Coir Logs Australia

Coir logs are made from coconut coir, the fibrous outer layer of coconuts. These clean coconut fibers are compressed into a cylindrical shape and wrapped in mesh for stability.

They act as excellent sediment fences. The mesh allows planting and the coir fibers support vegetation growth. Even after they begin to biodegrade, they provide continuous natural erosion control, giving planted vegetation ample time to take root and establish a natural bank.

Since HEIGER Coir logs are built from the highest quality coir, their organic texture looks very aesthetically pleasing. They seamlessly blend with the planted greenery and develop a weathered appearance over time.


  • Unparalleled quality
  • Extremely flexible
  • Lasts 2X longer
  • 100% Biodegradable
  • Comparatively higher tensile strength
  • Easy installation
  • Resistant to rot, decay, and UV light
  • Environmentally friendly

Eco-friendly Benefits

  • Slows down storm water runoff
  • Traps and filters sediment flow
  • Returns nutrients to the environment
  • Requires no chemical treatment
  • High air and water permeability
  • Improves seed germination and plant growth
  • Facilitates root development

How to Install Coir Logs for Sediment Filtration?

Our DIY guide will take you through 5 hassle-free steps.

Coir logs are excellent filters for sediment runoffs, utilized in applications ranging from construction sites to open drains in your neighbourhood. Capture sediments, prevent clogging and slow water runoff!

How to Install Coir Logs for Erosion Control?

Our DIY guide will take you through 5 hassle-free steps.

Whether it’s a site that requires erosion control, and soil stabilization or landscaping for a rain garden, installing coir logs can be done hassle-free as it is the perfect DIY solution!

Why HEIGER Coir Logs?

Our coir erosion and sediment control products last 2X longer!

Superior Durability

Since we produce our own coir products, our sediment control solutions are designed with durability in mind. We use advanced manufacturing techniques and customized design processes. A state-of-the-art needle-punching process is employed to create tightly interlocked fiber structures, resulting in long-lasting products unlike any other product in the market!

We use a specialized compression method for maximum resistance to wear and tear. Our experienced engineers work closely with clients to develop customized solutions that exceed industry standards for performance and durability, with rigorous testing at every stage of the manufacturing process.

Sustainable Sourcing

At HEIGER, we source our coir from Asia. Asia’s warm and humid climate, combined with its nutrient-rich soil, produces coconuts with thicker husks and longer fibers. These longer and thicker fibers make Asian coir more durable and resistant to wear and tear.
We stringently utilize aged coir instead of fresh coir. By harnessing the benefits of aged coir, we offer products that excel in effectiveness. The natural decomposition process enhances the coir’s stability, water-holding capacity, and reduces harmful compounds. This results in superior erosion control, ensuring long-lasting performance even in challenging environments. With aged coir, we provide sustainable solutions that protect landscapes and promote vegetation.

Tensile Strength

We source coir with lignin content that is 30% higher than the average industry standard. Which gives our coir products a higher tensile strength.

Lignin Content



Stress Resistance

The fibers sourced from the aged coconuts in Asia are 30% longer and 25% denser than industry standards. This makes them more durable and resistant to wear and tear.

Fiber Length & Density




HEIGER coir has a higher cellulose content of up to 50%, which gives them superior water retention and erosion control properties.

Cellulose Content




We employ a state-of-the-art manufacturing process to create coir products that exhibit exceptional flexibility. Our advanced techniques ensure that our coir is of the highest quality, with controlled moisture levels and precise fiber orientation and alignment.

State-of-the-art Manufacturing



Coir Logs for Sediment Control

Sustainable erosion and sediment control solutions in Australia

HEIGER coir logs can effectively mitigate sediment runoff in Australian terrains. These cylindrical structures are installed along slopes, banks, or water channels to control erosion by slowing down water flow and allowing sediments to settle. They act as physical barriers, reducing the transport of sediment downstream or into drains.

The fiber logs also serve as a filtration system. Water passing through the logs is filtered by the fibers, removing sediment particles and pollutants, thus improving water quality in downstream areas. Additionally, coir logs provide a stable substrate for vegetation growth, promoting plant establishment and root systems that further stabilize the soil and reduce erosion.

Furthermore, they are biodegradable, gradually adding organic matter to the soil as they degrade. When used in conjunction with other erosion control practices, such as geotextiles, they offer an effective and sustainable solution to mitigate sediment runoff in Australian terrains.

Buy Coir Logs Online For Sale

Solve erosion and sediment runoff issues with coir logs in Melbourne

HEIGER Coir Fiber Logs (also known as geo logs, silt berm, coir rolls, coconut fiber rolls, coconut fiber coir logs or coco logs) can be purchased hassle free online from anywhere in Australia, with instant shipping and wholesale pricing. This is possible as we are Australia’s largest producer of Coir Erosion Control Products. We provide comprehensive sediment control solutions from Geotextile Rolls, Geotextile Bales, Coir Blankets and eco-friendly coir Landscaping products.

Feel free to contact our friendly experts on all your environmental needs. We are happy to guide you through all your queries with our years of experience in handling a broad range of projects.

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  • On slopes and gullies where installing silt fences are not possible
  • To protect gutters and footpaths
  • Near open drains on the sides of the roads, to capture sediment and slow water runoff
  • In areas where plants are being regrown and the material needs to break down and become part of nature.
  • Along rivers and streams to stop the banks from eroding and reduce the movement of waves.
  • Environmental remediation for degraded land and contaminated soil
  • Construction and infrastructure projects