Auckland Garden Designfest 2022

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At last, we can welcome you back to the Auckland Garden DesignFest. Come and be inspired. After a three year covid-induced hiatus we present a wonderful array of diverse gardens in style and size for our sixth festival. Eighteen gardens all designed by professional designers, to showcase the breadth of talent we have in Auckland.

There are courtyard-sized inner-city gardens, terraces, sweeping lawns and gullies in older suburbs, richly treed gardens, heritage houses, gardens new and mature. There are lush gardens, quirky ones, gardens full of colour. Some old favourites have been included but most gardens have not been open to the public before. This is a great opportunity to see what imagination can accomplish in the creative partnerships between client and designer, irrespective of budget. The warm Auckland climate allows an extraordinary range of plant life to flourish,

from temperate to subtropical and all these gardens exhibit the depth and breadth of vegetation on the isthmus, in a range of settingscoastal, lakeside, suburban and tight streetscapes.

We are lucky to have such generous garden owners, happy to allow visitors into their private domains and to them a huge thank you. All proceeds are going to five wonderful and deserving charities; Lifeline Aotearoa, KidsCan, Garden to Table, Oke and Rotary Club of Newmarket Charitable Trust

Come along and meet the garden designers who will be in their garden creations to answer questions and explain their choices and rationale. Join us in this spring celebration of garden beauty and the wealth of talent on show.

Garden Design Society of New Zealand and Rotary Newmarket.



The Garden Design Society of New Zealand was established in 2002 by a group of enthusiastic professionals working in garden design practice and education. GDSNZ’s aims include; encouraging and advancing the practice of garden design, furthering the teaching and study of garden design and establishing itself as the professional body supporting and representing it’s members who work in this industry.

The Auckland Garden DesignFest is a perfect fit for achieving those aims and GDSNZ is thrilled to be playing its part in raising awareness of all the charities supported by this event.

The Rotary Club of Newmarket was formed in 1945 and since then its members have been involved in many community projects similar to the Auckland Garden DesignFest. Rotary’s main function as an organisation is to provide its members with the opportunity to be of service to the community either locally or internationally. There are over 30,000 Rotary clubs worldwide providing substantial benefits to mankind. The Auckland Garden DesignFest will provide much needed funds to selected charities so they can have the greatest positive influence for their communities. The Rotary Club of Newmarket is privileged to be associated with the Auckland Garden DesignFest.



• We regret that children under 12 canot be admitted (unless they are young enough to be carried).

• Gardens are open from 10am-4pm each day. Please respect these hours.

• Photography of gardens for commercial or media purposes is NOT permitted. Sharing of photos on social media is encouraged.

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• Wear flat shoes and watch your step.

• Animals are not allowed to enter the gardens, except for service animals.

• Please do not touch the plants or take any part of them. Plant lists and personal iden tification of plants will be provided where possible.

• Keep to the paths and take care to avoid damaging lawns and foliage.

• Parking is usually available in nearby streets and gardens are conveniently grouped in clusters often within walking distance of each other in some cases.

• Please respect the privacy of our remarkably generous owners.

• Please do not picnic, litter, smoke or consume alcohol in any garden.


While every precaution has been taken, please note that it is a condition of entry to the gardens that you assume all responsibility for your own safety, the safety of those in your care, and of your possessions.


Our diverse selection of gardens this year contain many interesting features. Use this helpful reference key to ensure that you don’t miss out on what you are particularly interested in.

Productive/Edible Gardens

2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,12,13,14,15,161 7,18,20

Subtropical/Native Gardens


Swimming Pool/Spa Gardens


Courtyard Gardens 1,3,5,8,13,16,17

Chicken Coop Garden 12

Art/Sculpture Gardens


Fireplace/Firepit Gardens 4,6,12

Perennial Gardens




RESTROOMS Gardens showing this colour on the map have restrooms available for garden visitors. Please ask the volunteers for directions

Gardens showing this colour on the map DO NOT HAVE SUITABLE WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

Gardens showing this colour on the map have LIMITED WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

Water features/Ponds Gardens 1,3,14,16,17,18,19

Gardens showing this colour on the map have WHEELCHAIR ACCESS




Visit or Phone iTicket on 09 361 1000

Tickets also available from:

Kings Plant Barn stores Auckland wide.

