you deal with Neighbour weeds?
You can contact the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Biosecurity Helpline 1800 680 244 to report a pest, disease, weed or other biosecurity concern. You can also contact a Community Justice Centre for mediation with your neighbour about your concerns.
How do I complain about my Neighbours garden?
If weeds or brambles and the like in a neighbour's garden are causing problems on your side of the property boundary, it can amount to a nuisance which you can report to the Environmental Health Department of your local council who can pursue legal action.
Does my Neighbour have to give my ball back?
If balls regularly come into your garden, you are obliged to give the ball back (either throw it back over or keep it safe to give to the owner when you next see them). If a child simply climbs into the garden to get it themselves however, it can cause further damage and is also trespass.