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Mini Loaders (Dingos) & Attachments

Mini loaders, also known as dingos, are ideal to use on narrow or limited-access worksites. Use them for moving and levelling soil, sand, mulch, gravel and rubble as well as for loading bins, trailers and trucks.

If you’re looking for dingo hire in Melbourne that’s value for money, browse extensive range at Carnegie Rental. We offer a wide variety of machines that are heavy duty, easy to manoeuvre and come equipped with industry-leading safety features. Our mini loaders for hire come with a variety of attachments as well, including post hole diggers for digging holes for fences, retaining walls and more. Browse our selection and book the best machinery for your needs.

Attachments Not Included. The Kanga Kid is the world’s smallest multi-task compact skid steer loader, with a special range of attachments available to comple

Full Day: 
$230
Week: 
$750
Weekend Special: 
$230
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

  • gloves
  • goggles
  • helmet

TRANSPORT NEEDED

  • helmet
  • helmet
  • helmet
  • helmet
  • helmet

FREE VIDEO

Kanga Kid (800mm Width)
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Heavy duty four-wheel drive mini loader, ideal for moving and levelling soil, mulch, sand and loading trucks, trailers and bins.

Full Day: 
$230
Week: 
$750
Weekend Special: 
$230
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

FAQ

1. How much does it cost to rent a mini loader/dingo ?: The cost of rental/hire within Australia of most mini loader/dingo can range between $220- $350 over a 24 hour hire period, depending on the machine quality, size and rental service. 
2. How much does it cost to have someone operate a mini loader/ dingo ?: Generally earthmoving specialist will charge at minimum $600, and jobs can increase past to $10,000 dollars depending on the job size and difficulty. 
3. Do I need a license for a mini loader/dingo ?: According to Worksafe (23/10/18), a certificate is no longer required to operate an earth moving or particular crane (EPC) occupational class of machinery; meaning that anyone from the public is welcome to come and use our entire range of excavatorsmini loaderstrenchers and bobcats, without needing licensing. 
4. What does a mini loader/dingo do ?: A mini loader is a self-contained unit (similar to a skid steer) that requires someone to stand on the rear of the machine in order to use it. It is primarily used for earth moving and leveling landscapes and is preferred in tight access/ narrow areas that cannot accommodate larger machinery such as excavators and bobcat.  
5. How to use a mini loader/ dingo :(Please refer to the linked video) An mini loader uses a simple system of joysticks and handles to both drive and operates its tracks, arms, and attachments. The skills required to operate one can easily be learned within 10 minutes use. 

FREE VIDEO

Mini Loader- Dingo / Kanga / Toro c/w 4 in 1
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Heavy duty four-wheel drive mini loader, ideal for moving and levelling soil, mulch, sand and loading trucks, trailers and bins.

Full Day: 
$260
Week: 
$800
Weekend Special: 
$260
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

  • earmuffs

TRANSPORT NEEDED

  • earmuffs

FAQ

1. How much does it cost to rent a mini loader/dingo ?: The cost of rental/hire within Australia of most mini loader/dingo can range between $220- $350 over a 24 hour hire period, depending on the machine quality, size and rental service. 
2. How much does it cost to have someone operate a mini loader/ dingo ?: Generally earthmoving specialist will charge at minimum $600, and jobs can increase past to $10,000 dollars depending on the job size and difficulty. 
3. Do I need a license for a mini loader/dingo ?: According to Worksafe (23/10/18), a certificate is no longer required to operate an earth moving or particular crane (EPC) occupational class of machinery; meaning that anyone from the public is welcome to come and use our entire range of excavatorsmini loaderstrenchers and bobcats, without needing licensing. 
4. What does a mini loader/dingo do ?: A mini loader is a self-contained unit (similar to a skid steer) that requires someone to stand on the rear of the machine in order to use it. It is primarily used for earth moving and leveling landscapes and is preferred in tight access/ narrow areas that cannot accommodate larger machinery such as excavators and bobcat.  
5. How to use a mini loader/ dingo :(Please refer to the linked video) An mini loader uses a simple system of joysticks and handles to both drive and operates its tracks, arms, and attachments. The skills required to operate one can easily be learned within 10 minutes use. 

FREE VIDEO

Mini Loader on Tracks
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Heavy duty four-wheel drive mini loader, ideal for moving and levelling soil, mulch, sand and loading trucks, trailers and bins.