The Village Square Trust Jubilee Building 545 Parnell Road, Auckland Tel: 09-379-2095

All Garden Tickets and Single Garden Tickets available from every garden during the festival weekend.

All proceeds to:

Lifeline Aotearoa, KidsCan, Garden to Table, Oke and children’s charities supported by the Rotary Club of Newmarket Charitable Trust

Pre-order your Picnic Lunch

This year we are proud to be partnering with Eat My Lunch – a catering company with a difference. Every salad or lunch you Buy, they Give a lunch to a Kiwi kid in need. How awesome is that?

Simply go to the TICKETS page on our website, select PICNIC LUNCHES in the drop down menu and select your food option including dietary requirements, which garden you would like to collect it from and on which day. We’ve got four gardens to choose from, two of which you can eat your lunch in; Cotter House – Garden 15 and Dawson & Co – Garden 19. Orders can be placed via iTicket. Pre-orders close on Wednesday 23rd November 2022. Food and beverages will be available for purchase throughout the weekend from the coffee cart at Cotter House – Garden 15. Dawson & Co – Garden 19, are offering complimentary tea and coffee all weekend.


Led by Penny Cliffin former lecturer in Landscape Architecture at Unitec and Anna-Maria Morris, qualified landscape designer. Both are long serving and active members of the Garden Design Society, and love sharing gardens with fellow garden enthusiasts. The bus tour will visit half the gardens on Saturday and the other half on Sunday. Numbers are limited, so please book early through iTicket to avoid disappointment

The tour meeting point will be at 9am for a 9.15am departure each day from the Unitec Institute of Technology campus, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert. There is parking on site, and a major bus route along Carrington Rd. Detailed site map will be emailed to tourers. The coach will return to Unitec around 4.30pm (please be aware that traffic conditions on the day make this an estimate only, so we advise not to make any arrangements, such as flight bookings, too tight!). At the last garden we will round off the day with an opportunity for an informal walk around a garden, glass of wine in hand.

Please note: Due to the terrain of some gardens we are unable to accommodate delegates with wheelchairs and walking frames. The tour may be varied or cancelled as circumstances change. Refer to the iTicket website for conditions of cancellation. We reserve the right to vary or cancel the tour should circumstances change beyond our control. Please remember to wear sturdy shoes and to bring sun and rain wear - just in case!


Penny Cliffin - - 021 488 000

Anna-Maria Morris - - 021 063 9111

Cost: $175 for one day, and $330 for those registering for both days. This price includes a delicious picnic lunch, refreshments, coach travel, tour guides, entry fees and garden notes.

Check the website for updates:

$65* $55* * $55* $40* $10* $50ea $25* $175* $330* Dates: November 26 & 27, 2022 Time: 10am - 4pm All Gardens Entry Tickets: Valid for the whole weekend
Earlybird Tickets: Available until 31 October Single Garden Tickets: Group Tickets (10 or more) 3x Single Garden Tickets: BUS Tour Tickets: Saturday or Sunday 1 Day Tour All Weekend 2 Day Tour *Booking fee applies at iTicket Entry to 13 ACCESSIBLE GARDENS and Dawson & Co both days. from iTicket only For those who are wheelchair dependent Senior 65+: With Gold Card Access Ticket:

Designer: Adam Evans

Address: 10 Manurere Ave, Takapuna

A layered garden which descends steeply from street to lakeside. The garden wraps around a sturdy 1970s house and pool, with the piece de resistance being the planting and path directly above and beside Lake Pupuke. Plant design by Kirsten Sach Landscape Design & Adam Evans from Urbis Landscape over a 3 year period of gradual extension and integration, has resulted in a rich mix of sub-tropical and temperate plants, both clipped and natural, as one progresses to the water’s edge.

