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Editor Vikki Mason

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Editorial/Marketing Co-ordinator Erina Starkey Editorial Intern Keefer Cornwall Production & Design Kate McKinnon

From the Editor

Cover Design Kate Podger

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elcome to the 15th Edition of Outdoor Design Source, Australia’s most comprehensive directory of landscape and external works, products and services. Featuring everything needed to specify an external works project, from planning and design through to hard and soft landscaping and maintenance, Outdoor Design Source has the entire

landscape architecture, design and construction industries covered.

I first started working on Outdoor Design Source more than five years ago. I had no editorial or publishing experience – my background was in customer service and account management. Joining the Outdoor Design Source team was a great starting point for my foray into the publishing world. Over five years I have changed roles several times, working in marketing, as the Editor of Poolside and Poolside Showcase and even left publishing to work in communications for a period. But now I’m back working on another edition of Outdoor Design Source!

Associate Publisher (& NSW Sales) Emil Montibeler Sales/Account Managers Pilar Danlag (Vic & Tas) Deborah Hainsworth (Qld) John Oliver (Vic & Tas) Sandy Shaw (SA) Bonita Sullivan (WA) Advertising Senior Designer Martha Rubazewicz Advertising Production Co-ordinator Caitlin Bartlett

Coming back to Outdoor Design Source has been like coming home. While the world of Outdoor Design Source is ever changing, it is still familiar and welcoming. Many of the same clients I worked with five years ago are still with us, as is most of our Sales team. I’d like to thank our loyal advertisers who continue to work with us. The landscaping and external works industry is a great industry to work in and it’s been a pleasure getting to know you all again. And to the new companies that have joined us for this issue, welcome to the family!

Chairman/CEO Prema Perera

A great deal of time and effort goes into the production of Outdoor Design Source and Emil Montibeler and I would like to take

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this opportunity to thank the entire team for their hard work, dedication and commitment. A big thank you also goes out to the Industry Associations that support and endorse Outdoor Design Source. Having the support of the industry is vital to the success

Chief Financial Officer Vicky Mahadeva

of the directory and ensures Outdoor Design Source remains at the forefront of the landscape and external works industry.

Associate Publisher Emma Perera

We have some exciting developments happening in the area of online – with so many of us sitting in front of our

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computers for eight hours each day, we are proud to have a comprehensive website to complement this print directory. Please check it out at www.outdoordesign.com.au and feel free to send us any thoughts you may have on what you’d like to see or to provide us with any interesting content you may have. You can always reach us via email at ods@universalmagazines.com.au or by phone on 1800 838 888. I hope you find this edition of Outdoor Design Source to be a vital reference tool for all your landscaping and external works needs in the year ahead.

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All the best for 2013!

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Outdoor Design Source would like to thank and recognise the following people and representative associations for giving their time, effort, direction and input into the 15th edition of ODS: Andrew Reedy & Michael De Sousa – Forpark Australia Anton Beardmore - HUB Street Equipment Arthur Lathouris - Arthur Lathouris Landscape & Design Atlantis Water Management Darrel Conybere – Street Furniture Australia Darren Mason – Andreasens Green Dean Herald – Rolling Stone Landscapes Doug Wimble – Spraygrass Landscapes Australia Frank Sticka – CivEnEx Jason McGarry – Eureka Landscapes Marc Patterson – Andreasens Green Mike Botton & Carol Gardiner - botton + gardiner Mike Skegg – NGINA Richard Mullen - All Stake Supply Stephen Simpson - Simpsons Landscapes Steve Warner - OUTHOUSE Design/AILDM Troy Creighton – Stormtech Arboriculture Australia Association of Hydraulic Services Consultants of Australia Inc Australian Engravers & Signmakers Association Inc Australian Institute of Horticulture Inc Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Australian Institute of Landscape Designers & Managers Ltd Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Australian Landscape Industry Association Concrete Masonry Association of Australia DesignBUILD

Green Building Council of Australia Green Roofs Australasia Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia & NZ Inc International Erosion Control Association (Australasia) International Federation of Park and Recreation Administration Irrigation Australia Ltd Kidsafe Landscape Australia Expo Landscape Contractors Association of NSW Ltd Landscape Victoria Landscape NSW & ACT Landscape Queensland Industries Inc Landscaping Australia National Precast Concrete Association Australia Interior Plantscape Association Nursery & Garden Industry Australia Parks & Leisure Australia Queensland Arboricultural Association Sports Turf Association Sports Contractors Association Stormwater Industry Association Inc Sustainable Business Australia Swimming Pool and Spa Alliance (SPASA) Think Brick Australia Turf Australia Turf Queensland Urban Development Institute of Australia

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Outdoor Design Source allows specifiers of external works to source a range of products and services quickly and easily. There are several different ways of accessing information, as follows: 1. By Chapter Chapters are listed according to stages in the landscape design process. If you are looking for general information on Paving or Erosion Control/Soil Stabilisation, the most effective search is by chapter, as listed on the contents pages. Each chapter may also include a range of sub-headings which provide further assistance.

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MAINTENANCE AND INDUSTRY INFORMATION & SUPPLIES Includes our 2013 Exemplary Projects Showcase If it’s maintenance contractors or industry information you’re after, look to ODS. This essential directory has everything you’ll need when it comes to maintenance contractors, landscape industry information and landscape design software.

CONTENTS EXEMPLARY PROJECTS SHOWCASE Australian & International Showcase MAINTENANCE Maintenance .Arboricultural Services .Graffiti Management .Landscape Asset Management .Landscape Maintenance Contractors .Roadway Services

INDUSTRY INFORMATION & SUPPLIES Technical Equipment & Supplies .Architectural Models .Computer Aided Design & Development .Printers, Plotters & Filing Systems .Software Programs .Drafting Supplies .Industry Labour Hire .Presentation Aids .Surveying Instruments

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elcome to the Outdoor Design Source Exemplary Projects Showcase. Featuring the best of the best in landscape design and construction, the Exemplary Projects Showcase features a mix of both Australian and international projects and includes some of the industry's most renowned companies. From Sydney to Singapore, Perth to Paris, and Queensland to Qatar, the Exemplary Projects Showcase has all corners of the world covered. We hope you enjoy this year's Showcase of projects and find inspiration in the world-class designs. INDEX Ace Landscapes Andreasens Green Atlantis Water Management Christopher Trotter Design Landscapes Elmich Eureka Landscapes GLG GreenLife Group Grassman (Classic Clay) Greenwall Australia HUB Street Equipment Leda Security Products Pasco Construction Solutions Phase3 Landscape Construction Professional Turf & Garden Proludic Simpson Landscapes Street Furniture Australia


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BUILDING NEW LANDS When Hong Kong Disneyland wanted three new lands built, they returned to the Australian company who performed a vital role in the construction of the base park – Design Landscapes Pty Ltd

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he design specifications for Grizzly Gulch at Hong Kong Disneyland required an American Wild West frontier town to be recreated in Asia. This needed all of Design Landscapes’ considerable skills in logistics, themed concrete and hard and soft landscapes to fulfil the brief. The most notable aspect of the project is the realistic appearance of the themed finishes. Over 4000m2 of concrete was themed to look like dirt roads, rough tracks, pot holes and mud flats. To give the main pedestrian access path a more convincing “frontier town” main street appearance, horse and cart tracks, bear prints and a secondary layer of texturing cracks were included in the concrete, using a multifaceted process. Even the buildings have concrete floors stamped to look like timber. Design Landscapes is leading the way in using this type of themed concrete technology. It begins with integral coloured concrete and hand seeded aggregates – for


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“Themed paving finishes use multiple layers of hand seeded aggregate, latex stamps and stones to blur fixed edges with softscape components. This gives the themed concrete paving a natural, dirt track look.�

this project, eight different aggregates were used. Then colour release agents, stamping and imprints, such as bear prints and cart tracks, were added. Retarders, acid wash and colour staining were then used. By utilising this detailed process, Design Landscapes is able to give the concrete texture and 3D effects such as potholes and cracks. Large stones were used to blur the fixed edges to create a natural look. Not only did the concrete need to be themed correctly, it also needed to be functional, so it is 225mm thick to allow emergency vehicle access. The themed concrete was installed on multiple fronts to ensure completion occurred within three months. Another critical component of the design was the need for soft landscapes to screen views that distract from the Wild West theme. It was also essential they look established for opening day. To achieve these goals, mature sized trees and shrubs were used. Plants were carefully selected from around the world and imported into Hong Kong. Contact: Design Landscapes Pty Ltd Michael Platt Ph: 02 9958 9400 Email: michael.platt@designls.com Web: www.designls.com

PROJECT PARTICULARS Contractors: Design Landscapes Pty Ltd & Themed International Co. Ltd Client: Walt Disney Imagineering Landscape Architect: Walt Disney Imagineering


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CITY SANCTUARY A living wall can project a sense of calm and tranquillity, even in the busiest of places

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he unique living wall at Tantalo Hotel was conceived by VerdeGreen, for hotel guests to benefit from nature within a man-made environment. The living wall is a vertical bio-wall, designed to regulate ambient temperature, minimise noise, improve air quality and beautify the internal aesthetics. This piece of living art has become a favoured feature with visitors and guests for enhancing their sense of wellbeing and relaxation. The contrast of the hotel’s exterior historical inspiration and the focus on contemporary local art on the inside gives the property a truly unique feel. Central to the hotel’s design, both physically and figuratively, is the main lounge’s “living wall”. Standing at eight metres wide and two storeys high, this sustainable, striking installation plays host to some 983 plants of native Panamanian flora, watered by reclaimed rainwater direct from the atrium’s skylights. The ground floor lounge, with its UV-filtered atrium and two-storey green wall, is the hub of activity, where old suitcases get a second life as coffee tables. This is Panama’s first living interior wall.


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The green wall has the capacity to consume and process the same amount of CO2 as three 5-metre high native trees, adding green building benefits to the interior of an existing hotel retrofit. A total of 827 modular recycled plastic Atlantis Gro-Wall® 3 modules were put together in a geometrical pattern to cover 48m2 of space in the lobby area. The 983 plants of eight different native species were individually identified with an alpha-numerical code that allowed Atlantis Water Management to trace each plant and monitor its adaptation and development.

The vegetation was planted in ProTERRA GM, a specially formulated organic lightweight growing media. This project goes to show that with some outside the square ideas, an interior wall can become a focal point and a gathering place that promotes wellbeing and provides respite from a busy city. Contact: Atlantis Water Management Ph: 02 9417 8344 Email: info@atlantiscorp.com.au Web: www.atlantiscorp.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Greenwall Design/Build: VERDEGREEN Modular Greenwall System: Atlantis Gro-Wall® 3 Growing Media Manufacturer/Supplier: ProTERRA Bioclimatic Architects: Valentina Amaya and Alegre Saporta Structural Engineer: Melvin Urriola, Aqua Terra Agronomist: Jonathan Nuñez, Aqua Terra Environmental Engineer: Xavier Rodriguez Project Managers: Maria Fernanda de Mendoza and Maria Isabel Conde

“This piece of living art has become a favoured feature with visitors and guests for enhancing their sense of wellbeing and relaxation.”


