… where landscape style meets environmental resilience
We chose the name Fresh because of what it said about our attitude. Our landscape architects constantly gather and share ideas and information. We listen to people and explore synergies. Whether it's beautiful sustainable design, site planning, working with a community to redesign a street, brainstorming ideas for a family garden or strategic thinking about a growing food in cities, we work in a genuinely friendly way to find creative, sustainable answers. Read about our people and awards.
While we are based near Bungendore, our work often takes us to Canberra, regional New South Wales and Western Australia.
We like to think that you will really enjoy working with us.
For more on what we do and why, here is a short video of our award winning garden, Roogulli.
We haven’t had much luck with growing citrus outdoors at Roogulli. Lemons and limes that started out as good sized trees got smaller each year with the onslaught of long frosty winters.
We believe it is important that our lives and work have as little adverse impact on the environment as possible. We don’t claim to be completely sustainable in everything we do, but is a goal we aim for and colours all our decision making.
All electricity in our house and office is generated from our solar panels. We are not connected to the grid, instead we have batteries to store energy during the day for us to use at night.
The Centenary Trail takes walkers and cyclists around Canberra through nature reserves, farmland, parks, lookouts, campsites and the Parliamentary Triangle. Walkers can hop on and off the trail in many places or can choose to walk the entire 145km loop over seven days. Cyclists have been known to do the whole trail in a marathon one day but more commonly take two to three days.