Features

  • Riders On The Storm

    The diversity of Australian climates means that landscape construction works are susceptible to being affected by weather events such as snow, cold temperature, extreme heat, humidity, severe winds, and rainfall. This...

  • Fun Landscaping

    Australian households have different makeups with the majority occupied by two adults with children. The next most common form of household is the lone person, closely followed by couples without children,...

  • Things Of Stone And Wood

    It’s not easy being green! Ah, the gardens of Versailles, to the south of Paris, a landscape with a UNESCO World Heritage listing, visited by millions. Yet, when it was laid...

  • Sand Castles And Mud Pies

    From the ancient sandy soils of Perth and south-eastern South Australia to the deeply cracked, dry clays of large parts of Queensland and western NSW – we dream of rich loam...

  • Food For All Seasons

    Having a beautiful lush green lawn creates a wonderful accent to any home and its living space. Trees, shrubs and ornamentals are eye catching, long-lasting additions to a landscape providing structure,...

  • Taking It Hire

    Landscape construction projects can involve a multitude of challenges and in overcoming them it always pays to have the most efficient, cost-effective tools and equipment on hand. The decision to purchase...

  • More Than Just A Faux Par

    There’s a saying that goes: “Fake it till you make it”, but why not make it to fake it? The use of faux stone in landscape construction has come a long...

  • Dare To Be Different

    Garden Features – something unusual in the garden or something that’s used in an unusual way. Right? Unfortunately, the average weekend warrior doesn’t get it, dashing to the nearest big-box hardware...

  • Composite Decking

    Decking extends the living space of a home and increases its value. It can be used to complement internal flooring and form a natural flow from indoors to outdoors. With a...

  • Add Value To Side Passages

    The side passage of any home is usually an ugly area used for garbage bins, storage, that future project, the kids’ pushies and our summertime toys such as canoes and paddleboards....

  • The Landscape Apprentice

    Traditionally, workplace training was primarily conducted by way of an apprenticeship; the master and apprentice arrangement being long held as the best approach to training. Since times of antiquity this arrangement...

  • Bringing Back The Bush

    As towns and suburbs continue to expand, Australians are becoming increasingly aware of the need to somehow maintain biodiversity. Many believing that in our increasingly urbanised lifestyle, we can’t just be...

  • The Gardens of Eating

    A recent study by the Australian Institute found that 52 per cent of Australian households grew something edible in their backyards, with another 13 per cent intending to start planting in...

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