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LUSAIL CITY BECOMES DESIGN HUB Inspired by the theme “Water is Life”, HUB Street Equipment took its influence from the forms created and influenced by water

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fter an exhaustive international selection process, HUB Street Equipment was selected to design and supply a range of unique urban furniture suites and pole solutions for the iconic Lusail City Development Project in Doha, Qatar. After an initial invitation-only pre-selection process, HUB was selected from a shortlist of world leaders in street furniture design from the US, Denmark, Spain, England and Italy. The Lusail Development is an environment where design, architecture and engineering leaders from around the world have been brought together to create one of the most inspiring international developments in recent history. Designed by HUB’s talented in-house design team, each unique piece in the Lusail range of street furniture suites personifies exemplary design, high-quality materials and high-tech engineering. Inspired by the theme of the Lusail project  “Water is Life”  HUB took its influence from the forms created and influenced by water; from the corroded,


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“Formal, detailed, distinctive and of the highest quality; these elements were designed to show an attention to detail and finish befitting of the luxury waterfront region.”

curved edges of the coastal landscape to the biologically sculptured forms of life in the sea, HUB has captured the elegance, simplicity and beauty of the natural forms associated with the marine environment. HUB designed six unique suites of furniture, in addition to a range of customised variations of the HUB.Pole multi-functional pole system. All these solutions were also designed to withstand the harsh Middle Eastern climate, whilst maintaining a classic, timeless design. With over 35 square kilometres of development, Lusail will be delivered in stages with certain priority areas establishing the benchmark standards of the project right from the beginning. The first rollout of furniture and poles has already begun within the Marina District situated in the Southern part of Lusail. Two premium suites of furniture including the ‘Qetaifan’, as well as the award-winning ‘Marina’ suite feature within this district and feature a common vernacular. Formal, detailed, distinctive and of the highest quality, these elements were designed to show an attention to detail and finish befitting of the luxury waterfront region. Teak and polished aluminium were utilised to reflect and reference the passing watercraft. With the Marina Seat having recently won an Australian International Design Award, HUB’s designs are meeting the highest standards expected for use within the Lusail Development. Contact: HUB Street Equipment Ph: 02 9212 7144 Email: info@hubstreetequipment.com.au Web: www.hubstreetequipment.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Project: Lusail Development Client: Lusail Real Estate Development Company Landscape Architect: Rainer Schmidt Street Furniture Design and Supply: HUB Street Equipment


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A PALETTE OF LIVING “GREEN” Besides many environmental benefits, this green roof and living wall effectively complement each other and embody the spirit of being eco-friendly and sustainable

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oth the rooftop and third level broad-front façades of the new South Wing of the Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore are painted with a palette of living “green”. A 3480m2 green roof blankets almost its entire rooftop, whilst a 640m2 green wall decorates two broad-front façades at the third level of the building. Elmich provides landscape engineering and architectural products and was the designer/ manufacturer of the green wall and green roof systems for the new South Wing of Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore. The project was completed in 2012. Temasek Polytechnic has a 30-hectare campus and more than 1200 academic and administrative staff catering to approximately 15,000 full-time students. Reputed for its academic programs, applied research, managerial excellence and innovative corporate culture, the Polytechnic prepares school-leavers and working adults for a future of dynamic change, with relevant knowledge, life-long skills and values. Besides many environmental benefits, the green roof and living wall effectively


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“Aesthetically pleasing, the refreshing green roof and façade walls provide a cooler and more conducive learning environment.”

complement each other and embodies the spirit of continuous effort by the Polytechnic to be eco-friendly and sustainable. They also serve as reminders to the Polytechnic’s student population of a need to be sensitive of their environment and encourage protection and preservation of the environment. Aesthetically pleasing, the refreshing green roof and façade walls provide a cooler and more conducive learning environment and reinforces the Polytechnic’s pledge to “bring education to life and life to education“. On the green roof, VersiCell® drainage cells were placed between the raised ridges of the metal corrugated roof to provide a level surface for the Elmich Green Roof system to be installed. The system includes VersiDrain 25P® drainage and water retention trays followed by a geotextile filter layer that allows EnviroMix® GR, a predominantly inorganic planting media, to be placed on top. Drought-tolerant plants (cyanotiscristata, zephyranthesrosea, sedum mexicanum, tradescantiapallida, wedeliatrilobata) were specially selected for planting. An automated irrigation system delivers water and nutrients at pre-determined times and durations to the green roof. On the façades, the Elmich VGM® Green Wall system comprising of modular Vertical Greening Modules (VGM®) planting boxes, made from recycled materials, were pre-planted in a controlled nursery environment for the selected green wall

plants (Pedilanthustithymaloides “variegated”, Exocaeriacochinensis, Polysciasfruticosa, Scheffleraarboricola “variegated”, Dracaena reflexa “green”, Dracaena reflexa “variegated”) to be established and vertically orientated before installation on-site. The versatile VGM® modular system, which also includes a stainless steel mounting system, allows attractive intricate patterns to be incorporated in the design of the living wall. Regular irrigation and supply of nutrients for selected durations at pre-determined times is delivered by an automated irrigation system. The installation of the living roof and living wall has helped the new South Wing of the Temasek Polytechnic to clinch the BCA Green Mark for Buildings (New NonResidential Buildings) Platinum Award 2012. Contact: Elmich Australia Pty Ltd Ph: 02 9648 2073 Email: vince.agliozzo@elmich.com.au Web: www.elmich.com

PROJECT PARTICULARS Architect: Forum Architects Pte Ltd Living Wall System: Elmich Pte Ltd Green Roof System: Elmich Pte Ltd Landscape Contractor: Nature Landscapes Pte Ltd Drip Irrigation Specialist: Netatech Pte Ltd


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“Nine out of 10 of the top male tennis players in the world have spent considerable time of their development on clay.”

CLAY POWER An innovative rooftop tennis court in Paris showcases how clay is the choice of champions

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fantastic Classic Clay™ installation on the rooftop of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, France became the perfect setting for a pre-tournament exhibition match for the French Open 2011 with Australian Sam Stosur, Ana Ivanovic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Richard Gasquet. Tennis Australia featured the French Federation images of the event on Classic Clay™ with the iconic Eiffel Tower

showcased in the background. The world class ITF-rated and patented clay surface designed for high-performance tennis has been attracting attention around the world as the premiere surface in the development of elite champions. Just recently, the USTA player development team announced that it will be moving its premier junior tennis tournament, the Orange Bowl, from hard

courts to clay citing ‘concerns’ rising over the lack of US players in the world’s upper echelons of the game, the elite top 10. They believe the US will have a better chance at developing stronger, more versatile tennis players by having them learn, practise and compete on clay. European players Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer all grew up playing on clay. In Australia, Tennis Australia recognises a huge interest


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in clay courts and supports Macquarie University’s recently developed clay research centre studying the benefits of clay court surface movement in the making of champions. They’ve observed that nine out of 10 of the top male tennis players in the world have spent considerable time of their development on clay. They have noted that clay courts help players develop the required patience, footwork and skills. The rooftop installation in Paris features an authentic Australian Classic Clay™ court. The primary characteristic of the system is that it replicates traditional clay court playing characteristics whilst offering a 'waterless', low maintenance alternative. The infill being commercially sieved, colour pigmented and furnace fired, is consistent in shape and size, and offers controlled clay slide and aesthetic appeal. The coating prevents the surface from binding or compacting and contributes to the superior drainage qualities. This

technique also ensures less down time after rainfall allowing players to spend more time on the surface. In addition, the patent claims of the Classic Clay™ offer the inbuilt raised 'Permaline' court marking system, which allows the over infilling of the court surface to settle to the precise height of the raised 'Permaline™' ensuring clear line marking definition and a clay court playing surface without adverse ball bounces. This revolutionary design results in a tennis

PROJECT PARTICULARS Client: Galeries Lafayette, Paris

court that plays like clay, slides like clay, has consistent ball bounce and looks exactly like a perfectly prepared clay court, but requiring less maintenance. Classic Clay™ is available Australia-wide and through international agents. Contact: Meredith Waterford: Classic Clay™ Ph: 02 9316 7244 Fax: 02 9316 7266 Email: Meredith@classicclay.com Web: www.classicclay.com


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INTERPRETING HISTORY The sensitive interpretation of an historic site across multiple levels produces an awardwinning open space

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unya Estate is a new residential development by Landcom located near Doonside, NSW. The Estate is situated on the original site of the Bungarribee Homestead complex. Landcom’s initial landscape design brief was to create several zones providing passive and active recreational space across a 30,000m2 area. Design Landscapes Pty Ltd undertook the construction of the works which honours the site’s historic significance. The project won Design Landscapes the prestigious Landscape NSW & ACT (LNA) 2012 Excellence in Landscape Construction Award – Open Space category and the 2012 Landscape Construction of the Year Award. The broad acre site is designed over many levels – each with its own personality and design challenges. The Homestead’s footprint, together with the original mature pine trees, holds an elevated position overlooking the western end of the park. Prior to construction, an

archaeological dig was undertaken to identify the location of the homestead’s remains. Care was taken to preserve the archaeological elements under a protective layer of sand and filter fabric. Construction included excavation, grading, sub-soil drainage, soil amelioration, irrigation, planting and turfing, paving, stairs, handrails, balustrades, lighting and the installation of playground equipment. Plant selection and placement pays tribute to the area’s historic past by using ornamental fruit trees in the ‘orchard’ and lavender in the interpretative kitchen garden. The works also include landmark-sized retaining walls ranging in height up to 4.5m with runs up to 50m in length. They are constructed as Class 2 off-form in-situ concrete structures with sandstone facing. The large retaining walls were formed and poured to full height in one lift in a hit and miss configuration. Sandstone was imported to the site, hand split and roughly squared


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before installation. The sandstone was then dry jointed and wet fixed to the concrete walls with a rustic finish to reflect the site’s heritage. The overall look of the site is an impressive combination of large scale retaining walls and paving, with delicate plantings reflecting the site’s early colonial history. Contact: Design Landscapes Pty Ltd Michael Platt Ph: 02 9958 9400 Email: michael.platt@designls.com Web: www.designls.com

PROJECT PARTICULARS Contractor: Design Landscapes Pty Ltd Client: Landcom Landscape Architect: CLOUSTON Associates

“Homage is paid to the original homestead, out buildings, kitchen garden and orchard creating a tapestry of hard and soft landscapes.”


