The combination of natural elements & traditional landscape techniques help form a functional space that is both robust and immersive...
These spaces reflect the school’s desire to create meaningful external spaces for students and teachers that can be used for both play and learning environments.
The design aimed to capture the fundamentals of nature with trees for shade, natural elements and interpretive features found in nature.
With the new shade trees & colourful planting the landscape will provide a cooling and well balanced space.
Our construction team has just completed a series of landscape projects for Stirling East Primary School
With the school approaching its centenary we were engaged to design a landscape to help honour the schools past people and achievements.
This once empty area of the school is now a great nature play space for the children to explore, learn and play.
Key 'Nature Play' features in the design included water play, a dry creek, timber elements, & Imaginative play areas to explore, gather, build cubbies & make mud pies!
Indulkana (Iwantja) is an Aboriginal Community nestled below the Indulkana Range within the picturesque APY Lands.
The Oak Valley School community feel this project has provided a learning landscape that will provide years of use...
Children can work together by manually operating the 2 bilge pumps to create water flow down the waterfall which in turn wets the play sand below.