Australian Garden

Awards for the Australian Garden.

The first stage of the Australian Garden opened to much praise in 2006 and the 2nd and last of the Australian Garden was publically opened in October 2012. The outcome of more than a years of preparation, this strong brand-new landscape style amassed nearly 30 preparation, style, and landscape awards in between 1997 and 2013.

Plants collections at Cranbourne

See the clip listed below to see building of the Lilypad Bridge and the planting around the Gondwana Garden in 2012 as the lasts of the Australian Garden were being finished.

River Walk

The River Walk is a broad boardwalk with views throughout a meandering ‘river bend’ water body. This location, making up a big, curving, treed sidewalk of granitic gravel and a waterside area of wood decking, links the Rockpool Waterway with the lively Display Gardens and Howson Hill

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The Ian Potter Lakeside Precinct

The Ian Potter Lakeside Precinct is a distinct public occasions area catering for approximately 1500 individuals. Watching out over the Ian Potter Lake, the location functions as a centerpiece for both education and home entertainment.

The River Walk consists of a generous public waterside area for events, seating, functions, home entertainment, and education programs. A timber-clad amphitheatre with seating for over 150 trainees supplies an outside event area fringed by Australian plants and shade-providing trees.

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Australian Garden

The Australian Garden is a motivating and immersive screen of Australian plants, landscapes, art and architecture. Set throughout 15 hectares, the Australian Garden follows a journey of water from the dry inland landscapes of main Australia, along dry river beds and down magnificent rivers to the seaside fringes of the continent. Within this fantastic landscape are the exhibit gardens where you can check out the appeal and variety of Australian plants and the progressing connections in between individuals, plants and landscapes. The Australian Garden is likewise a location where you can find motivation and info about the best ways to utilize Australian plants in your house garden.

Gibson Hill

Another popular landscape function, Gibson Hill is a perfect a location to rest with breathtaking views to the whole Australian Garden Its blue-foliaged saltbush and acacias offer a background to the Red Sand Garden. A winding course supplies all-abilities access to the top of the Hill.

Howson Hill.

Howson Hill emerges from a relaxing waterway north of the River Walk and is topped with existing unusual and endangered Mallee Eucalypts. A walk along the ridge supplies access to these distinct trees and an abundant under-storey of yards and ground covers. The loosely specified course culminates in a platform with views throughout the Australian Garden and the Melaleuca Spits. A path offering constant waterside gain access to links the two areas of the Display Gardens in the ‘valleys’ adjacent to Howson Hill.

Show Gardens

The Display Gardens offer useful ‘take home’ concepts for visitors. The precinct consists of the How to Garden, Promenade Plaza, the Backyard Garden, the Lifestyle Garden, the Greening Cities Garden, the Diversity Garden and the Home Garden.

1997

Landscape Excellence Award

Landscape Masterplan Award

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (Victorian and Tasmanian Chapters) Annual Landscape Design Awards

1998

Landscape Masterplan Award

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ National Awards

2006

Finest Public Open Space (the AustralianGarden).

Finest Environmental Building or Landscape (the Future Garden).

The Chairman’s Premier Award (for the above 3 entries).

South East Development Architectural Awards.

Finest New Tourism Development.

Finest Public Building (Visitor Centre).

Victorian Tourism Awards.

2007.

Finest New Tourism Development.

AILA Victoria Award in Landscape Architecture.

AILA Victoria Award for Excellence in Design.

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (Victorian Branch).

Ecological Sustainability (Awarded to the Australian Garden and RBG Cranbourne).

Benefit Award (FutureGarden) (Awarded to SITE OFFICE Pty Ltd Landscape Architecture).

Lodging and Attractions (Awarded to the Australian Garden and RBG Cranbourne).

QANTAS Australian Tourism Awards.

Leader Newspaper Business Achiever Awards (Casey-Cardinia Region).

2008.

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Premier’s Design Mark Award 2008 for Commercial Landscape Design.

Lodging and Attractions (Awarded to the AustralianGarden and RBG Cranbourne).

Ecological Sustainability (Awarded to the AustralianGarden and RBG Cranbourne).

The loosely specified course culminates in a platform with views throughout the Australian Garden and the Melaleuca Spits.

Victorian Government’s ‘State of Design 2008: Victoria’s Design Festival National Landscape Architecture Award of Excellence (Design Category) (Awarded to Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Paul Thompson).

Benefit Award (FutureGarden) (Awarded to SITE OFFICE Pty Ltd Landscape Architecture).

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects’ National Awards.

Leader Newspaper Business Achiever Awards (Casey-Cardinia Region).

The Australian Garden is a motivating and immersive display screen of Australian plants, landscapes, art and architecture. Set throughout 15 hectares, the Australian Garden follows a journey of water from the dry inland landscapes of main Australia, along dry river beds and down magnificent rivers to the seaside fringes of the continent. Within this terrific landscape are the exhibit gardens where you can check out the appeal and variety of Australian plants and the developing connections in between individuals, plants and landscapes. The Australian Garden is likewise a location where you can find motivation and details about how to utilize Australian plants in your house garden.