Major Projects

A collection of photos from major projects we have landscaped, excavated and built -  see also our Gallery for more photos of the work we undertake. 

Lake Street Shared Trail, Merimbula
Project completion: March 2021
Scope: Construction of 880 m of shared walking trail along Lake St road edge which included 325 m concrete path and 555 m elevated path constructed of treated pine and FRP decking in Merimbula on the NSW Far South Coast. Steel handrails and balustrades and timber bollards were installed along the path length. Drainage and culverts were installed to manage flow and bank edges were landscaped using lomandra and mulch. 
Tathra Headland Project
Project completion: December 2019
Scope: Construction of 1km of walking track and two viewing platforms around Tathra Headland on the NSW Far South Coast.  The walking track included sections of raised concrete path, FRP decking and block sandstone walls.  Lookouts were built using recycled hardwood timber with steel handrails.  Drainage and pits were installed to manage flow and site edges were finished using gabion rock and mulch.  Coir matting and logs were used to stabilse steep faces.  
Short Point Merimbula Viewing Platform and Landscaping
Project completion: June 2019
Scope:  Construction of a timber viewing platform overlooking the ocean with new concrete paths and steps, shower and native plantings. 
Lake Curalo Bridges
Project completion: December 2016
Scope:  Construction of four timber bridges and fibreglass decking over coastal streams and swamp lands along a walking track at Eden, NSW.   Complexities with this project included the sensitive environment (including threatened ecological communities), working over water and limited site access. 
South East Regional Hospital Landscaping
Project completion: December 2015
Scope:  Installation of native plantings (including tube stock and advanced trees), mulching of garden beds, turfing, rock edging, hydro-mulching and recreational facilities around the new hospital grounds.
Short Point Merimbula

Construction phase 2019