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Our landscape designers have the skills and experience to help you achieve the landscape you've always wanted. They can redesign your current backyard, or craft a whole new concept for you. Using their knowledge and artistry, you can count on them for a detailed final plan, either digitally prepared or printed. To give you an overview, here's how our garden design and landscape service works:
Usually, our design process starts with an initial site visit. It allows our landscape designers to fully understand your style so they can come up with a solution that will best reflect your personality and aesthetics. It can also give them a better idea of the location, lifestyle, and climate, and identify any possible challenges that might arise. While at it, feel free to discuss the ideas you have in mind, your preference, as well as your budget.
In case of unforeseen circumstances that your designers will not be able to show up to your place, you can send them photos of your current landscape. You may also discuss your plans with them through our messaging tool.
Our designers prepare their first design proposal based on all the gathered insights and discussions from the initial meeting. The sketches and layout can be presented to you conventionally through pen-and-paper or via digital platforms. The purpose is to give you a visual idea of how your future garden landscape will look like. Usually, it includes all the suggested landscape features that will complete your outdoor space. Popular elements are plants, flowers, hedges, trees, pathways, and real or artificial turf.
If you want to make your landscape a little more entertaining, you can ask our designers to include pools, garden bench seats, water features like ponds and waterfalls, and even a gazebo. Do not hesitate to let them know your feedback. Our landscape designers may work on many revisions until they come up with the perfect and most suitable design.
The service usually concludes with a final concrete plan that will guide you towards correct execution. Once the design proposal is approved, your designer hands over a final concept plan, which usually contains: 2D or 3D visuals, furniture and material recommendations and samples, demolitions if applicable, and detailed plan for each landscape feature.
We also have a range of landscape contractors who can do all the building and installing to complete your new outdoor living space. You can even hire our landscape architects if you need someone who can professionally supervise the whole thing and ensure that the project is going according to plan.
Everton Park QLD 4053, Australia
10th Jun 2020
I am looking for some help/advice in scoping/designing a dog friendly back yard. Dogs have destroyed the lawn and garden and am looking to re-scape it to make it more dog resilient and hardy. Already have a pretty good idea of what I want but just need help in scoping and detail so I can then post another job for the labour and materials. Photos are pre and post destruction.
Stafford Heights, Queensland, Australia
2nd Jul 2019
I need a new design and plant choice for my small back yard. The area is currently landscaped but the wind storm a few weeks ago blew over my large orange marmalade and wrecked a lot of the garden so I have got rid of most of the existing plants in preparation for a revised layout. The work is to visit the area (1 hour onsite) and look at what options there are for design - including plant selection and then supply a plan with rough layout / plants. The quote is for is design / plant selection only.
Stafford Heights, Queensland, Australia
28th Dec 2019
I need someone with experience to help select the right plants for my back gardens. The garden areas are already established with pavers / retaining walls / rocks / irrigation. The gardens have been stripped of existing plants and shrubs. There are two existing Lilly Pilly trees that will remain (and a moonlight grevillea) I am keen to have a lot of colour (not just green) with tapering height from the back. The task is to be completed onsite and will be for two hours work. One hour to look at the existing garden / layout / aspect and one hour to decide / select the plants and where they should go. I am NOT after a time intensive computer generated design / 3D CAD drawing - the design is already done from the hard-scaping perspective.. A piece of paper with hand notes and a rough sketch of the plants / placement is all that I need. I have attached a rough drawing of the gardens. I will take some photos later this evening and add them to the listing tonight.
Taigum QLD, Australia
9th Nov 2018
I am looking for qualified, professional landscapers to design and complete the landscaping of our entire outdoor area. We have a 400m2 of yard that we would like landscaped. The yard is currently mainly poor quality grass but there are a few unruly garden beds with poor quality soil and large plants/debris that need uprooting/removal. We also require driveway/pavement area updated. Preferably, we would like one project management company to be able to design and complete the entire project.
Aspley QLD, Australia
21st Feb 2021
Small patio with a little patch of lawn. Looking to turn it into a low maintenance pretty haven - preferably styled in French provincial/country style using pots and hanging gardens styled arrangements. Looking for a vision and quote that I might like. No rush in completing task. It just needs to be completed at the very latest by the end of this year.
Zillmere QLD, Australia
3rd Dec 2019
I’m hoping to give my back yard a makeover, and am after some help with the design and the type of plants to use. The soil is relatively soft and sandy. I’m after plants that are low maintenance, and non-toxic to dogs and children. I’d really prefer if someone could come out and see the place in person. But to give you an idea, please see the drawing for the yard layout and dimensions, as well as some pics. Some of the key things I’m after are: - Trees for Shade along part of the rear fence (at least zone 1 and possibly zone 2 to block out the afternoon sun from the house and patio). They would need to be not so tall that they block the solar panels on the house roof though. It looks like there used to be a garden bed along this fence as there are some patches where I can see a concrete garden edging block sticking out from under the dirt. - A little feature garden in between the patio and the rear fence where I will probably put a hammock. I’m hoping this will give a nice view from the window overlooking the patio. This garden also needs to provide a bit of shade to the patio from the afternoon sun. - A kids play area (possibly either zone 1 or zone 3), where I will have a trampoline (3.1m diameter) and other small play equipment. Possibly using a ground cover other than turf as I can’t seem to keep it alive under the trampoline. Possible shade sail over the kids zone. - Plants/ planters In zone 4 (between chain link fence and cement path). I’m hoping these can screen off the neighbours weeds and provide a nice view from the study window. - Something to screen off neighbours shed and weeds along the zone 3 chain link fence. Would like to ensure there is access to the back corner of the yard where there is a compost bin. - A grassed area with clothes line (possibly either zone 1 or zone 3). Currently there is a retractable clothesline that spans from the patio to mid zone 1. This can be moved though or replaced with another type of clothes line if need be. - Irrigation as required Also, once we have a design, I’ll be looking for someone to execute it as well so please let me know if you’re able to do both design and installation.