LIAWA awards

Gavin Baxter from Tim Davies Landscaping collected the 18-carat gold-plated full-size shovel as the trophy for winning four individual categories and overall Landscaper Of The Year at a gala presentation at the Skyview Lounge, Optus Stadium.

Pierre Yang, representing Simone McGurk, Minister for Youth, Training and Water, presented the Waterwise Garden Award to Tim Davies Landscaping (TDL) and Awards major sponsor Robbie Gough, Area Manager of Hunter Industries, presented the winners’ Golden Trophy.

More than 60 nominations were received in the 2023 LIAWA Awards’ 17 categories covering residential, commercial, its people, students, cultural significance, design, outdoor living and parks and gardens, support industries, plus design and construction in entertainment precincts, offices and shopping centres.

In a showcase of WA’s most amazing landscaping and gardening projects, the LIAWA Awards recognise outstanding achievements and the high standards landscaping environment.

The biennial awards recognise local designers, builders, suppliers and maintenance professionals who display outstanding skill and expertise in the development and execution of beautiful and functional outdoor spaces.

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2023 Winners include:

Waterwise Garden of the Year: Tim Davies Landscapes: Cottesloe
Garden Renovation of the Year: The Greenscape Collective – Regents Garden
Design of the Year: Tim Davies Landscapes: Peppermint Grove
Outdoor Living Space: Tim Davies Landscapes: Peppermint Grove
Residential 2022 – The future of Landscapes: Tim Davies Landscapes: Peppermint Grove Project
Display Garden of the Year: Instant Gardens: VM Building Display Home
Recreational Feature: Landscape Elements: Collier Park Mini Golf
Student of the Year: Aidan Williams – Deep Green nominated
Employee of the Year: Josh Demczuk – LD Total nominated
Innovative Green Infrastructure: Deep Green Landscaping: Verdant Apartments
Cultural Significance: Deep Green Landscaping – Curtin University Indigenous Learning Circle
Design and Construct of the Year: Kardan Australia – Senses and Therapy Garden
Parks and Open Space: Deep Green Landscaping: Curtin Exchange
Business Ingenuity: Perth Materials Blowing
Supportive Supplier: Perth Materials Blowing – Slinger Truck

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