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RELAX IN STYLE As part of an upgrade to the parklands, new seating was sourced to promote a relaxed vibe

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anting to encourage people to use the park more throughout the working week was the main driving force behind the upgrade of Mascot Park. The park is well located for nearby offices and businesses and it was hoped that people would come to the park to relax, eat lunch and simply get outside during the day. To achieve this goal, the furniture required needed to be both visually inviting and comfortable. There are other areas and features of the park which focus more on other aspects of the park’s visitors, such as family, leisure and exercise, but this particular space was more about relaxation. The seat is a stylish interpretation of a sun lounge, chosen by Street Furniture Australia who wanted to move away from heavy and rigid looking furniture and create something floating and asymmetrical. The inspiration for the design was a flower or lily leaning forwards, with the cupped middle section inviting passers-by to lie back into the seat and relax. The seat also pays homage to Sydney University’s chaise-style seats which were


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“The seat is a stylish interpretation of a sun lounge, chosen by Street Furniture Australia who wanted to move away from heavy and rigid looking furniture and create something floating and asymmetrical.”

designed by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and built by Street Furniture. The key feature of the seat is the single ‘fin’ type leg, which supports it. The curvilinear shape of the ‘fin’ leg gives a ‘forward-leaning’ effect from the side elevation and an unsupported, floating effect from the front. Also the typical Street Furniture style battens, as used in much of its furniture since the company started 26 years ago, firmly state that this is a seat to be sat on, not just a sculpture to be admired. The seat has been subsurface fixed into a concrete footing and paved over the fixing. This was to allow for lawn mowers to get around the seats, without needing to get too close to them. The frame is mild steel, and the battens are Western Australian Jarrah. It’s not hard to believe the park is now a favoured spot by many a local worker, looking for the perfect escape on their lunch break. Contact: Street Furniture Australia Ph: 1800 027 799 Email: info@streetfurniture.com Web: www.streetfurniture.com


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BUILDING THE NATION’S FUTURE

The landscape construction for five new Super Schools has been GLG GreenLife Group’s largest project in South Australia to date

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outh Australia’s new Super Schools will replace 20 existing schools and preschools in the north, inner-north and north-western suburbs of Adelaide. The schools will cater for up to 4645 students and provide childcare places for a further 290 children. The comprehensive construction services included site surveys, achieving correct bench levels, construction of droughttolerant garden beds, construction and establishment of sports playing fields, construction and establishment of dry grassland areas, construction and installation of playgrounds including unique sandpits, installation of complex irrigation


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“The company’s success in meeting and exceeding the needs of its diverse client base is built on a constant commitment to professionalism.”

systems including mainline installation, and soil and compaction testing. GLG GreenLife Group was engaged by national building company, Hansen Yuncken, to provide landscape construction services for five of the six new Super Schools in Adelaide’s northern suburbs. The project consisted of construction and maintenance of drought-tolerant sports turf and garden beds throughout the school sites, including site surveillance and soil testing. All garden beds required mulching to cater for drought conditions and GLG was responsible for the supply and installation of over 150,000 plants of various species and size. GLG provided sports turf construction, including site preparation, turf sodding and hydro-seeding of the sports fields. Forward planning ensured the sports fields would be established prior to the intense traffic on the surfaces following the opening of the Super Schools. Over 35,000 tonne of material was brought onto the five sites, and the irrigation systems included both sub-surface watering and sprinkler irrigation systems to garden beds and turf areas. Water to supply the irrigations systems was harvested on-site and stored in rainwater tanks. GLG ensured each site was resourced with a team of skilled personnel which included qualified landscapers, team leaders and landscape construction supervisors, backed up by contract managers to ensure the project progressed on schedule and on budget. Inclement weather caused delays for

some trades, but, with a systematic approach, GLG worked with the various construction and design teams on-site to meet timelines. All Super School projects had very firm schedules and GLG was able to continually meet these throughout the project with a structured and dedicated team approach. Originally known as Grounds & Gardens, GLG GreenLife Group has grown into one of Australia’s leading open space specialists, providing a diverse range of landscape construction, open space maintenance and project management services. With its strong environmental focus, GLG applies its philosophy of “build, maintain and sustain” to all of its open space projects throughout Australia. The company’s success in meeting and exceeding the needs of its diverse client base is built on a constant commitment to professionalism in all areas of its operations. Contact: GLG GreenLife Group Pty Ltd Ph: 1300 738 287 Web: www.glgcorp.com

PROJECT PARTICULARS Landscape Construction: GLG GreenLife Group Area Landscaped: Over 22 Hectares Contract Value: $6 million Plant/Tree Quantities: Over 150,000


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CREATING A COMMUNITY

At the heart of any development are the communal spaces which bring people together

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rooks Reach is a Stockland development on the New South Wales south coast; a picturesque, family-friendly master-planned residential community near Dapto. At completion, Brooks Reach will include 630 home sites set over 70 hectares and will feature parks, cycle ways and wide, open spaces. Completed in October 2012, Emu Park, constructed by Simpson Landscapes, sits within the development and was designed to create a playspace, with BBQ area and toilet facilities, for the local community. Children of the local community played a large part in the design of the park. The park has many different finishes and surfaces that work together and flow through the park. Varying levels and colours add a sense of movement and interest. It also allows multiple and separate areas for gathering, play and recreation. Different colours on surfaces also makes the design stand out. To keep the space feeling close to nature and not built-up, large areas of grass and mass plantings were included. The community wanted grassy open spaces to throw down a picnic blanket, kick off their shoes and feel the joy of grass and nature beneath their feet. A basketball court was included in the design for the bigger kids and adults to enjoy, along with a dinky track around a section of the playground. A covered shelter over seating and the BBQ provides welcome relief from the sun or rain for parents wanting to keep a close eye over their children enjoying the park facilities. While playground equipment is generally designed and installed to suit the little


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ones, this project tried to utilise playground equipment which would cater to all ages. And, in a sign of the times, the toilet facilities are fully automated and self-cleaning. Retaining walls and footpaths were built out of a special concrete mix and sand blasted to expose the aggregate in walls. Wet-pour stone was used for permeable paving around an existing established tree. The completed park is a space that is sure to be treasured by the lucky community who live there. Contact: Simpson Landscapes & Consultants Pty Ltd 67 Oak Road, Kirrawee NSW 2232 Ph: 02 9542 3976 Mob: 0418 232 620 Email: info@simpsonlandscapes.com.au Web: www.simpsonlandscapes.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Landscape Architects: JMD Design Plant supply: Andreasens Green Turf supply: Qualturf Supply Softfall: Lonaport Courts: Kangaroo Courts Australia Play equipment: Kompan & Playrope Toilet: Exeloo Pty Ltd Shelters: Landmark Products Ltd BBQ: ALLPARK Products Street furniture: Town & Park Concrete: Fassone Concrete Plumbing: Bonnet Bay Plumbing Electricals: Pipelec Electrical Decks: BK Cavenagh Constructions

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“Emu Park, constructed by Simpson Landscapes, was designed to create a playspace, with BBQ area and toilet facilities, for the local community.”


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SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS Cutting-edge design, functionality, expression and education result in an innovative community space

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he Grove Library is a new precinct that contains a state-of-the-art library facility and community centre for the Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Mosman Park & Town of Cottesloe, as well as the administrative offices for the Shire of Peppermint Grove. The Newforms Design Team designed the landscape for the precinct. The whole library precinct was built by PS Structures with Phase3 Landscape Construction providing building services for the soft landscaping and special features such as the sensory playground, light cubes and water feature. The role of the landscape architect was very important for this project; lead landscape architect, Matt Huxtable, landscape architectural project director for Newforms Landscape Architecture, was directly involved in putting together his

own sub-consultant team as well as actively working alongside and co-ordinating the team of sub-consultants. The project went beyond the brief and the client expectations. One of the key achievements for the Newforms team was getting the stakeholders onboard right from the start with embracing a low turf and predominately native plant palette for the landscape. Newforms saw the project as an opportunity to demonstrate new ideas in what a Perth civic park setting could be. Newforms was keen to only have as much lawn as could be supported by the wastewater generated on-site. In this way the turf areas were broken into a number of areas (rather than one big one) to add interest and enable the native planting to juxtapose with the turf areas.

Sustainability was a key part of all aspects of the project. A summary of key points are as follows: • Full waste water reuse for landscape irrigation • Collection and demonstration of treatment of stormwater from road catchment • Use of endemic flora to create biodiversity and provide the most resilient species to local conditions • Use of recycled materials such as re-milled railway sleepers and stone quarry spoils • Use of local materials such as Urbanstone paving • Small water feature at entrance topped up with rainwater and sized to suit allocation of water • Communication of the above through design of interpretive elements in the landscape


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The project demonstrates innovation by going beyond best practice through its integration of cutting-edge waste water reuse technologies in the landscape. The initiatives included: brown water separation, treatment and reuse; rainwater collection; and stormwater collection. The site is located at a low point of a major stormwater catchment area and the existing infrastructure was insufficient to deal with peak events. The civil engineering solution originally involved a massive subterranean soak well system that would have compromised the landscape by severely limiting trees and structure in the landscape. Newforms’ team designed an open sedge land basin that in storm events fills before the soak well system and subsides soon after. This plays out as a dynamic landscape feature which depicts the transient nature of water in the Perth landscape and provides an educational element. The appropriateness to function is apparent with the landscape providing a number of spaces for different users including quiet sitting areas, a children's sensory garden space and a robust civic space. Newforms Landscape Architecture, along with its partner company Phase3 Landscape Construction, offers a comprehensive service in the design and construction of high quality finished landscape projects. Phase3 Landscape Construction is a Perth-based landscape contracting company that offers a comprehensive service in all aspects of landscape construction. Newforms prides itself on creative, distinctive, intuitive and sustainable solutions to the design challenges presented by the unique conditions in contemporary urban and natural Australian environments. Contact: Phase3 Landscape Construction Unit 4, 11 Milson Place, O’Connor WA 6163 Ph: 08 9337 6985 Fax: 08 9337 6680 Email: contact@phasethree.net.au Web: www.phasethree.net.au

“The project demonstrates innovation by going beyond best practice through its integration of cutting-edge waste water reuse technologies in the landscape.” PROJECT PARTICULARS Client: Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland (Lead Consultant) for Shire of Peppermint Grove, Town of Mosman Park & Town of Cottesloe Lead Landscape Consultant: Newforms Landscape Architecture Key Team Members: Josh Byrne & Associates and the Environmental Technology Centre at Murdoch University Sub-Consultant Team: Structural + Civil Engineers: Maunsell/Aecom Electrical Engineers + Vertical Transportation Engineering: Engineering Technology Consultants (ETC)

Hydraulics Engineers: Wood & Grieve Engineers Mechanical + Environmental + Acoustic Engineers: Bassett Consulting Engineers Landscape Architects: Newforms Landscape Architecture Pty Ltd Quantity Surveyor: Page Kirkland Group Land Surveyor: John Massey Group Landscape Construction Project Manager: Matt Huxtable Superintendent: Matt Huxtable, Christian Wetjen Builders, Contractors + Fabricators: Phase3 Landscape Construction, PS Structures Photographer: James Simmons


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LUSH SURROUNDS

A tired and neglected pool area has been given a new lease on life with the inclusion of a vibrant greenwall


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he pool surrounds at this Sydney 5-star hotel were looking tired after receiving little attention over a 20-year period. The abundance of hard surfaces made the space hot and dry – not exactly the ideal conditions for an area which is intended to provide relief and relaxation for weary travellers. Greenwall Australia was brought in to design and install a vertical garden at the hotel, with a brief to soften the hard lines of the pool area and to cool the whole space, making it a far more inviting haven for hotel guests. The VertiGro Pro greenwall was the product used by Edward Warburton and his team at Greenwall Australia, as it had the benefits of easy installation and maintenance. Galvanised weldmesh frames were bolted to the exisiting pebblecrete walls and the VertiGro Pro pots were then clipped into place. Then, all that was required was for the irrigation to be hooked up and the wall was alive and growing! Greenwalls are at the leading edge of contemporary architecture, enriching our living and working environments. Greenwalls are used widely to fulfil new social and environmental demands, creating lush surroundings and improving air quality  both indoors and out. Another benefit of greenwalls are that they deliver a solution to spatial challenges – they use minimal floor space yet provide large green space – making them perfect for a wide variety of applications, including hotel pool areas, commercial reception areas and apartment balconies. Greenwall Australia is a Sydney-based firm that designs, installs and maintains greenwalls. Established in 2005 by Edward Warburton after years of working in the more conventional landscaping field, the firm is focused on the demand for, and design opportunities created by, vertical gardens. Greenwall Australia is the exclusive Australian distributor of the Bin Fen Greenwall System – a modular, waterefficient, lightweight, durable, cost-effective and easy-to-maintain system – that produces stunning results and can incorporate an incredible diversity of plant species.

