Vote for your favourite landscaper

In the ultimate battle of State vs State, the 2021 Husqvarna Champion of Champions: Australian Landscaper of the Year Awards set the stage for a battle royal of the best national landscape projects of the year.

Winners will be celebrated with an extensive media campaign, showcasing their projects across a series of outdoor magazines and online media, including titlessuch as Grand Design Australia, Outdoor Design, Outdoor Design Source, Backyard & Outdoor Living, and online at completehome.com.au and specifiersource.com.au.

Qualifying projects will be judged by an expert panel of representatives from each state, along with an all-important audience vote, so make your vote count! Choose your favourite project in each category to see who comes out on top as Australian Landscaper of the Year.

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Earth Creation Landscapes, Sunshine Beach (QLD)

A new home build, this transformative garden was designed as a space “of contemplation, so [they] can see the stars at night and the reflection from the pond from inside the house” according to the client’s wishes.

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Regal Innovations, Darling Square (NSW)

Darling Square is without a doubt a feature recreational realm within the precinct, servicing 600 high level apartments. The detail, finishes and quality are recognised as world class. Maintaining and complementing the planting theme of surrounding areas. The centre feature, a ribbon building wrapped in timber following into the landscaping

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Dubbo Landscaping, Wiradjuri Garden (NSW)

Wiradjuri Garden was an inclusive community-based project which transformed a relatively unusable area into a culturally rich combination of local indigenous flora, parallel play spaces, functional pedestrian thoroughfares and purpose-built meeting space

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Co-Ordinated Landscapes, Biddy Giles Park (NSW)

Biddy Giles Park is a 9000 square metre community space featured at South Village Kirrawee. This new park pays homage to its brick-works past and traditional owners. The use of innovative design, recycled bricks and textured rocks in the gabion walls have created a special all abilities play space.

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Urban Landscape Projects, Bourke Street Public School (NSW)

An energised School community partnered with ULP to develop the space. This inner city location is home to an engaged and vibrant School community. The design was to create diverse, engaging areas for learning and play while respecting the strong heritage and community values that were underpinning the project.

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Outdoor Retreats Landscaping, Leichhardt Public School (NSW)

An outdoor learning space to engage the students at Leichhardt Public School.

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Urban Garden Enrichment, Private Garden Oasis, Woolloomooloo (NSW)

A secluded and private inner-city garden oasis that would allow the client’s to enjoy their outdoor area and create more space in the existing garden area. The project included an outdoor dining zone and kitchen with preparation space that also linked to the bespoke sun lounge.

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Outdoor Escape Landscaping, The Dusty (NSW)

The Dusty was designed and created to be a pocket of tranquility for this family home, emulating a relaxed, natural environment that generates a feeling of retreat. Using a mix of coastal and informal design styles to create a relaxed, uncultivated vibe, while focusing heavily on natural elements and features.

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Growing Rooms Landscapes, Maroubra Residence (NSW)

A secluded gem and a swimmer’s delight in Maroubra that demonstrates a contemporary style and reflects the family’s love of swimming.

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The Other Side Landscapes, Koi Pond Project (NSW)

This project demonstrates an extensive mastery of all aspects of hard and soft landscape construction. With a clear mandate from the client to ensure the landscape complimented the architects design. We were tasked to deliver a soft and light landscape which belies a technically complex landscape beneath the surface