Hi, I am soon moving to a new home in Qld. It is in a suburb of a small city but we will be an area nearing rural properties so the blocks are bigger size than usual. Our neighbour on one side said all he wants for a fence is two strands of wire between a few posts and that is a sufficient dividing fence. Unfortunately we will have two dogs so it isn't sufficient for us to keep them in. He said we will have to pay for anything beyond the two strands of wire and the few starpickets required to install his version of a sufficient fence. He has already made himself familiar with the fencing act in Qld and told us this the first time he saw us. The neighbour at the back has a 1.2 m fence already put in. It has wire mesh, with 15cm between vertical and horizontal wires, so basically 15cm squares. There is a long distance between posts and he doesn't have the bottom of it secured to the ground. He has an ostrich on his side and we are already seeing there will be a lot of trouble between our dogs and his ostrich. Are two strands of wire or a fence made of wire mesh considered to be sufficient dividing fences?