“Greenwalls are at the leading edge of contemporary architecture, enriching our living and working environments.”

Contact: Greenwall Australia Pty Ltd Mob: 0405 681 121 Web: www.greenwallaustralia.com.au Web: www.vertigro.com.au


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KICKING DESIGN GOALS AT ALLIANZ STADIUM Upgrades to the forecourt of Allianz Stadium gave the tired space a fresh new look

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llianz Stadium (previously known as the Sydney Football Stadium) is one of Australia’s foremost sporting facilities playing host to Rugby League, Union, Football as well as concerts. Following recent capital works which increased the stadium's capacity from 42,000 to 45,500, upgrades were also made to the forecourt area to create a more significant entry experience for visitors to the stadium. Central to this upgrade are the multi-functional banner poles that create a vibrant and dynamic concourse at the main gates to Allianz Stadium. These multifunctional poles, as well as the furniture elements, were designed and supplied by HUB Street Equipment.


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“Complications on-site meant poles had to be delivered in separate deliveries, but, for a company who thrives on a challenge, HUB took it all in their stride.”

Working with Webb Australia and Cox Architecture, HUB’s design team collaborated to integrate unique accessories such as spotlights, signage, double banners and triple lightoutreaches, on its highly adaptable Multi-Functional Pole systems. Following this successful execution, HUB was then contracted to supply all new furniture required including seating and bollards. Working towards a tight deadline, with the forecourt needing to be completed before re-opening with major events in December, HUB was met with yet another challenge. Complications on-site meant poles had to be delivered in separate deliveries, but, for a company who thrives on a challenge, HUB took it all in their stride.

Following the complex delivery of the poles, S205 bollards and S202 benches were installed in the stadium forecourt. With a focus on functional, low maintenance solutions, the S205 bollards were modified to be collapsible to be more adaptable to the constantly changing conditions of their environment. Utilising minimal materials and refined contemporary forms, the S2 suite aimed to provide the stadium with beautiful, functional and robust furniture that will maintain the highest level of usability and stand the test of time. From the elegant grain of the timber slats in the seats, to the banners flying high from the MFP Systems, HUB has contributed to a project that truly speaks for itself. After this highly successful

transformation, HUB also looks forward to the opportunity of extending its services to the next stages of the project and beyond. Contact: HUB Street Equipment Ph: 02 9212 7144 Email: info@hubstreetequipment.com.au Web: www.hubstreetequipment.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Project: Allianz/Sydney Football Stadium Forecourt Client: Sydney Cricket Ground Trust Architect: Cox Architects Lighting Design: Webb Australia


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GREENING THE LANDSCAPE Andreasens Green has worked on many iconic projects over the years, with an exciting new era of spectacular projects just around the corner

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ndreasens Green Wholesale Nurseries has been a major supplier of plant material to the landscape industry since its establishment in 1981. Based in Sydney’s west, Andreasens has grown to become one of Australia’s leading wholesale nurseries with over 150 acres under production across five nursery sites in NSW and Queensland. Andreasens Green Executive Chairman, Tony Green, is proud of the contribution Andreasens has made to the wider landscape industry over the past 30 years. Andreasens has been involved in a wide range of projects over the years. “We’ve supplied all levels of government, residential and commercial projects across the east coast; we’ve even been involved in exporting plant material to projects in Hong Kong and Dubai. “Each project is memorable in some way; whether it was cutting-edge design, construction or presenting a new set of delivery logistics, the challenges were as many as they were varied. “We are proud of the long-standing relationships we have developed with the broader landscaping fraternity through


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“Andreasens Green has supplied many iconic sites; Darling Harbour and Sydney Olympic Park were enormous supply contracts for their time.”

the industry associations AILA and LNA, as well as on an individual business level. It’s great to travel around Sydney and reflect on the many mature landscapes that our team has been involved in and see firsthand the difference that our plants have made over the years.” Andreasens Green has supplied many iconic sites; Darling Harbour and Sydney Olympic Park were enormous supply contracts for their time. Today, Andreasens Green is managing plant supply for a new era of iconic Sydney projects. Andreasens is currently supplying the world’s largest vertical

garden at One Central Park on Broadway which will be home to a wide range of species totalling 100,000 plants. In addition, Andreasens' Mangrove Mountain Nursery is currently producing in excess of 70,000 groundcovers, shrubs and trees for installation at the new six hectare park, known as Headland Park at Barangaroo. Contact: Andreasens Green Wholesales Nurseries Ph: 02 9826 1911 Email: sales@andreasensgreen.com.au Web: www.andreasensgreen.com.au


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COMMUNAL SPACES

Eureka Landscapes has created a great space for an entire community to gather and unwind

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ust 25km north of Brisbane’s CBD, the 1,000 hectare, award-winning North Lakes development will become home to around 20,000 people, and will include retail, commercial and industrial precincts. Eureka Landscapes’ skills are showcased in the ongoing project – softscapes, concreting, decks, boardwalks, hardscapes, structures, golf course surrounds, sports grounds, horticultural management and wetland construction. One of the highlights of the development is the Club North Stage 1 Park. Eureka


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PROJECT PARTICULARS BBQs: BBQs R Us All other elements: Eureka Landscapes Pty Ltd

”The shelter and surrounding parklands draw from many influences – Asia, Europe and Australia.”


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ALL DECKED OUT At the heart of this new residential complex is a raised deck with a difference


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“This decked area has become an extremely popular place for residents to gather and socialise.” repair and maintenance of waterproofing membranes. The use of Buzon Pedestals reduces the weight-bearing loads on concrete slabs by eliminating the use of sand and cement mortar beds. The Buzon Pedestal incorporates a patented slope-correcting device, which compensates for a substrate fall of 0–5 per cent, to provide a perfectly level floor finish. The pedestals are extremely strong as they are precision-engineered from 4mm thick recycled polypropylene and capable of supporting loads of more than 1000kg per pedestal. At roof level, this load is evenly spread by the wide base area of each unit, making them ideal for almost all flat roofing substrates, eliminating damage to the waterproofing membrane. They can even be used directly over insulation material. This decked area has become an extremely popular place for residents to gather and socialise, as well as for children to play and run around. Contact: Pasco Construction Solutions Pty Ltd Ph: 03 9429 9111 Email: sales@pasco.net.au Web: www.pasco.net.au

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alvern Hill is a contemporary residential development located in inner-suburban Melbourne, built by Icon Constructions. The surrounding properties were established period-style homes with extensive gardens. SJB Planning, in conjunction with SJB Architects, assisted in the process of gaining approval for this more concentrated development. The result is a development which offers a diverse range of apartment styles with new pedestrian links that allow a greater sense of openness and flexibility within the precinct.

Pasco supplied the waterproofing membranes and Buzon height-adjustable pedestals for the extensive decking in the communal spaces of this development. The award-winning Buzon Pedestal can be used with pavers, timber decking and steel grating to create raised floors on balconies, terraces, green roofs, temporary floors and water features. Capable of accommodating heights from 17mm-1070mm, it allows unsightly plumbing and electrical services to be concealed under the floor. More importantly, it offers easy access for the

PROJECT PARTICULARS Waterproofing membranes and decking pedestals: Pasco Construction Solutions Architects: SJB Architects Planning: SJB Planning Builders: Icon Constructions Client: Hamton Property Group Waterproofing Contractor: Jadeco Waterproofing Decking construction: Creden Construction


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INTERACTIVE AND ENGAGING This playground provides the perfect place for everyone in the community to gather and enjoy


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“The location of the playground next to the water gave an opportunity to design a playground with a nautical theme.”

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nthea Reserve is in a central location on Delfin Island. This playground was designed to create a focal point for the local community within an existing pathway network. The aim of the project was to upgrade an existing playground to cater for the needs of the local community. The location of the playground next to the water gave an opportunity to design a playground with a nautical theme. It was also desirable to maintain views through the playground to the water. Clear and unobstructed views of the lake were maintained by carefully situating the play equipment within the playground. Proludic supplied and installed Proludic playground equipment and wetpour rubber safety surfacing pads. The pads were installed under the slide, swing and “Speed Gyro” rotating unit. Low post and rail fencing was used to deter young children from wandering towards the road or into the path of the moving cableway. Proludic’s Keo the Shipwreck is the feature of the playground with a strong connection to the desired nautical theme. Keo’s design encourages imaginative and fun group play activities, with children and parents often playing together. The Cableway provides a meeting point and is a very popular activity, with the large timber beam creating a visual link with the Keo. Dippy the Dolphin creates a link with the nautical theme and provides another group play activity. The Speed Gyro and Swingset give active play opportunities and also encourage

interaction between children and parents. The post and rail fencing is used throughout the playground as both a barrier and as a way of providing informal seating. The final result is an interactive, engaging space for people of all ages to enjoy. Contact: Proludic Pty Ltd 1618 Tepko Road, Terrey Hills NSW 2084 Ph: 02 9485 8700 Email: info@proludic.com.au Web: www.proludic.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Proludic Play Equipment: J2750 Keo the Shipwreck, J511 Cableway, J981 Dippy the Dolphin, J2400 Speed Gyro and J479 Swingset. Surfacing: Timber mulch softfall with Proludic wetpour rubber pads underneath the heavy traffic areas. Edging: Standard “Kwik Kerb” border with plain finish Park Furniture: Street Furniture Australia seating, picnic table and litter bin Irrigation Design: Hydroplan Irrigation system installation: Hugall & Hoile Project Design Co-ordinator: Jim Morias, City of Charles Sturt Landscape Officer: Open Parks & Recreation: Jarrad Healy, City of Charles Sturt


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WINNING WAYS Constructed by Ace Landscapes, this award-winning project includes an environmental corridor to protect native wildlife and ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ for the local school children to learn from

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nce privately owned, this beautiful habitat is now being opened up and gifted to the residents of Stone Ridge and surrounding communities. Through the Master Planning process, working intimately with the ecological assessments and analysis, an 80m-wide environmental corridor was retained through the property, protecting a diversity of wildlife habitat and transecting the property in a north-south direction, maintaining a critical habitat link to the region's parks and local habitat areas. Ace Landscapes reused timber rescued from the site to construct an arbour, boardwalk, fence posts and railings, logs, bollards, seats and sculptures along with the successful transformation of an eroded waterway that promotes and protects the bio-diversity of plants and wildlife habitat. The logs cleared from site were retained and minimal material was converted into mulch. Hollow sections of the felled trees were installed back into the retained trees as additional habitat. Stockland commissioned Design Instincts Landscape Architects to design


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“The Stone Ridge ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ offer a great opportunity to take science out of the classroom and into the natural environment.” the ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ and lead Jinibara State School students in the preparation of artwork located in each ‘classroom’. Other organisations involved in bringing the ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ to life included local Aboriginal artist Yindi Artz, Wildlife Warriors, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Unity Water and Ace Landscapes. Over 700 Jinibara State School students participated in creating the outdoor education areas for the benefit of Stone Ridge and its surrounding communities. The students time-capsuled a moment in their lives and have been a part of a unique education resource project. All class levels at the school prepared artwork and building materials for the development. The students created numerous pieces of ceramics, pavers, painted rocks, words, paintings, drawings, poems and fact files. These have been professionally installed into the landscape environment and the Stone Ridge ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ have become educational centres within a lively and active habitat amongst the trees. The Stone Ridge ‘Outdoor Classrooms’ offer a great opportunity to take science out of the classroom and into the natural environment.

