The Family Business

Issue 58

A descendant of two pioneering Western Australian farming families, Lucinda Giblett proves that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

A Shared Ethos

Issue 58

The Little Green Corner in Geelong champions sustainable food options by utilising locally grown produce and running regular educational workshops.

The Deep End

Issue 46

Drew Carling looks back on his first “dry country” job as a landscape architecture graduate – his parents’ then-new seven acre property on the banks of the Murray River, featuring a Glen Murcutt house and a lone black box tree.

Backyard Harvests

Issue 57

Urban Growers are taking small city spaces and turning them into urban-scale farms.

Postage Stamp Oasis

Issue 57

A tiny concrete courtyard in Balaclava that is, technically, half car space, has been transformed into a year-round living room by Acre’s Brett Robinson.

Salvage And Share

Issue 55

Kat Lavers demonstrates the power of permaculture with the transformation of her compact Northcote garden, the Plummery.

Natural Textures

Issue 56

Tim Nicholas embraces harsh conditions and organic elements to create a cohesive garden of diversity and depth.

Bush Play

Issue 56

Bush Projects’ freewheeling collaborations with Austin Maynard Architects continue with Charles House in Kew – a playful, cleverly layered native and indigenous garden created for a multi-generational home.

Experimental Terrain

Issue 55

Amongst the garage-heavy suburban streets of south-west Brisbane lies a unique garden filled with visual and physical complexity.

Depth Of Field

Issue 54

Behind many inner-city properties are long, narrow rear gardens, and while “long” is an attribute worth having, denoting depth, “narrow” is a much less desirable dimension.