Garden Designers in Inner South West Sydney

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Charing Cross NSW


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"Excellent work, explained everything he was doing with my garden. Cleaned up before he left as well. Will definitely recommend to others."

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Garden design services include a wide range of tasks to make your dream garden come to life. When you book your garden design through Airtasker, you can save time, minimise stress, and achieve the output you're looking for. Whether you just moved into a new home and want to develop your garden or you want to spruce up your outdoor space, our design experts can help you out. Here's what to expect when you hire garden designers through Airtasker:

Initial consultation and site survey

Your garden design project starts with a consultation with your garden designer so they can find out your needs and talk about what you want to achieve with your dream garden. Are you looking for wildlife garden designers who can help you create an outdoor space where birds, butterflies, and bees can thrive? Or maybe you're aiming for a modern garden design to suit your new home?

Since every garden and home is unique, your garden designer will survey your space to spot possible opportunities that can be maximised or analyse potential challenges that can arise throughout the project.

Planning and designing

After the consultation, your garden designer will then use all the information provided to create a detailed master plan for your garden. You can visualise where to place specific landscape surfaces such as paths, lawns, and patios, as well as suggested materials, colour schemes, water features, and lighting systems.

The plan also comprises a plant and flower bed design where your trees, topiary, and other greenery are located, depending on your personal preferences and which species best fit with the conditions in your garden. Other aspects such as construction details are also included complete with exact measurements and specifications so your contractor can build your garden exactly as you envisioned.

Project monitoring

Once your garden build begins, your garden designer will be on-site to oversee the project. Together with your landscape designer, the entire build process is regularly monitored to ensure that all hardscapes and external features are implemented following the design plan and with high standards. In case something unexpected arises during the garden build, your garden designer is at hand to answer any questions and offer quick and effective solutions. 

If you want to prolong the look and quality of your newly built garden, you may also ask your garden designer for a garden maintenance plan. You can use this yourself or freely pass it on to your gardener for their reference.

Recent Garden Designers tasks in Inner South West Sydney

I need garden design


Bexley South NSW 2207, Australia

3rd Jul 2020

Hi all, I've got a garden that needs redoing. I have a few idea in mind but am definitely not a designer. I would like : - pergola - garden beds - deck - orchard The garden is about 160 to 180 sqm. Ideally looking for an easy design that could be done by myself. Thank you all Can be done Anytime really.

Garden design + watering system


Greenacre NSW, Australia

8th Sep 2020

My front garden is split into two. One side is 4.8m x 3.5m (near the hose) and the other side is 5.5m x 3m. The measurements given are at its longest points but as you can see it does become narrow at certain points. I’m after a pretty garden with an automated watering system (must go under pavers to connect both gardens) with the Holman Bluetooth Smart Electronic Tap Timer from Bunnings. I want plants that are easy to maintain all year round and require minimal care. Nothing that grows too high. I’m open to Any other suggestions you may have on how to make my garden look more appealing. Must include juniper & hydrangeas. I’d like a thorough explanation as to what you have planned including pictures of plants and shrubs you choose to use.

Excellent work, explained everything he was doing with my garden. Cleaned up before he left as well. Will definitely recommend to others.

Garden design


Lugarno NSW 2210, Australia

1st Aug 2017

We need someone with landscaping skills, good knowledge on plants and irrigation systems.

I need garden design/ideas - ITS A DESIGN TASK..


Panania NSW 2213, Australia

13th Oct 2020

To be clear, we don't want anyone to do the work, we need ideas! we have no idea what to do, and how to make it look pretty. We have a driveway that has split our deck, grass area and driveway, the space needs to be the same level, I think? The deck needs some sort of steps to the grass area, currently we have makeshift steps. I also have garden space between my house and the garage that needs to be the same level, again, I'm not sure? There is a huge space behind the house that gets near to no sunshine that I would love to turn into a Japanese zen area with a water feature and seating and there is our neighbours house that looks right into ours that we want screened with trees that wont affect the cars on the driveway and that flower some sort of beautiful flower. Also there is another side (the right side) that needs paving. We also have a few large planter pots that Id like to incorporate into the garden. We have no idea how to do anything, so desperately need guidance or a plan or design or something... HELP!