Water sensitive urban design (WSUD) was employed to manage the water quality on-site. With the presence of numerous Wallum Froglet habitat ponds, the design and implementation of water management techniques has been integral to the success of the Stone Ridge Environmental Corridor. The on-site water management is critical to maintaining the water quality and water pH for the Wallum Froglets in particular. At Stone Ridge, 24.5% of the site is open space. Over 82% of the open space is high value Ecological Corridor and bio-basins for water quality. To protect the environmental corridor a path system is elevated and separates human and animal use of the Environmental Corridor but retains an intimate engagement of the environment and the atmosphere of the corridor. The site accommodates a known koala population and requires specifically designed fencing to guide koalas and other ground fauna away from the roads and towards the fauna tunnel for safe passage. The wildlife tunnel is lined with climbing posts and rails to direct the animals using natural materials. The tunnel is expected to

become a frog habitat and accommodate other species in the hollow logs. The quality design, construction and rejuvenation of the environmental park corridor secured Ace Landscapes the Landscape Queensland 2012 Construction of the Year award for their work on the Stone Ridge Estate. Contact: Ace Landscapes Ph: 1300 137 915 Email: trevor@acelandscapes.net.au Web: www.acelandscapes.net

PROJECT PARTICULARS Landscape Architect: Design Instincts Landscape Architects Landscape Construction: Ace Landscapes Project Managers: Stockland Qld Rescued Timber Suppliers: Gems of the Forest Plant Suppliers: Greenstock Nurseries Artwork: Jinibara Primary School Students


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PROTECTING THE PROTECTORS Specialising in high security perimeter solutions, Leda Security Products was a natural fit for securing the AFP Compound at Canberra Airport

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hen the new Australian Federal Police Compound at Canberra Airport required the installation of a range of security products to its facilities, the team at Leda Security Products stepped up to the challenge.

Leda Security Products manufactured, supplied and installed the security gates, security fencing and bicycle racks for the new police compound. While needing to be modern in design, the main objective was to provide the highest level of security


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“While needing to be modern in design, the main objective was to provide the highest level of security for such a high risk site.”

for such a high risk site – an area in which Leda specialises. The automatic gates not only look imposing but are manufactured with high security Palisade pickets and are commanded by an access control system. The Palisade fencing is a high security fence system with a forked top, which proves extremely difficult to pry open or climb over. In addition to providing high quality, high security systems for compounds such as these, Leda Security Products prides itself on providing an extremely short lead-time to supply and install its products. The bicycle parking product selected for this project was Leda’s BR11B hitching rails. Additionally a bicycle repair station was installed, which houses a variety of tools for the servicing and repair of employees’ bicycles. Leda’s strengths include the ability to offer comprehensive perimeter security solutions. This is through its extensive support structures, comprising local sales offices and experienced

engineering and design staff, backed up by modern manufacturing facilities, installation and ongoing servicing support. As part of its policy of ongoing improvement, Leda works continually to advance the effectiveness and efficiency of all its products. Contact: Leda Security Products Pty Ltd Ph: 1300 780 450 Email: sales@ledasecurity.com.au Web: www.ledasecurity.com.au

PROJECT PARTICULARS Landscape Architect: Justin Kalinowski of Red Box Design Property Manager: Hutch Bykerk of Jones Lang Lasalle Project Manager: Jodi Gleeson of Isis Group Australia


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SHARING SPACE This quirky piece of public art both tells an historic story and provides a great backdrop for photo opportunities for tourists

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with the Aborigines. The Aborigines started pilfering the Colonials' supplies and this eventually led to the Aborigines being banned from the city. To represent the importance of sharing, plus other environmental issues where humans struggle to share space with the natives, Christopher Trotter chose to create a work based on the form of a group of kangaroos relaxing in the city. They are comfortable and taking advantage of the facilities. One “Roo” is reclining on a park bench, while another

waits patiently for its turn beside a drinking fountain. The arrangement of the “Roos” makes for many ideal photo opportunities of sharing space with natives. Christopher is an artist who has been creating unique public art pieces since 1994 for governments, councils, developers, universities and private practices. An important intention of his works is to add human qualities of humour and playfulness to public places. The artwork is constructed from discarded materials. Through the careful


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Contact: Christopher Trotter Boonah Queensland Mob: 0409 897 602 Email: chris@trotter.com.au Web: www.trotter.com.au


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he challenge of landscaping a beach front property at Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast, Qld was an intriguing one. Professional Turf and Garden has great experience in making a statement in both hard and soft landscaping with stylish, lush tropical gardens. The design brief for the property at Mermaid Beach was to use high quality plants which would have the effect of providing screening for the property. The client also required a water feature at the main entrance. Other challenges were the softening of hard corners of the property along with an entrance creating great impact using a water feature and planting. With input from owners and landscape designers, Planit Consulting, Professional Turf and Garden employed an innovative approach to planting by using ex-ground foxtail palms and ex-ground coconut palms creating a lush façade. For beautiful, but effective screening, a wire trellis and 150L magnolia “Little Gem” was used. In addition, the highest quality Regal Grass (artificial turf ) was laid. The overall effect was a softening of the hard edges added to by stunning cobblestone edging. The biggest challenge in the project was the lack of road access. To overcome this, large cranes were utilised to lift ex-ground foxtail palms over the roof of a neighbouring property down into planter boxes. Large pandanus trees were removed from the site and replaced with ex-ground coconut

palms on beach side. The use of Regal Grass Delite added in a specific nature area and around the beach areas was a wonderful complement to the design. It is also maintenance free. The result is a lush, tranquil garden by the sea that is serviceable and low maintenance.

PROJECT PARTICULARS Landscape Contractors: Professional Turf and Garden Plant Suppliers: Lake Devon Nursery; Cudgen Palms; A & B Trees; Blue Sky Nursery Builder: JMD Projects Landscape Design: Samantha Baird, Planit Consulting

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SERVICES: Sterling Group Services prides itself on the skills and professionalism of its staff and offers a "one-stop" service, negating the need for multiple contractors. Their long list of clients include sporting fields, industrial estates, retirement villages, schools/universities, parks/reserves, government departments and office grounds. t-BXOBOEHBSEFONBJOUFOBODF t-BOETDBQFBOEHBSEFODPOTUSVDUJPO t#SPBEBDSFNPXJOH t5VSGSFOPWBUJPO t5PQESFTTJOHBOEMFWFMMJOH t*SSJHBUJPO t'FSUJMJTJOHQSPHSBNT t4PJMUFTUT t8FFEDPOUSPM t4QPSUTGJFMEQSFQBSBUJPONBJOUFOBODF

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GLG GREENLIFE GROUP LANDSCAPE/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONALS COMPANY PROFILE: GLG GreenLife Group specialises in the grounds maintenance of all types of commercial landscapes. We operate throughout Australia, with vast experience including the maintenance of all types of landscape facilities, open space parks and reserves, streetscapes, public and private sports fields, all types of utility infrastructure, defence, hospitals, resorts, golf courses and wetlands. Our industry trained and fully experienced teams will ensure that all work is carried out in a professional, timely manner, always delivering superior outcomes for our clients. Our service teams include qualified horticultural managers, field supervisors and tradespeople. We pride ourselves in protecting and enhancing the landscape environments we maintain using sustainable work methods in all that we do.

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PROFESSIONAL TURF & GARDEN PTY LTD LANDSCAPING CONTRACTORS COMPANY PROFILE: Professional Turf and Gardens Pty Ltd has just won the Queensland 2011 Maintenance Award for Sovereign Islands on the Gold Coast. The company was established in 1988; all their work is carried out by a team of qualified professionals. They have a great reputation for their quality of work.

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AUSCAPE PTY LTD 2/2 Cawarra Road, Taren Point NSW 2229 Ph: 0419 220 253 Fax: 02 9525 2846 Auscape offers a comprehensive array of services for your outdoor needs. We can create or re-design beautiful landscapes as well as offer a full range of garden maintenance services, concreting, drainage services, paving, planting, irrigation, decking, pergolas, retaining walls and water features, to name a few. ➥ 94 Web: www.auscapelandscaping.com.au

CO-ORDINATED LANDSCAPES PTY LTD Level 1, 33-35 Belmont St, Sutherland NSW 2232 Ph: 02 9545 5611 Fax: 02 9545 5633

GARDEN LIFE 357 Cleveland St, Surry Hills NSW 2016 Ph: 02 8399 0666 Fax: 02 8399 0655

GREEN SCENE HORTICULTURAL SERVICES 20 Park Road, Maianbar NSW 2230 Ph: 02 9527 0599

HARMONIOUS LANDSCAPES PTY LTD 43 Taiyul Rd, North Narrabeen NSW 2101 Ph: 02 9970 7532 Fax: 02 9970 7532

STERLING GROUP SERVICES PTY LTD 41 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood NSW 2148 Ph: 02 9672 7499 Fax: 02 9672 7599 Commercial lawn and garden maintenance contractors, landscape contractors, sports field maintenance contractors, sports field/turf renovations. ➥ 378, 550 Web: www.sterlinggroup.com.au

WEEDTECHNICS (STEAMWAND) 204 Forest Way, Belrose NSW 2085 Ph: 9486 3944 Fax: 02 9986 3544

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JOHN DEERE 166-170 Magnesium Drive, Crestmead QLD 4132 Ph: 07 3802 3297 Fax: 07 3803 6555

MONOCOT PTY LTD 252 Seib Road, Eumundi QLD 4562 Ph: 07 5442 8875 Fax: 07 5442 8854i

QTURF MACHINERY PTY LTD 9 Clifford Court, Capalaba QLD 4157 Ph: 07 3245 6082 Fax: 07 3245 1340

SERENE SCENE LANDSCAPES 150 Government Rd, Richlands QLD 4077 Ph: 07 3879 2433 Fax: 07 3879 2466

TECHNIGRO PTY LTD 2-10 Rudman Parade, QLD 4209 Ph: 1800 678 611 Fax: 00 678 622

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PRIORITY TREE SERVICES Unit 12/36 Leighton Pl, Hornsby NSW 2077 Ph: 0450 554 715

SIMPSON LANDSCAPES & CONSULTANTS PTY LTD 67 Oak Road, Kirrawee NSW 2232 Ph: 02 9542 3976 Fax: 02 9542 1600 Domestic, commercial, industrial, government, environmental landscape contractor providing: soft - horticultural, soil works, drainage, planting, transplanting, turfing, maintenance, and agricultural works. Hard - stone, timber, metal construction. Irrigation. Environmental - seed collection, revegetation and regeneration. ➥ 46, 86, 102 Web: www.simpsonlandscapes.com.au

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COMPLETE TURF MANAGEMENT 1/3 Bronwyn St, Caloundra QLD 4551 Ph: 0439 550 074 Fax: 07 5499 6244