Full Day: 
$290
Week: 
$840
Weekend Special: 
$290
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

FAQ

1. How much does it cost to rent a mini loader/dingo ?: The cost of rental/hire within Australia of most mini loader/dingo can range between $220- $350 over a 24 hour hire period, depending on the machine quality, size and rental service. 
2. How much does it cost to have someone operate a mini loader/ dingo ?: Generally earthmoving specialist will charge at minimum $600, and jobs can increase past to $10,000 dollars depending on the job size and difficulty. 
3. Do I need a license for a mini loader/dingo ?: According to Worksafe (23/10/18), a certificate is no longer required to operate an earth moving or particular crane (EPC) occupational class of machinery; meaning that anyone from the public is welcome to come and use our entire range of excavatorsmini loaderstrenchers and bobcats, without needing licensing. 
4. What does a mini loader/dingo do ?: A mini loader is a self-contained unit (similar to a skid steer) that requires someone to stand on the rear of the machine in order to use it. It is primarily used for earth moving and leveling landscapes and is preferred in tight access/ narrow areas that cannot accommodate larger machinery such as excavators and bobcat.  
5. How to use a mini loader/ dingo :(Please refer to the linked video) An mini loader uses a simple system of joysticks and handles to both drive and operates its tracks, arms, and attachments. The skills required to operate one can easily be learned within 10 minutes use. 

FREE VIDEO

Mini Loader c/w Post Hole Digger
Call our in store expert to book this item
Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Heavy duty four-wheel drive mini loader, ideal for moving and levelling soil, mulch, sand and loading trucks, trailers and bins.

Full Day: 
$320
Week: 
$960
Weekend Special: 
$320
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

TRANSPORT NEEDED

FAQ

1. How much does it cost to rent a mini loader/dingo ?: The cost of rental/hire within Australia of most mini loader/dingo can range between $220- $350 over a 24 hour hire period, depending on the machine quality, size and rental service. 
2. How much does it cost to have someone operate a mini loader/ dingo ?: Generally earthmoving specialist will charge at minimum $600, and jobs can increase past to $10,000 dollars depending on the job size and difficulty. 
3. Do I need a license for a mini loader/dingo ?: According to Worksafe (23/10/18), a certificate is no longer required to operate an earth moving or particular crane (EPC) occupational class of machinery; meaning that anyone from the public is welcome to come and use our entire range of excavatorsmini loaderstrenchers and bobcats, without needing licensing. 
4. What does a mini loader/dingo do ?: A mini loader is a self-contained unit (similar to a skid steer) that requires someone to stand on the rear of the machine in order to use it. It is primarily used for earth moving and leveling landscapes and is preferred in tight access/ narrow areas that cannot accommodate larger machinery such as excavators and bobcat.  
5. How to use a mini loader/ dingo :(Please refer to the linked video) An mini loader uses a simple system of joysticks and handles to both drive and operates its tracks, arms, and attachments. The skills required to operate one can easily be learned within 10 minutes use. 

FREE VIDEO

Mini Loader c/w Trencher
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Heavy duty four-wheel drive mini loader, ideal for moving and levelling soil, mulch, sand and loading trucks, trailers and bins.

Full Day: 
$310
Week: 
$950
Weekend Special: 
$310 (weekend only)
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

TRANSPORT NEEDED

FAQ

1. How much does it cost to rent a mini loader/dingo ?: The cost of rental/hire within Australia of most mini loader/dingo can range between $220- $350 over a 24 hour hire period, depending on the machine quality, size and rental service. 
2. How much does it cost to have someone operate a mini loader/ dingo ?: Generally earthmoving specialist will charge at minimum $600, and jobs can increase past to $10,000 dollars depending on the job size and difficulty. 
3. Do I need a license for a mini loader/dingo ?: According to Worksafe (23/10/18), a certificate is no longer required to operate an earth moving or particular crane (EPC) occupational class of machinery; meaning that anyone from the public is welcome to come and use our entire range of excavatorsmini loaderstrenchers and bobcats, without needing licensing. 
4. What does a mini loader/dingo do ?: A mini loader is a self-contained unit (similar to a skid steer) that requires someone to stand on the rear of the machine in order to use it. It is primarily used for earth moving and leveling landscapes and is preferred in tight access/ narrow areas that cannot accommodate larger machinery such as excavators and bobcat.  
5. How to use a mini loader/ dingo :(Please refer to the linked video) An mini loader uses a simple system of joysticks and handles to both drive and operates its tracks, arms, and attachments. The skills required to operate one can easily be learned within 10 minutes use. 

FREE VIDEO

Mini Loader Toro cw Rotary Hoe
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Large levelling machine fitted to bobcat or mini loader to level large areas with great ease. Ideal for tennis court, large lawns and factory sites.

Full Day: 
$80 (mini loader hire at extra cost)
Week: 
$250
Weekend Special: 
$80 (mini loader hire at extra cost)
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

  • earmuffs
  • facemask
  • gloves
  • goggles

TRANSPORT NEEDED

  • goggles
Lawn Leveller Attachment
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744

Full sized trade wheelbarrow ideal for gardening and construction. Equiped with pneumatic tyres for easy handling and balance.

Full Day: 
$20
Week: 
$45
Weekend Special: 
$20
   
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT LEGENDS

  • gloves
  • goggles
  • helmet
Wheel Barrow
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Carnegie - 03 9571 9488
Oakleigh - 03 8546 5744
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