The Australian Gardens complex at Cranbourne covers 363 hectares of untouched heath lands, wetlands and woodlands. The design explores and expresses the evolving relationship between the Australian people and its native landscape and flora. Its unique celebration of the Australian landscape and native flora represents the embodiment of the vision of the Royal Botanic Gardens.
The scope of works included:
- service roads, rock gardens
- rock pool waterway bridges
- escarpment walls
- ecological & sustainable landscape gardens
- dry river walks
- shelters and
The award-winning design by landscape architects Taylor Cullity Lethlean, along with plant designer Paul Thompson, featured rigid specifications in keeping with the Australian theme.