Month: January 2012
Jeavons Landscape Architects had the pleasure of working with the staff at the Sts Anargiri Early Learning Centre and architects Peter G Lyall & Associates during this project which is located in Oakleigh, Victoria.
A key feature of the site is the presence of two magnificent angophora trees. Careful consideration during the design and construction stages was required, to make sure the root zones of the trees were not damaged,
The unique and magical playground at Bollygum Park, Kinglake, based on the book by Garry Fleming, was officially opened in late 2011. More than 11 years in the making, the project stemmed from the hard work and fundraising by the local community and committee . Jeavons staff, in particular Felicity Brown and Bruce Grillmeier, interpreted the book into a viable playspace design and saw it through to fruition with high quality construction by Naturform and many many artists and other individuals,
The new Oddies Creek Park Adventure Playspace is located in Albury, close to a bend in the Murray River, set amongst river redgums, with a unique design abstracted from paddle steamers and shearing sheds.
This accessible park and playground was designed by Jeavons for Albury City Council and caters for all ages and abilities. Features include a flying fox,
Federal Reserve is a park that has a very natural feel, with its mature woodland and sensational birdlife. Jeavons Landscape Architects designed and documented the recent upgrade to the play space as part of a Council initiative to make more playgrounds accessible to children and adults with a disability. It has been a rewarding project and it is always great to be part of the team that creates inclusive playspaces for children.