CORAL COAST BURNETT FULL TREE SERVICE AND STUMP REMOVAL PO Box 2997, Bundaberg QLD 4670 Ph: 07 4157 4469

FAMILY TREE CARE Victoria Point QLD 4165 Ph: 07 3820 7061

JW CONCEPTS - AILA MEMBER 14 Minimine Street, Stafford QLD 4053 Ph: 07 3856 0233 Fax: 07 3856 0244 Landscape architecture and landscape management. Web: www.jwconcepts.com.au

POWERCLEAR ARBORICULTURAL CONTRACTORS 1/89 Casua Drive, Varsity Lakes QLD 4226 Ph: 07 5568 0541

ROOT BARRIER 61 Somerset Street, Windsor QLD 4030 Ph: 1300 136 644 Fax: 07 3861 0701 Root Barrier is a young and growing Australian owned and operated company. We specialise in root control barriers and have been leading the development and manufacture of root barriers for Australian conditions since 1992. ➥ 199 Web: www.rootbarrier.com.au

TERRAIN CONSULTANTS PTY LTD - AILA MEMBER 447 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 Ph: 07 3252 1977 Fax: 07 3252 1937 Landscape architects, landscape planners, urban designers, golf course designers and master planners. ➥ 72, 73 Web: www.terrain.com.au

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GROUNDS & GARDENS PTY LTD 819-825 South Road, Clarence Gardens SA 5039 Ph: 07 8351 4400 Fax: 07 8351 4399

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CPE LANDSCAPING 3/109 Breen Street, Golden Square VIC 3555 Ph: 03 5441 4644 Fax: 03 5441 4677 CPE Landscaping is a proven and progressive company that is able to offer innovative hard and soft landscaping solutions to government, commercial, civil and residential developments. They specialise in commercial maintenance. ➥ 93 Web: www.cpelandscaping.com.au

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GLG GREENLIFE GROUP PO Box 119, Edwardstown SA 5039 Ph: 08 835 14400 Fax: 08 8351 4399 GLG Greenlife Group provide professional landscape services throughout Australia. We deliver all aspects of landscape construction and open space ground maintenance. ➥ 44, 95, 98, 551 Web: www.glgcorp.com

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2/2 Cawarra Road, Taren Point NSW 2229 Ph: 0419 220 253 Fax: 02 9525 2846 Auscape offers a comprehensive array of services for your outdoor needs. We can create or re-design beautiful landscapes as well as offer a full range of garden maintenance services, concreting, drainage services, paving, planting, irrigation, decking, pergolas, retaining walls and water features, to name a few. ➥ 94 Web: www.auscapelandscaping.com.au

1/68 Tulloh Street, Crows Nest NSW 2068 Ph: 02 9958 0462 Fax: 02 9958 5426

BNS LANDSCAPES PTY LTD PO Box 2023, Taren Point NSW 2229 Ph: 02 9542 8900 Fax: 02 9542 8911 Landscape contractor with over 39 years of experience in all aspects of landscapes including commercial, residential and council. Works include green roofs, revegetation, metalwork, masonry, paving, concrete, gates and fences, pools, retaining walls. ➥ 89 Web: www.bnslandscapes.com.au

CLASSIC CLAY PO Box 696, Botany NSW 1455 Ph: 02 9316 7244 Classic Clay™ is a world patented "waterless" clay tennis system, offering all the benefits of natural clay without the associated problems. Our tennis products are suitable for any upgrade, rejuvenation or new court construction and have 7–11 year warranties. ➥ 38, 384 Web: www.classicclay.com

DESIGN LANDSCAPES PTY LTD DESIGN 586 Willoughby Road, LANDSCAPES Willoughby NSW 2068 Ph: 02 9958 9400 Fax: 02 9958 8400 The core services at Design Landscapes are the construction of public domain and landscape infrastructure projects. The company also offers a team of specialist theming tradesmen providing unique finishes to concrete, artificial rock work, carved plaster etc ➥ 30, 40, 88, 148, 180, 233, 467 Web: www.designls.com

ESD LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS PTY LTD 204 Forest Way, Belrose NSW 2085 Ph: 02 9986 1741 Fax: 02 9986 1745

FROM THE GROUND UP 20 Martin Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110 Ph: 0414 584 846 Fax: 02 9817 6018

FURNASS LANDSCAPING ENTERPRISES PTY LTD 30 Geelans Road, Arcadia NSW 2159 Ph: 02 9653 2642 Fax: 02 9653 2696 Furnass Landscaping Enterprises offer a complete Landscaping Service, including hard and soft landscaping works, lawn and garden maintenance, project management, playground installations, certified irrigation installation and servicing, supplier of certified playground sand, soft fall rubber and soft fall mulch. ➥ 87, 308 Web: www.furnasslandscaping.com.au

GRASSMAN PO Box 696, Botany NSW 1455 Ph: 02 9316 7244 Fax: 02 9316 7266 Grassman is the largest 100 per cent Australian-made synthetic turf manufacturer with its own in-house yarn extrusion plant supplying throughout Australia and worldwide. We’re the innovator and supplier of patented ClassicClay along with a full range of guaranteed quality turf for all sports, landscaping, leisure and display, plus an experienced contractor network.

LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 16 Distribution Place, Seven Hills NSW 2147 Ph: 1300 653 013

SIMPSON LANDSCAPES & CONSULTANTS PTY LTD 67 Oak Road, Kirrawee NSW 2232 Ph: 02 9542 3976 Fax: 02 9542 1600 Domestic, commercial, industrial, government, environmental landscape contractor providing: soft - horticultural, soil works, drainage, planting, transplanting, turfing, maintenance, and agricultural works. Hard - stone, timber, metal construction. Irrigation. Environmental - seed collection, revegetation and regeneration. ➥ 46, 86, 102 Web: www.simpsonlandscapes.com.au

STERLING GROUP SERVICES PTY LTD 41 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood NSW 2148 Ph: 02 96727499 Fax: 02 96727599 Commercial lawn and garden maintenance contractors, landscape contractors, sports field maintenance contractors, sports field/turf renovations. ➥ 378, 550 Web: www.sterlinggroup.com.au

THE GARDENMAKERS PTY LTD 4/1 Vuko Place, Warriewood NSW 2102 Ph: 02 9970 7600 Fax: 02 9970 6900 Commercial contractors specialising in local government, commercial developments, parks, playgrounds and rehabilitation. Accredited OHS System. EMP’s prepared. ➥ 87 Web: www.thegardenmakers.com.au

UNIVERSAL LANDSCAPES (ABOVE THE EARTH) PTY LTD 159 Eastern Valley Way, Castlecrag NSW 2068 Ph: 02 9904 5499 Fax: 02 9904 0677

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CYCAD INTERNATIONAL 64 Morris Road, Katherine NT 0850 Ph: 0418 898 802 Fax: 08 8971 2689

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EUREKA LANDSCAPES PTY LTD PO Box 178, Chermside South QLD 4032 Ph: 07 3350 8300 Fax: 07 3256 3022 From estimating, planning and project management, through to all stages of construction and maintenance, the Eureka Landscape team’s skills, capabilities and experience lead to an outstanding outcome. ➥ 56, 84, 95, 101 Web: www.eurekalandscapes.com.au

GC FLOORING SOLUTIONS PTY LTD 193 Mildura Drive, Helensvale QLD 4212 Ph: 1300 338 924 Fax: 07 5502 3560

JW CONCEPTS AILA MEMBER 14 Minimine Street, Stafford QLD 4053 Ph: 07 3856 0233 Fax: 07 3856 0244 Landscape architecture and landscape management. Web: www.jwconcepts.com.au

LAND TRUST 37 Broadway Street, Woollongabba QLD 4102 Ph: 1800 130 033 ➥ 116 Web: www.landtrust.com.au

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PROFESSIONAL TURF & GARDEN PTY LTD 4/4-8 Price Street, Southport QLD 4214 Ph: 07 5531 3251 Fax: 07 5591 9139 Landscape contractors covering all areas of commercial construction and maintenance specialising in all aspects of hard and soft landscaping, irrigation and maintenance services. ➥ 68, 92, 551 Web: www.professionalturf.com.au

SERENE SCENE LANDSCAPES 150 Government Rd, Richlands QLD 4077 Ph: 07 3879 2433 Fax: 07 3879 2466

SA

GLG GREENLIFE GROUP PO Box 119, Edwardstown SA 5039 Ph: 08 835 14400 Fax: 08 8351 4399 GLG GreenLife Group provide professional landscape services throughout Australia. We deliver all aspects of landscape construction and open space ground maintenance. ➥ 44, 95, 98, 551 Web: www.glgcorp.com

HARRIS NOONAN PTY LTD PO Box 2263, Hilton SA 5033 Ph: 08 6294 2694 Fax: 08 8294 5336 Specialise in commercial and civil landscapes, irrigation, concrete, construction, devegetation services and landscape maintenance. ➥ 94 Web: www.harrisnoonan.com.au

LCS LANDSCAPES

Hazelwood North VIC 3840 Ph: 0402 030 991 Fax: 03 5166 1920

MASON HORTICULTURAL SERVICES PO Box 3503, Mornington VIC 3931 Ph: 0419 521 420

OCEAN ROAD LANDSCAPING PO Box 62, Anglesea VIC 3230 Ph: 1300 616 263 Fax: 03 5263 3886

TIGERTURF 121 National Boulevard, Campbellfield VIC 3061 Ph: 1800 802 570 Fax: 03 9357 0713 TigerTurf Australia is an innovative synthetic grass and sports surfaces business. With facilities worldwide, TigerTurf is committed to research and development and manufacture of premium grass surfaces for all landscapes, play and sporting applications. ➥ 309, 379, 495 Web: www.tigerturf.com.au

WARRANDALE INDUSTRIES PTY LTD 321 Liverpool Road, Kilsyth VIC 3137 Ph: 03 9761 8110 Fax: 03 9761 8112

WA

DEEP GREEN 23 Colray Ave, Osborne Park WA 6017 Ph: 08 9242 2299 Fax: 08 9242 2229 Deep Green Landscaping is an innovative award-winning landscape construction and project management company with over 20 years' experience in the building and construction industry. ➥ 154 Web: www.deepgreenlandscaping.com.au

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTIONS Unit 13/83 Hector Street, Osbourne Park West WA 6017 Ph: 08 9445 1570

PHASE3 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PTY LTD

PO Box 3246, Port Adelaide SA 5015 Ph: 08 8249 9799 Fax: 08 8249 9744 LCS Landscapes is a multi-award-winning major landscape contractor servicing both the public and private sectors Australia-wide. An experienced and qualified team of over 100 people can assure a highly professional service on time, within budget and to an exceptional quality. ➥ 90 Web: www.lcslandscapes.com.au

Unit 4, 11 Milson Place, O’Connor WA 6163 Ph: 08 9337 6985 Fax: 08 9337 6680 Phase3 Landscape Construction is a Perth-based landscape contracting company that offers a comprehensive service in all aspects of landscape construction. ➥ 48, 91 Web: www.phasethree.net.au

SURFACEPLAN

Landscape Asset Management

1189 Greenhill Road, Uraidla SA 5154 Ph: 1300 805 549

WHOLESALE PLANTS & PRODUCTS PTY LTD 38 Duncan Road, Dry Creek SA 5094 Ph: 08 8262 7787 Fax: 08 8262 2201 Wholesale Plants & Products are South Australia’s leading wholesale nursery and trade market catering to the horticultural industry. We provide a full range of plants and allied products. v518 Web: www.wholesaleplants.com.au