Installation & maintenance: Urbis Landscapes

Designer: Trish Bartleet / Pip Cheshire

Address: 7 Winn Rd, Freemans Bay

A ’rumpty ‘private garden was the client’s vision and Trish Bartleet worked with architect Pip Cheshire and ardent gardener Aileen Cheshire to create just that. From a productive sunny front garden, stone pavers beneath nikau lead to the outdoor courtyard for entertaining, with its the small pool. Steps rise to an enchanting wild garden entwined with unusual plant combinations; a place for contemplation and solitude. Small spaces which demonstrate the ability to create magic even in such tight inner city locations.

Installation: Pip & Aileen Cheshire

Designer: Trish Bartleet / Sal Gordon

Address: 5 Winn Rd, Freemans Bay

A whimsical, edible and subtropical garden fronts 5 Winn Rd. Vegetable beds and huge drifts of Beaucarnea recurvata, (Ponytail palms), surrounded by mass plantings of unusual blue succulents, Draecena, Ligularia, Senecio, aloes and agaves. The back garden has a dreamy feel with nikau, feijoa, aloes, bromeliads, black Cordyline, Cycas, Medinea and a Brazilian tree fern. Tillandsia useneoides (Spanish moss) drips from the trees while side beds are punctuated with large corten woks. An orange pyrostegia venista hangs over the veranda.

Installation: Trish Bartleet Landscape Design & Sal Gordon

Designer: Damian Wendelborn / Trish Bartleet

Address: 8 Winn Rd, Freemans Bay

This more formal garden features input from garden designers Trish Bartleet and Damian Wendelborn. Green and structured, the garden includes a series of well proportioned spaces that sit comfortably around the heritage house. The design delivers well connected areas which read as crisp and clean. Pared back planting favours form and foliage over flowers, while traditionally inspired detailing and generous marble pool copings resonate with the heritage architecture. Pots and planters provide further texture and form as well as opportunities for seasonal displays.

Installation: Streeter Pools, 505 Construction 1 2 3 4


Lifeline Aotearoa is a charity dedicated to reducing distress and saving lives by providing safe, accessible, effective, professional and innovative services. We have been helping New Zealanders in distress and crisis for almost 60 years. Our free helplines are answered by our highly trained team 24 hours per day, 365 days of the year. We help an average of 15-20 people each day at high risk of suicide. We receive over 10,000 calls and receive and send over 30,000 texts each month from people of all ages and ethnicities who are struggling with a wide range of issues. We receive no government funding for these helplines and it is only because of generous donations from incredible kiwis that we can be there to answer each call. Head to to find out more

KidsCan is New Zealand’s leading charity dedicated to helping Kiwi kids affected by poverty. We believe that education is a child’s ticket out of poverty, giving them the opportunity for a better future. We partner with over 850 schools and 100 early childhood centres across Aotearoa to give the 1 in 5 Kiwi kids affected by poverty the essentials they need to learn.

The school programmes provide nutritious breakfast, snack and lunch foods to 40,000 hungry school kids every day plus new fleece-lined jackets and sturdy shoes. Our ECE programme provides pre-schoolers with a jacket, shoes and socks and freshly prepared meals daily.  None of this would be possible without the support of generous Kiwis whose donations help ensure no Kiwi kid goes without.

Oke provides Kiwi kids with the opportunity to learn life and social skills by introducing productive gardens into schools. Through our Growing A Future program, Oke delivers a garden to each school, enabling the kids, teachers and local community to get growing.

The garden is built through a community working bee (in just ONE day) and includes all that is required to make it sustainable; raised beds, greenhouse, composting solutions, kids tools, teacher tools, irrigation, fruit trees etc.  Each Growing a Future project for a school is worth over $20,000. Oke works all year round to raise the funds so our ‘Growing a Future’ gardens don’t cost the school a cent!

Garden to Table is a charitable trust that empowers tamariki across Aotearoa to grow, harvest, prepare and share fresh food. Their programme enables schools and kura throughout the motu to deliver, embed and sustain impactful food education. By taking learning out of the classroom, they help Kiwi kids develop essential life skills and build resilience. These positive impacts radiate far beyond the school gates - to whānau, the wider community, and the planet - ultimately enabling a more sustainable, equitable and climate-friendly social and economic future. Garden to Table’s dream is ‘for every child in Aotearoa to have the opportunity and resources to grow and share their own fresh kai as part of daily life’.

