Bird Scare Tape


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Bird Scare Tape

25mm wide aluminium bird scare tape with holographic imprints. Tied in and around gardens, farms and orchards to scare birds; as tape moves in the breeze light is reflected on different angles causing a flashing effect.  Tape is highly reflective on both sides. Holographic imprints reflect light on numerous angles. Very lightweight to ensure tape will move in even the slightest breeze. Only effective in daylight.  Deters birds without harm. 30 meter roll that can be cut to desired lengths.  

  • 30m length
  • 25mm wide

Product code: GT884


We deliver Australia wide.

All orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia.

We do not deliver overseas.

Shipping cost is calculated using all the items in your shopping cart and your delivery postcode. The table below outlines the delivery options and costs.

Order dispatch time is currently 1-3 business days plus delivery time.
Please note we are unable to guarantee specific delivery dates or delivery timeframes, all delivery times are estimates only.


Order contains: Delivery options: Delivery cost per order
Small seed packets ONLY - Economy Delivery $3.00 or FREE on orders over $25 $5
Parcel Delivery Capped rate of $8.99
Express Delivery $15.00

BULK seed, garden supplies, tools, or accessories -

Parcel Delivery

Capped rate of $8.99

Express Delivery

Starting from $15.00
(Calculated by weight)
Live Plants - Live plants Capped rate of $10.00

*All orders sent to Western Australia are subject to mandatory inspection and fees by Quarantine WA. These fees are included in all shipping costs above.

**We will replace all orders that are lost or damaged in transit however we will not replace or refund orders simply because they were delivered later than estimated. Full details here.


Ratings & Reviews

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I used this product last year to stop cockies eating my sweet peas plants & found it very effective. I left it up to deter cockies from my sunflowers. It then started to break up. I’m finding bits all over my garden. It looks like plastic - can anyone tell me if it is plastic? I would have liked it to last a bit longer.
Kim W 18 May 2023