VIC

BRAD ANDREWS LANDSCAPING 9 Glen Avon Terrace, Wodonga VIC 3690 Ph: 0418 572 373

ECOFORM LANDSCAPE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION PTY LTD PO Box 8117, Brighton East VIC 3187 Ph: 03 9782 2696 Fax: 03 9782 2495

FULTON HOGAN CONSTRUCTION PO Box 690, Dandenong VIC 3175 Ph: 03 8791 1100 Fax: 03 9794 8300

GREENLEAVES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD PO Box 1057, Mornington VIC 3931 Ph: 0418 338 253

MAITLAND GARDENS 55 Maitland Road,

NSW

AUSCAPE PTY LTD 2/2 Cawarra Road, Taren Point NSW 2229 Ph: 0419 220 253 Fax: 02 9525 2846 Auscape offers a comprehensive array of services for your outdoor needs. We can create or re-design beautiful landscapes as well as offer a full range of garden maintenance services, concreting, drainage services, paving, planting, irrigation, decking, pergolas, retaining walls and water features, to name a few. ➥ 94 Web: www.auscapelandscaping.com.au

CO-ORDINATED LANDSCAPES PTY LTD Level 1, 33-35 Belmont St, Sutherland NSW 2232 Ph: 02 9545 5611 Fax: 02 9545 5633

STERLING GROUP SERVICES PTY LTD 41 Huntingwood Drive, Huntingwood NSW 2148 Ph: 02 96727499 Fax: 02 96727599 Commercial lawn and garden maintenance contractors, landscape contractors, sports field maintenance contractors, sports field/turf renovations. ➥ 378, 550 Web: www.sterlinggroup.com.au

THE GARDENMAKERS PTY LTD

4/1 Vuko Place, Warriewood NSW 2102 Ph: 02 9970 7600 Fax: 02 9970 6900 Commercial contractors specialising in local government, commercial developments, parks, playgrounds and rehabilitation. Accredited OHS System. EMP’s prepared. ➥ 87 Web: www.thegardenmakers.com.au

SA

GLG GREENLIFE GROUP PO Box 119, Edwardstown SA 5039 Ph: 08 8351 4400 Fax: 08 8351 4399 GLG GreenLife Group provide professional landscape services throughout Australia. We deliver all aspects of landscape construction and open space ground maintenance. ➥ 44, 95, 98, 551 Web: www.glgcorp.com

Roadway Services QLD

MONOCOT PTY LTD 252 Seib Road, Eumundi QLD 4562 Ph: 07 5442 8875 Fax: 07 5442 8854i

ROOT BARRIER 61 Somerset Street, Windsor QLD 4030 Ph: 1300 136 644 Fax: 07 3861 0701 Root Barrier is a young and growing Australian owned and operated company. We specialise in root control barriers and have been leading the development and manufacture of root barriers for Australian conditions since 1992. ➥ 199 Web: www.rootbarrier.com.au

SA

EDINBURGH PARKS NURSERY Lot 11, West Avenue, Edinburgh Parks SA 5111 Ph: 0438 895 160 Edinburgh Parks Nursery was formed in 2012 to propagate, grow and supply local provenance plants for large projects in Adelaide. It is a brand new, state-ofthe-art commercial nursery facility with sustainable water harvesting systems that will respond to these needs. ➥ 521

VIC

STS APPLIED SYSTEMS QLD PTY LTD 18 Pelmet Crescent, Thomastown VIC 3074 Ph: 03 9469 3992 Fax: 03 9469 3994 STS Applied Systems specialises in coloured and high friction road surface coatings as well as decorative coatings, sports surfacing and line marking. STS also resurfaces, levels, polishes and reseals concrete surfaces. STS has been in operation since 2000 and is a market leader in the industry. We pride ourselves on our customer service and achieving the results our customers expect. ➥ 233 Web: www.safetsurfaces.com.au

Graffiti Management NSW

ARTSCAPE: THE NATURE OF SCULPTURE PO Box 2302, Byron Bay NSW 2481 Ph: 02 6680 8008

THE PLAYGROUND DOCTOR 113 Jacaranda Road, Kurrajong NSW 2758 Ph: 02 4576 0368 Wet pour rubber, synthetic grass, organic soft falls, play equipment, repairs, parts, inspections, weed spray, graffiti removal, fencing, sport facilities. ➥ 305 Web: www.playgrounddoctor.com.au

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Unit 8, 655 Toohey Road, Salisbury QLD 4107 Ph: 07 3208 7375 Fax: 07 3208 7376

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PHM SURVEY EQUIPMENT 1st Floor, 71 Victoria Road, Rozelle NSW 2039 Ph: 02 9555 9175 Fax: 02 9555 9187

PLANTFILE 1 Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Ph: 02 9924 0381 Fax: 02 9428 5253

UNIVERSAL MAGAZINES PTY LTD Private Bag 154, North Ryde 2113 Ph: 02 9805 0399 Fax: 02 9805 0714

Universal Magazines is a dominant multiplatform media company that is home to many of Australia's most trusted and in-demand magazine brands and online destinations. Our titles and websites are created by passionate and knowledgeable editors, writers and photographers who are leaders in their fields and committed to journalistic integrity and inspiring design. Web: www.universalmagazines.com.au

Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

PLANTFILE 1 Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 2066, Abbotsbury NSW 2066 Ph: 9924 0381 Fax: 9428 5253

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MAXIMA GROUP 85 Grange Road, Welland SA 5007 Ph: 08 8340 7766 Fax: 08 8340 7699

VIC

LASERLIGHT & FASTENERS PTY LTD 94 Bell St, Heidelberg Heights VIC 3081 Ph: 03 9455 0622 Fax: 03 9455 0677

Architectural Models NSW

CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

Computer Aided Design & Development

Printers, Plotters & Filing Systems NSW

CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

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CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

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NSW

CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107

1 Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 2066, Abbotsbury NSW 2066 Ph: 9924 0381 Fax: 9428 5253

Surveying Instruments WA

ASSOCIATED INSTRUMENTATION PTY LTD 88 Sussex Street, Maylands WA 6051 Ph: 08 9271 0622 Fax: 08 9271 6144

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ASSOCIATION CONTACTS EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND TRAINING COURSES PUBLICATIONS AND ELECTRONIC INFORMATION PLAYRIGHT AUSTRALIA PTY LTD ACCREDITED PLAYGROUND SAFETY TRAINING COURSES COMPANY PROFILE: PlayRight Australia is the renowned TAFE Accredited Playground Safety Training provider and has trained over 800 park and playground professionals nationally.

ABOUT THE COURSES: These courses are nationally accredited with Australian TAFE Academic Credits and are the most comprehensive training on playground standards, design, hazard identification, risk management and assessment methods offered in Australia. Pre-reading and 15 hours of training from a national playground safety expert, Lynnel Migas, will prepare participants for the assessment. These courses are intended to provide training for individuals interested in becoming competent in playground design, selection, installation, inspection, maintenance, record keeping and the management of play environments. Successful participants of the assessment will receive from TAFE a Statement of Attainment and will also achieve TAFE competency in the following modules plus credits for future study.

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ACT

AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS (AILA)

AILA

GPO Box 1646, Canberra ACT 2601 Ph: 02 6248 9970 Fax: 02 6249 7337 The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) is the peak professional body for Landscape Architects that oversees the registration of professional Landscape Architects in Australia. ➥ 71 Web: www.aila.org.au

ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA AND NZ (IES) PO Box 7077, Yarralumla ACT 2600 Ph: 02 6247 2354 Fax: 02 6162 3457 The Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand is dedicated to advancing the engineering and art of illuminating in all fields, as well as advancing information dissemination, research and development within this field. ➥ 237 Web: www.iesanz.org

STORMWATER INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION INC PO Box 1261, Canberra ACT 1261 Ph: 1800 761 777 The Stormwater Industry Association is a non-profit organisation that links the diverse and multi-disciplinary interests of all Australian stakeholders of the Stormwater Industry and represents them at all national forums. ➥ 162 Web: www.stormwater.asn.au

THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF QUANTITY SURVEYORS PO Box 301, Deakin West ACT 2600 Ph: 02 6282 2222 Fax: 02 6285 2427 Quantity Surveyors (QS) now encompass a range of professionals concerned with the management, estimating and planning of construction/building costs. ➥ 119 Web: www.aiqs.com.au

URBAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA 71 Constitution Avenue, Campbell ACT 2612 Ph: 02 6230 0255 Fax: 02 6230 0311 The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is Australia's peak representative body for all segments of the urban development industry. ➥ 110 Web: www.udia.com.au

NSW

ASSOCIATION OF HYDRAULIC SERVICES CONSULTANTS AUSTRALIA INC (AHSCA) PO Box 583, North Sydney NSW 2059 Ph: 1300 797 101 Fax: 1300 797 353 The AHSCA is a non-profit technical, educational and business organisation that represents practising hydraulic and fire protection services consultants, experienced and qualified in the design, documentation and inspection of building hydraulic and fire protection systems. ➥ 112 Web: www.ahsca.com.au

AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS & MANAGERS LTD (AILDM) PO Box 48, 12 Phillip Mall, West Pymble NSW 2073 Ph: 1300 131 280 Fax: 02 8080 8173 The Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers Ltd (AILDM) is a national association serving landscape designers, landscape managers and other associated landscape professionals. The Institute is managed by a bienniallyelected National Council. ➥ 79, 83 Web: www.aildm.com.au

PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

CONCRETE MASONRY ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED PO Box 572, St Leonards NSW 1590 Ph: 02 9903 7760 Fax: 02 9437 9703 The Concrete Masonry Association of Australia (CMAA) is a national organisation funded by the Australian concrete masonry industry. Founded in 1967 as a non-profit organisation, the CMAA was formed to extend and promote the concrete masonry market in Australia. ➥ 210 Web: www.cmaa.com.au

CORDELL INFORMATION Level 10, 10 Help Street, Chatswood NSW 2067 Ph: 02 9934 5555 Fax: 02 9934 5501 Since 1969, Cordell Information has been at the forefront of providing the most reliable, timely and comprehensive construction industry information. If you are looking for construction sales leads, vital market intelligence, innovative estimating solutions for builders or the latest tender information, then Cordell Information has the solution for you! ➥ 556 Web: www.cordell.com.au

DESIGNBUILD EXPO (DIVERSIFIED EXHIBITIONS AUSTRALIA) Mezzanine Level, 234 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 02 9275 9200 Fax: 02 9267 2581 DesignBUILD is Australias largest, most comprehensive building and construction exhibition that connects your business with a trade audience made up of thousands of industry professionals seeking to specify your products. ➥ 75 Web: www.designbuildexpo.com.au

GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA (GBCA) Level 15, 179 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 02 8239 6200 Fax: 02 8252 8223 The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) is Australia's leading authority on green building. The GBCA was established in 2002 to develop a sustainable property industry in Australia and drive the adoption of green building practices. ➥ 115 Web: www.gbca.org.au

INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIAN CONSULTING ARBORICULTURISTS PO Box 1302, Parramatta NSW 2124 Ph: 1300 853 288 Fax: 1300 853 288 The Institute of Australian Consulting Arboriculturists (IACA) was established in 2003 as a specialist professional body for Consulting Arboriculturists in Australia. ➥ 107 Web: www.iaca.org.au

