Randwick, Sydney

Project Type

Design & Installation

Project Team

Landscape Designer

Nicola Cameron, Eve Valensise

Garden Installation & Care

Pepo Botanic Design


Natalie Hunfalvay

Melaleuca trees and kangaroo paw evoke the Australian bush in our Randwick project. Though small on space, the use of cascading terraces along the narrow length of this garden gives it a vertical dimension and sense of openness that belies its size.

Our design team intuitively conceived a private and non-linear space, using textures and lush planting to visually expand the garden. Drawing on the utilitarian and earthy materials of the house, a modest palette of decomposed granite and recycled brick was used to marry the style of the home with the newly developed garden terraces.

Each area – whether it’s used for outdoor dining or for relaxing under shady trees – is thoroughly enjoyed by all.


What the client says:

“Pepo completely met our brief which was to regain privacy after the loss of neighbouring trees and most importantly, turn a bland and uninviting backyard into a space we wanted to be in. The garden is now an interesting and inviting place to be and also provides a beautiful and constantly changing view, including after dark when the lighting is magical.”


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