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

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

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.

In keeping with Westfield’s vision of a modern shopping centre that keeps shoppers engaged and entertained, Deep Green Landscaping created a new larger rooftop dining and entertainment precinct at Carousel Cannington.

Herston Quarter is a visionary five hectare health, hospital and aged care development, the first stage of the $1.1 billion master planned Herston Health Precinct, the project will elevate Brisbane’s international status as a world-leading healthcare and medical research precinct. SELF’s part of the project comprised the new Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service building, and Spanish Steps.

Tobruk Memorial Drive Lookout was designed by Cardno for Toowoomba Regional Council. It is inspired by the area’s Indigenous heritage and is truly a sight to behold. Construction was part of the $7.4 million Toowoomba Escarpment Parks Upgrades project, supported by both Toowoomba Regional Council and the Queensland Government.

Wilfred Taylor Reserve Nature Playspace is the largest regional playspace in Adelaide’s South. It is the first project to be delivered in response to the Wilfred Taylor Reserve Master Plan (2019) and attracted over 50,000 visitors in its opening month.

Prahran Square is a spectacular architectural community piazza area. The city of Stonnington’s $60 million plus transformation of the old Cato Street carpark in Prahran delivered around 10,000 square metres of multifunctional urban parkland that sits above the 500-space carpark.