Rotary Newmarket is a volunteer group of community-minded individuals who participate in a number of activities to enhance the lives of others. Fundraising is an important part of all these activities. The Rotary Club of Newmarket Charitable Trust has been established to account for funds raised and the distribution of these funds. All funds raised through and received from the Auckland Garden DesignFest will be allocated to child-specific activities.

Designer: Rachael Farthing

Address: 16 Franklin Rd, Freemans Bay

A special project designed by Babylon Gardens for an architect (MAUD Design) and family, to complement the modern extension to a heritage villa. From a simple cobbled drive, the beautifully-laid creamy crazy-paving stone path leads to the rear garden, a pool, bespoke fence and reused brick. The 170 sqm garden also makes room for growing vegetables and a lawn.

Decisions around surfaces and hard landscaping for the whole site were based on adding warmth and avoiding severe edges between spaces.

Installation & Construction: Babylon Gardens

Pool: Hansen Pools & Academy Tiles

Designer: Richard Neville

Address: 94 Kiwi Rd, Pt Chevalier

A Richard Neville design, developed in collaboration with Studio Naomi Rushmer, is a project titled ‘Connection’ and explores the relationship between architecture, gardens and people. The garden is designed as an extension of the home and unites the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture. The planting design operates at the intersection of native, perennial and tropical plant palettes. Evergreen foliage provides structure and texture year round, while perennials offer seasonal change and surprise. The garden offers togetherness, relaxation and environmental intimacy.

Construction: Luitjen Landscapes & Shearer Landscapes

Pool: Aqua Technics

Designer: Andy Hamilton

Address: 48 John St, Ponsonby

The brief for the rear garden was to create a family friendly usable outdoor space that needed to accommodate rather a lot of functional requirements in a relatively small space. A swimming pool, dining terrace, lawn, firebowl terrace and edible garden were aspects of the brief. A carefully proportioned and simple composition seemed to work best to achieve a spacious garden which could include the programmatic requirements of the client’s brief. Privacy planting coupled with seasonality, texture and layering informed the planting design which combines evergreen hedges with some deciduous trees and shrubs.

Installation & Maintenance: Second Nature

Designer: Jenny Pullar

Address: 23 Esmeralda Ave, Avondale

Designer, owner Jenny Pullar embraced as a sustainable design challenge to work with existing situation including 1960’s house with brown stained deck railing. In the interconnected garden rooms, colour is key - pink and orange flowers in entry courtyard. From the deck Cotinus arch over broad steps into main garden with purple flowers and foliage plus green and cream with mosaic stepping stones in a no mow fine fescue lawn. There is also an orchard area and a secret courtyard.

Installation: Andrew Collins Designer Gardens

Mosaics: Joy Glasgow 5 6 7 8
Design: Jose Gutierrez L td I mage: Sam Hartnett

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Designer: Barbara Garrett

Address: 92 Calgary St, Mt Eden

This quirky and personable garden, designed by Barbara Garrett, evolved over 10 years. The rocky undulating site and pre-existing concrete structures determined its form. From a jungle of vegetation, selected perimeter trees were kept to provide screening. The small formal front garden features a persimmon and simple mass planting of textural greens. The sloping back garden is a delightful surprise; a mixture of bananas, plum, citrus, persimmon, feijoa and guava, subtropicals in pots and mounded rosemary, bay and hydrangea.

Planting: Barbara Garrett Planting Design

Maintenance: O’Brien Planting & Garden Care and Owner

Designer: Barbara Garrett

Address: 106 Grange Rd, Mt Eden

The restoration of this unique Mt Eden site by Barbara Garrett, is an ongoing project for the present owners. The gracious turn of the century villa was built high on the end of a Maungawhau lava flow, creating rocky challenges for building outdoor spaces and new gardens.

Design decisions were heavily influenced by the existing landforms and large native trees. Mitigating the towering appearance of the house and improving entrance levels to the garden and house were the main priorities.

