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Acer Glenbrook 2773


Working together with our recommended landscape designer for this project and their chosen local concrete pool builder, Outback Pools, and our Landscape team to create a design to thoroughly complement a modern architecturally designed family home.

Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects


Display homes are designed to look years old from the start and we achieved this by utilising mature hedging plants to hide fences and allow for layering of planting through to the edge of lawns and paving.

This corner home features a meandering sandstone stepper pathway to allow you to access the entire garden in an interesting way by keeping your focal direction shifting from feature to feature through the garden.

Design By: Eco Design


Alternanthera Lapstone 2773


A sloped backyard garden with poor step access and unusable lawn areas was redesigned for a family friendly purpose. 

Installing levels to achieve flat lawn areas good enough to pitch a tent on, play around and just have fun. 

Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects


With our creativity still flowing, its now time to create more display home gardens. However this time the workload has tripled... Three full gardens to complete as one project! 

Each garden had its own unique personality and style whilst still maintaining a consistent flow from one to the next.

A long list of features were to be included in the design and build, each house with their own individually designed alfresco areas and outdoor kitchens.   

Design By: Eco Design

Murraya Leonay 2750


With two small children the client wanted somewhere nice and level for the kids to play, with an entertainment area for BBQ's, gardens and lawn.


Most properties in this area are on sloped blocks so we had to install multiple retaining walls to create level and usable spaces.

Design and construction: Change of Scenery Landscapes


The client brief was to create an edible and enjoyable garden space. Located on the top of a hill with extreme cold and heat, plant selection was crucial to cope with the conditions.

Our landscape designer co-ordinated with the client in regards to the overall design, creating easy access from the house with a new set of steps and a post and rail fence with an old farm gate which created a great visual feature.

Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects


This was a project of love - our first home. 

Developed over a number of years and inspired by a number of ideas, we wanted to create something which was modern and earthy. A combination of curved lines, natural materials and contrasting colours. 

A number of entertainment zones were created, from the expansive Australian Spotted gum deck to the sandstone flagged fire pit and daybed, which extended up the external garage wall. 

Design and Construction: Change of Scenery Landscapes


After living with the same backyard for the past 20+ years, this family needed an inspirational backyard to enjoy. First and foremost on the client's wish list was to maximise space and to create an over sized entertainment area suitable for large parties. 


Our designer seized an opportunity to regain the city views by removing some the boundary trees near the entertainment space, which was always going to be the centre piece of the entire design. 

Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects


This was our first display home construction job. A design to compliment the house, allowing it to seamlessly flow into both front and backyards.


An alfresco area under the cover of the main roof 

providing the future owners and perspective buyers with outdoor lounge and relaxed dining facilities topped off with a casual seating area and

outdoor kitchen. 

Design by: Eco Design


The client brief was to transform a very plain sloping back lawn into a functional, usable space with the main focus drawing on the bush backdrop whilst making the lawn and garden manageable. We considered multiple design options to create a large outdoor paved zone for relaxed dining or fire pit space. 

Surrounded by our signature sandstone retaining walls with sawn stone capping, the seating area takes full advantage of the view into the natural bush beyond the rear fence. 

Design by: PDLA Landscape Architects


This was a new house build. We created a simple, low maintenance garden for the client which included new planting, new lawn, timber retaining walls, a concrete driveway and  letterbox.

The front entrance looked nice and tidy with a pebbled path edged with pavers and stepping stones. A side access path was also created.


A staged project.

Stage 1 - the client brief was to complete the lower backyard and create an oasis to be enjoyed around the new concrete pool. The pool was built with a viewing window so you could still enjoy the tranquil view of the pool whilst in a space below water level. A decking platform was built in this space giving the client somewhere to sit back and relax in their day bed pod. 

Design and Construction by Change of Scenery Landscapes


We walked into a backyard after years of neglect, weeds were above head height from the gate through to back fence.

Here we were engaged to renovate the entire backyard to provide a usable outdoor entertaining space coupled with low maintenance beautiful 

gardens to be enjoyed.

Design and Construction by Change of Scenery Landscapes

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