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The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) serves as a global resource for people who share a common responsibility for the causes, prevention and control of soil erosion. ➥ 131 Web: www.austieca.com.au

IRRIGATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED PO Box 863, Mascot NSW 1460 Ph: 02 8335 4000 Fax: 02 8335 4099 IAL is Australia’s peak irrigation organisation representing members from all aspects of the urban irrigation industry including water providers, irrigation design consultants, system installers and irrigation training services. ➥ 179 Web: www.irrigation.org.au

KIDSAFE PLAYGROUND ADVISORY UNIT Locked Bag 4001, Westmead NSW 2145 Ph: 02 9845 0890 The Kidsafe Playground Advisory Units are a leading independent agency that delivers advice regarding the design and safety of playgrounds. ➥ 299 Web: www.kidsafe.com.au

LANDSCAPE AUSTRALIA EXPO (EXHIBITIONS & TRADE FAIRS PTY LTD) Locked Bag 21, Rozelle NSW 2039 Ph: 02 9556 7993 Fax: 02 9556 7979 Trade exhibition dedicated to the landscaping industry displaying new products and services. ➥4 Web: www.landscapeexpo.com.au

NURSERY & GARDEN INDUSTRY AUSTRALIA (NGIA) Unit 58, 5 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154 Ph: 02 9679 1472 As the peak body for the nursery and garden industry in Australia, Nursery and Garden Industry Australia (NGIA) is responsible for overseeing the national development of the nursery and garden industry. ➥ 505, 562 Web: www.ngia.com.au

PLANTFILE 1 Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Ph: 9924 0381 Fax: 9428 5253

SPASA (SWIMMING POOL & SPA ALLIANCE) PO Box 245, Northmead NSW 2152 Ph: 02 9630 6300 Fax: 02 9630 6355 The Swimming Pool & Spa Alliance (SPASA) is the peak body for the nation’s pool and spa industry, representing hundreds of Australian businesses. ➥ 346 Web: www.spasa.org.au

SPORTS CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION LIMITED

INTERNATIONAL EROSION CONTROL ASSOCIATION

PO Box 118, Mona Vale NSW 1660 Ph: 1800 208 202 Fax: 02 9999 6034 The Sports Contractors Association (SCA) represents the most experienced, technically advanced sports surface builders and sporting equipment suppliers in Australia and New Zealand. ➥ 377 Web: www.sportscontractors.com.au

PO Box 33, Picton NSW 2571 Ph: 02 4677 0901 Fax: 02 4677 0902

SPORTS TURF ASSOCIATION NSW

Suite 9, 33 Windsor Road, Kellyville NSW 2155 Ph: 02 8883 4688 Fax: 02 8883 1257 The Sports Turf Association is a not-forprofit organisation dedicated to the development and professionalism of sports turf management. ➥ 376 Web: www.sportsturf.asn.au

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AUSTRALIA 3 Manning St, Potts Point NSW 2011 Ph: 02 9358 1800 Fax: 02 9358 1555 SBA is the peak body in Australia for the low carbon and environmental goods and services sector. The organisation is also a think tank focusing on new markets, new industries and new jobs. ➥ 114 Web: www.sba.asn.au

THE AUSTRALIAN ENGRAVERS AND SIGNMAKERS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED

Est. 1947

PO Box 33, Regents Park NSW 2143 Ph: 02 9644 2266 Fax: 02 9644 7314 The Association is concerned with protecting the interests of member companies involved in the design, manufacture and installation of signs in all the many areas in which signs and displays are used. ➥ 374 Web: www.engravers.org.au

THINK BRICK AUSTRALIA PO Box 751, Willoughby NSW 2068 Ph: 02 8962 9500 Fax: 02 8962 9500 Our purpose is to make sure clay brick is recognised as the pre-eminent building material by leading architects, developers, builders and property owners. ➥ 209 Web: www.thinkbrick.com.au

QLD

INTERIOR PLANTSCAPE ASSOCIATION (IPA) PO Box 538, Burpengary QLD 4505 Ph: 07 3888 7300 Fax: 07 3888 8329 As the peak body for the interior plantscape industry in Australia, the Interior Plantscape Association (IPA) promotes the use of plants in public, commercial and residential spaces to filter the air. ➥ 534 Web: www.ipa.asn.au

LANDSCAPING AUSTRALIA INC PO Box 1643, Cleveland QLD 4163 Ph: 07 3488 0916 Fax: 07 3488 0918 The national association has always been secondary to the more powerful state associations and utilised as a central point of contact and vehicle for industrial relations issues and government lobbying as well as conferences and international study tours. ➥ 85, 102 Web: www.landscapingaustralia.com.au

QUEENSLAND ARBORICULTURAL ASSOCIATION (QAA) PO Box 327, Cleveland QLD 4163 Ph: 07 3821 1488 Fax: 07 3821 1788 The Queensland Arboricultural Association (QAA) was founded in 1992 to help promote and develop the tree care industry in Queensland and Northern NSW. ➥ 108


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PO Box 1529, Cleveland QLD 4163 Ph: 07 3286 6601 Fax: 07 3286 5020 Turf Australia is the national peak industry body for growers and welcomes all to be involved. Turf Australia was formed eight years ago to support the growth of the industry as well as the profitability of its members. ➥ 493 Web: www.turfaustralia.com.au

TURF QUEENSLAND PO Box 1643, Cleveland QLD 4163 Ph: 07 3488 0917 Fax: 07 3488 0918 The Queensland Turf Producers Association Inc (QTPA), now trading as Turf Queensland since 2009, is the peak professional body for Turf Producers in the state of Queensland. ➥ 494 Web: www.qtpa.com.au

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SHANGHAI

WA

Shanghai Exhibition Centre Business Building, 1333 Nanjing West Road, Nanjing Shanghai 200040 Ph: + 86 21 6195 6088 Fax: + 86 21 6195 6099 Over the last ten years, VNU Exhibitions Asia has launched and established leading global brands in Shanghai. In addition to organising consumer events and high-level conferences, VNU Asia organises national and international trade shows, showcasing local companies on international platforms. ➥ 271 Web: www.vnuexhibitionsasia.com/en

SA

ARBORICULTURE AUSTRALIA

NSW

Unit A1, 3-29 Birnie Avenue, Lidcombe NSW 2141 Ph: 02 8719 6350 Fax: 02 8719 6360

INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING AUSTRALIA NSW IPWEA Level 12, 447 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 02 9267 6677 IPWEA (NSW) state professional organisation provides member services and advocacy for those involved in public works and engineering. ➥6 Web: www.ipwea.org.au/nsw

6/186 Main Road, Blackwood SA 5051 Ph: 08 8178 0255 Fax: 08 8178 0355 National Precast Concrete Association Australia was established in 1990 to represent and promote the Australian precast concrete industry. ➥ 231 Web: www.nationalprecast.com.au

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AIH

PO Box 2190, Bendigo VIC 3554 Ph: 02 8001 6198 Fax: 02 8001 6176 The Australian Institute of Horticulture aims to lead the profession nationally in promoting excellence and environmental responsibility in horticultural practice through quality professional development, services and advocacy. ➥ 103 Web: www.aih.org.au

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PO Box 1377, Canning Vale WA 6970 Ph: 08 9256 1560 Fax: 08 9256 1561 With over 26 years experience, our team of playground professionals and specialists are at your service to provide playground consultancy, advice, safety inspections, audits, surface impact testing, TAFE Accredited training. Exclusive WA Distributors for the creative design, supply and installation of unique Kompan, Corocord play equipment and Rhino Skate Parks. ➥ 302, 557 Web: www.playright.com.au

NSW

CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

DESIGNBUILD EXPO (DIVERSIFIED EXHIBITIONS AUSTRALIA) Mezzanine Level, 234 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 02 9275 9200 Fax: 02 9267 2581 DesignBUILD is Australia's largest, most comprehensive building and construction exhibition that connects your business with a trade audience made up of thousands of industry professionals seeking to specify your products. ➥ 75 Web: www.designbuildexpo.com.au

INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING AUSTRALIA NSW IPWEA Level 12, 447 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000 Ph: 02 9267 6677 IPWEA (NSW) provides training and education courses to those involved in public works and engineering. ➥6 Web: www.ipwea.org.au/nsw

LANDSCAPE AUSTRALIA EXPO (EXHIBITIONS & TRADE FAIRS PTY LTD) Locked Bag 21, Rozelle NSW 2039 Ph: 02 9556 7993 Fax: 02 9556 7979 Trade exhibition dedicated to the landscaping industry displaying new products and services. ➥4 Web: www.landscapeexpo.com.au

AMBIUS - NSW

NATIONAL PRECAST CONCRETE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (NPCAA)

Melbourne Vic 3000 GRA is the peak body in Australasia

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Association Contacts

PO Box 76, Edwardstown SA 5039 Ph: 1300 664 374 Fax: 02 4739 1250 The Association is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising the standard of tree care and maintenance in Australia by supporting high-quality arboricultural practice, education and research. ➥ 106 Web: www.arboriculture.org.au

GREEN ROOFS AUSTRALASIA

PO Box 210, Bendigo Central VIC 3552 Ph: 03 5444 1763 Fax: 03 5444 1783 Parks and Leisure Australia has established itself as the key professional association in Australia, providing the industry with leadership, advocacy and direction in industry standards, training, professional development opportunities and product innovation. ➥ 297 Web: www.parksleisure.com.au

Suite 5/35-37 Kitchen Road, Dandenong South VIC 3175 Ph: 03 9791 6900 Fax: 03 9791 6055

VNU EXHIBITIONS ASIA

AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF HORTICULTURE INC

PARKS AND LEISURE AUSTRALIA

Educational Facilities & Training Courses

Locked Bag 21, Rozelle NSW 2039 Ph: 02 9556 7993 Fax: 02 9556 7979 Trade exhibition dedicated to the landscaping industry displaying new products and services. ➥4 Web: www.landscapeexpo.com.au

NURSERY & GARDEN INDUSTRY AUSTRALIA (NGIA) Unit 58, 5 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154 Ph: 02 9679 1472 As the peak body for the nursery and garden industry in Australia, Nursery and Garden Industry Australia (NGIA) is responsible for overseeing the national development of the nursery and garden industry. ➥ 505, 562 Web: www.ngia.com.au

PLANTFILE 1 Centennial Avenue, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Ph: 9924 0381 Fax: 9428 5253

Publications & Electronic Information NSW

CAD INTERNATIONAL PO Box 796, Avalon NSW 2107 Ph: 02 9973 4499 Fax: 02 9973 4490 CAD software specifically for Landscape architects and designers that also offers online training and support. ➥ 554 Web: www.cad.com.au

LANDSCAPE AUSTRALIA EXPO (EXHIBITIONS & TRADE FAIRS PTY LTD) Locked Bag 21, Rozelle NSW 2039 Ph: 02 9556 7993 Fax: 02 9556 7979 Trade exhibition dedicated to the landscaping industry displaying new products and services. ➥4 Web: www.landscapeexpo.com.au

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providing the industry with a onestop portal to the latest info, research, technology, events, news, recent projects, conference discounts and international social networking. ➥ 147 Web: www.greenroofsaustralasia.com.au

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BEAUTIFUL FUNCTIONAL ROBUST AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND QATAR SINGAPORE UAE T +61 2 9212 7144 E info@hubstreetequipment.com www.hubstreetequipment.com

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