Planting: Barbara Garrett Planting Design

Hardscape Design & Construction: Strass Landscapes Garden Maintenance: O’Brien Planting & Garden Care

Designer: Val Puxty

Address: 20 Atanga Ave, Mt Eden

This garden perched atop a hill, is brimming with personality. Designed by Val Puxty in collaboration with the ceramic sculptor owner, the garden is quixotic and bright.

A mix of natives and subtropicals, old trees and perennial borders, the site takes full advantage of the treed surrounding urban landscape and is a visual delight. The garden features formal and clipped, wild and woodland in unexpected combinations, big bold colours and lush cool greens sprinkled with the artist owner’s sculptural creations.

Installation: Val Puxty Landscape Design and Harrison Landscaping

Plants: Palmers Gardenworld Remuera

Designer: Xanthe White Design

Address: 38 Valley Rd, Mt Eden

A marriage between old and new, this garden weaves an original workers cottage with contemporary architecture through a bold use of natives in biomorphic forms. This garden is for those who want a city chic that enriches the landscape and native ecology as well as being robust for family life that includes children, chickens and a beloved dog. The paving around the old totara is all permeable to allow water flow through the root structure and the protection of old trees as well as planting of stands of beautiful rewarewa brings additional birdlife to the garden.

Installation & Softscape - Xanthe White Design 9 10 11 12

Designer: Rachel Thomson

Address: 5 Bellevue Road, Mt Eden

An established formal garden lies hidden on the hillside below Maungawhau/Mt Eden, created by owner & director of Gardenia Design. The verdant sheltered garden complements the 1880 villa surrounded by majestic old trees, adding to the sense of grandeur on arrival. Striking King ferns, nikau, Blechnum ‘silver lady’ and Ligularia embellish the path leading to the front of the house where the pool sits perched with fabulous views out to the west, framed by clipped hedging and lush lawns.

Pool: Shafer Design. Pool Installation: Frontier Pools

Maintenance: Owner, Dept of Doing, Head Gardener and Doug at Lawn Mastery

Designer: Jo Hamilton

Address: 219/23 Edwin St, Mt Eden

Great skill is clearly demonstrated at this abundant urban terrace, designed and maintained by owner Jo Hamilton and husband Mark. Trees provide an overhead layer and sense of enclosure and work to separate the spaces for food production, dining, relaxation and entertaining-holm oaks, bay, Cercis, Albizzia, Lagerstromia, and the rare African Schrebera alata. Plentiful attractive pots hold perennials and citrus while the vegetable garden provides year round food. Jo is also responsible for the charming courtyard planting outside the aparment.

Installation: Joanna Hamilton Landscape Design

Cotter House

Address: 2 Saint Vincent Ave, Remuera

This heritage house sits at the top of St Vincent Ave with grand views to the surrounding landscape. A subtropical garden leads to to the house which will be open for viewing, courtesy of the owners. The original house was built by merchant Thomas Newman in 1847. In 1862 it was replaced with a grander, Victorian gothic style house and ballroom.

On the lawn will be market stalls plus tea and coffee - a great place to eat your picnic lunch.

Designer: Geoffrey Marshall

Address: 109 Portland Road, Remuera

A series of lush and luxuriant garden rooms linked by stone paths was developed through close collaboration between garden designer Geoffrey Marshall and the owner, Melanie Hollingsworth. The garden surrounds an expanded 1950s modernist house with skilful use of existing features - a stand of giant bamboo, a stream, a woodland copse, stone walls, all of which anchor the new garden. Intense dialogue about colour and form has created a richly detailed result to ensure year round interest.

