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brachyciton trees, create a lush grove and pockets
of privacy. Centrally located lawns ensure a
welcoming public space for residents.
PORT HEDLAND REVEGETATION (above)
e rehabilitation of more than 100ha of disused
land at the BHP Iron Ore Bulk Handling Facility,
was a big challenge for the TDL team.
Previous attempts at revegetation had failed
but the team at TDL was able to develop a fully
integrated approach and achieve revegetation
by undertaking soil analysis, design and the
implementation of cost effective water irrigation
TDL maintained a flexible approach to site
works to suit the clients' requirements. More than
60ha of the site was successfully "greened" within
WEST LEEDERVILLE LANDSCAPE (right)
Designing a spacious Balinese-style entertaining
area encompassing a plunge pool and pool
isolation fencing to maximise use and perception
of the rear garden space were key elements on the
brief to TDL for this West Leederville abode.
TDL created a combined pool, spa and water
feature. Raising the swimming pool and adding
the spill-over pond reduced the need for isolation
fencing across the whole yard.
e deck has a pull-up cover and hinged
daybeds. e mature frangipani acts as a focal
point and softens the look without cluttering up
the space or compromising the minimalist design.
AN AREA OF INDUSTRY
AFFECTED LAND in the
Pilbara is transformed into a
naturally exocative landscape.
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