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Frequently Asked Questions

Why use a landscape designer?

Your first port of call should always be a landscape designer. Choosing a landscaper first would be like engaging a builder to build your home without a plan.

Always ensure the company you engage with has qualified and experienced designers on board.

Why should I use a member from AILDM?

AILDM members have a sound knowledge of landscape design principles, plants and environmental management, so you can be confident they have the professional knowledge and practical expertise to bring your garden or outdoor space to life.

They also have the backing of an established professional body, with mentoring support and advice, ongoing training and education and a vast network of contractors and suppliers.

How much does a landscape design cost?

We offer the most competitive and prompt service with a 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.

All landscape designs are different so we offer a fixed pricing quotation prior to all work commencing, with no hidden fees. You will be amazed at how much we can save you.

What does a landscape design process consist of and do I need to submit to council?

Every landscape design is different due to specific requirements and we can alter our process to better suit your needs so you’re not locked into an expensive and lengthy typical design process.

We also cater for special requirements like operational works from councils to body corporate and covenant specification requirements.

Don’t stress as we can cover all of these elements, in fact, we have completed more than 1500 plans to council.

What do I get at the end of a landscape design process?

We use the newest state of the art computer-aided design (CAD) software that offers creative, colourful and full-scale specifications.

These plans are very easy to read and can be used by professionals to build your garden or you can DIY. A landscape design is like a floor plan for an outdoor area. Like a floor plan, a landscape design creates a visual representation of a site using scaled dimensions.

Landscape plans include natural elements such as shrubs, trees, and grasses, as well as man-made elements including turf, and hard scaping.

What areas do we service?

Echuca Moama and surrounds we offer onsite or in studio consultations.

Gold Coast & Surrounds we specialise in landscape plans for your council applications such as Statement of Landscape Intent and Operational Works applications (OPW).

We offer an online service for these and consultations over the phone.

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