Construction: Paul Naylor, Garden Transformations Soft Landscaping - Geoffrey Marshall

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Academy Tiles +61 2 9436 3566

Ace Landscapes 021 220 7779

Adam Evans Urbis Landscapes 021 0251 9609

Alex McClew Alexander McClew Landscape Design 021 251 6946

Andy Hamilton Studio 022 1234 994

Aqua Technnics Pool & Spa Centre 09 837 5195

Ben Shearer Landscape Design 021 801 623

Barbara Garrett Barbara Garrett Planting Design Ltd 021 441 411

Damian Wendelborn

URBANite Landscape Design 021 248 1177

Designer Gardens 021 170 1907

Eco-Outdoor Stone Products 09 282 8286

Frontier Pools 021 868 853


Garden Transformations Ltd Paul Naylor 027 663 8227

Geoffrey Marshall Garden Designer & Horticulturist

Hansen Pools 021 870 095

Harrison Landscaping Jonathan Harrison 021 545 220

Head Gardener Jade Vatselias 027 667 7927

Jenny Pullar Jenny Pullar Landscape Lighting & Garden Design 021 399 932

Jo Hamilton

Joanna Hamilton Landscape Design 021 271 3070

Lawn Mastery Doug Whimp 021 028 28578

Luijten Landscaping 09 294 6620

McKenzie Gardening John & Alexandra McKenzie 022 634 9708

Megan Edwards Architects 09 817 4425

Ministry of Ground 021 993 993

Mosaics Joy Glasgow 021 311 129

O’Brien Planting & Garden Care Ltd Shamus O’Brien 09 307 0706

Rachael Farthing Babylon Gardens 020 4079 4509

Rachel Thomson Gardenia Design Ltd 027 433 8311

Richard Neville Neville Design Studio 022 406 1054

Second Nature Gardens 09 524 6672

Shafer Design Studio Limited 09 421 1412

Strass Landscape Developers Craig Steiner 09 358 3303

Studio Naomi Rushmer

Trish Bartleet Trish Bartleet Landscape Design 027 653 9177

Val Puxty Val Puxty Landscape Design 027 659 9053

Worth Landscaping Jo Worth 021 197 2518

Xanthe White Design 09 815 1187

Designer: Alex McClew

Address: 285 Victoria Ave, Remuera

Nestled down a quiet right-of-way is one of Remuera’s most “secret” gardens. The picturesque setting borrows landscape from both neighbouring St Kentigerns School grounds to the east, with its large old trees and sea views of Hobson Bay to the north. The garden was developed over time following the house’s construction in 1997. Alexander McClew designed the new centrepiece, a two-tiered pond and waterfall. Old moss-covered and gnarly stones were specially selected for a natural, weathered, age-old appearance.

Construction: Ace Landscapes

Maintenance: McKenzie Gardening

Dawson & Co

Address: 115 The Strand, Parnell

Catch your breath and refresh yourself with a complimentary hot or cold beverage courtesy of premier sponsor, Dawson & Co at their spacious Parnell Store.

While you are there stroll around the showroom and be inspired by this season’s exciting new range of outdoor furniture from Tribu, DEDON and Cove Outdoor.


Garden visitors are invited to meet at Dawson & Co between 3-5pm on Saturday 26th November for a complimentary Malfy gin and tonic courtesy of Pernod Ricard

Designer: Dan Mackay

Address: 27 Geraldine Place, Kohimarama

A single Cercis placed in front of the striking red house is the entrance to the garden. Beautifully made wooden steps lead through the herb and vegetable garden beneath palms, cordyline and subtropicals to the main lawn. A simple swathe of green complements the strong colours of the house. A tall trimmed hedge of titoki and palms frame the pool and the garden has a sheltered intimate feel surrounded by neighbourhood trees.

Construction, installation & maintenance: Ministry of Ground

Designer: Xanthe White Design

Address: 1 Croydon Rd, Mt Eden

The design of this garden was centred around the movement of a wheelchair which created circular and fluid forms adding a distinct beauty and pleasure unique to this space. Rather than treating accessibility as an attachment to space, treating it as a driver to explore space creates something dynamic, immersive and beautiful. The planting design shares a spirit of inclusiveness, richness for ecology, productivity and effervescence to create a space that is extravagant, verdant and could be created on the smallest of budgets” – Xanthe White

NB Garden opens 9-10am exclusively for wheelchair users

Design: Xanthe White Design Planting & Maintenance: Worth Landscaping Hardscapes: Justin Hurt, Architecture: Pac Studio
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