Focus On... Community service, leisure, parks & gardens

  • Security and safety upgrade delivered
    A new CoSafe model has launched onto the streets of City of Cockburn, Western Australia, following a thorough two year review to deliver a highly qualified, responsive safety and security patrol service that meets community expectations.
  • Taking a complex process back to basics*
    Sometimes simple is good
  • Plan guides town centre development
    Mount Alexander Shire Council, Victoria, has adopted a streetscape plan and design standards for Castlemaine to guide the development of a more attractive and functional commercial centre while working with the historical features of the picturesque 19th century town.
  • Beautiful city of the north
    City of Darwin’s $3.7 million Daly Street beautification project has been completed, on time and on budget, with the project led and delivered by City of Darwin staff.
  • Reaching Out reduces street homelessness
    In response to rising street homelessness Inner West Council, New South Wales, partnered with eight community and state government agencies to form the Inner West Homelessness Outreach Collaboration and has been patrolling the Inner West Council area since 2016.
  • Adventure launched at The Station
    Barossa Council, South Australia, has launched the much anticipated Barossa Adventure Station in Angaston – a $2.5 million dollar project which is part of Council’s The Big Project, a 50 year infrastructure roadmap for the region.
  • Focus on play for everyone
    Nine all-abilities playgrounds will be developed by the City of Gosnells, Western Australia, in the next two years, to improve access to play areas for local young people with disability.
  • Water upgrades for travelling stock
    Maranoa Regional Council, Queensland, has completed 11 stock route water facility upgrades, within budget and timeframe parameters.
  • Working together Lachlan Shire Council and Felton Industries transform community spaces*
    Felton Industries is a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of Australian made premium aluminium outdoor furniture.
  • An abundance of playspaces
    Kids will be squealing with delight with an abundance of new playspaces to visit across the Central Coast, New South Wales, and more in the works.
  • Eco-friendly toilets for an active community
    Warrnambool City Council, Victoria, has opened new compostable toilets at Jubilee Park/Wurrumbit Birrng Yaar, bringing its investment in the park to more than $500,000.
  • City development to propel WA beyond COVID-19
    The Property Council Western Australia’s Emerging Stronger Together Report has identified Cannington as a key activity centre for the State Government to invest in as Western Australia starts to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Farmer Army enhancing streetscape
    Gunnedah Shire Council, New South Wales, is undertaking a new project to enhance and beautify the islands on Stock Road.
  • Crystal Brook is on the map
    Crystal Brook is an idyllic country town in South Australia, with a strong community spirit but two major Port Pirie Regional Council projects are putting this peaceful town on the map.
  • Shovel ready essential services make headway during COVID-19*
    In light of COVID-19, stimulus plans are being rolled out to sustain businesses across the nation.
  • Interface Landscapes – when experience counts*
    Interface Landscapes has been delivering landscape solutions to South East Queensland for over 20 years.
  • Smart locker technology keeps beach goers safe
    Beach and gym-goers will have increased peace of mind that their belongings are safe while they swim or workout, thanks to newly installed Yellowbox smart lockers at Coogee Beach, Maroubra Beach and the Des Renford Leisure Centre.
  • Announcing the new Eureka series*
    Landmark Products is excited to launch the New Eureka Modular Restroom Series.
  • Keeping the city green
    Armadale is one of the fastest growing areas in Perth, Western Australia, and with this rapid urban expansion comes a loss of canopy and a greater need to plant and maintain trees, creating what is commonly known as an urban forest.
  • Renovators delight takes home the prize
    In a bold decision to take destiny into its own hands, Kingston District Council, South Australia, acquired the town’s only caravan park – a poorly run, disreputable and unsightly offering – and created a thriving tourist destination, stimulating the local economy with an increase in annual occupancy at the Park from 45-60 percent.
  • Excellence in vegetation management*
    PowerClear based in South East Queensland, is committed to delivering excellence to clients within the Arboricultural and Horticultural industries.