Landscape Plans North Burnett Region and Landscape Design North Burnett Region

Landscape Plans North Burnett Region and Landscape Design North Burnett Region

Landscape Designers North Burnett Region

Garden Design North Burnett Region

Online Garden Design offers a simply and effective method for tailor made landscape designs for DIY gardeners, or landscape designs plans for council. We will create unique garden plans for your landscaping area as per  landscape requirements. Landscape plans and garden plans, full landscape design service. Using your photos, site dimensions, aspect and a simply client questionnaire we can create a unique, practical garden design specifically designed for you.

Each individualised landscape package includes; Landscape plans, Guides on construction methods required, Planting plans, Hard landscaping features and Plant profiles unique to your garden plan. This package can simply be used as a how to guide for a satisfying DIY landscape garden, or given to a contractor to quote on and work off.

Landscape Designers service – offering custom made garden designers. Professional Landscape architects
North Burnett Region

The first local government in the North Burnett area was the Gayndah Municipality, which was created on 28 November 1866 under the Municipal Corporations Act 1864. On 11 November 1879, the Rawbelle and Perry Divisions were created to serve regional areas under the Divisional Boards Act 1879. A third division, Eidsvold, was proclaimed on 25 January 1890.

On 31 March 1903, following the enactment of the Local Authorities Act 1902, Gayndah became a town while the three divisions became shires. On 3 June 1905, the Shire of Degilbo, centred on Biggenden, was established from part of the Shire of Burrum. On 19 May 1915, the Shire of Auburn (later renamed Mundubbera) was separately incorporated. On 17 March 1923, the Shire of Rawbelle was renamed Gayndah and on 24 May 1924, it absorbed the Town. On 3 March 1932, the Shire of Monto came into being and Eidsvold was reincorporated. Finally, on 12 July 1941, Degilbo was renamed Biggenden.

North Burnett Region suburbs
  • Abercorn
  • Ban Ban Springs
  • Biggenden
  • Binjour
  • Byrnestown
  • Ceratodus
  • Coonambula
  • Coalstoun Lakes
  • Dallarnil
  • Degilbo
  • Didcot
  • Eidsvold
  • Gayndah
  • Gooroolba
  • Humphery
  • Ideraway
  • Kalpowar
  • Moonford
  • Monto
  • Mount Perry
  • Mulgildie
  • Mundubbera
  • Mungungo
  • O’Bil’Bil
  • Riverleigh

Online Garden Design offering unique landscape designs Australia wide. Complete, professional landscape design packages and do it yourself guides. Our service includes council landscape plans. Garden plans and garden designs. We can help you submit your development application (da) landscape plans to council. Garden Designers, garden plans and landscape design.


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Online Garden Design offering unique landscape designs, garden plans and landscape plans. Professional landscape designers – Landscape design packages including landscape plans for council submission. Landscape designs/garden plans for garden makeovers, renovations or landscaping plans for new house builds to council requirements including DA drawings.



Step.1 Online Consultation
At Online Garden Design we aim to create the perfect garden plan for you. We take your ideas and combine them with ours to create a unique, practical and beautiful landscape design perfectly suited to your needs, tastes and style. Upon payment for your Landscape Design Package we will send you out a simply questionnaire asking about you needs, wants and taste and some simple site analysis. Along with this questionnaire, we ask for 5-10 photos of your site and a rough outline of the dimensions of your property. Our landscape designer will consider your responses and photos of the site and create a unique garden design that perfectly suits your needs and wants. We will look at suitable garden styles, building materials, plants and garden features to suit you and your garden space.
Following this online consultation process we will prepare your unique landscape plan.


Step.2 Landscape Plan
The garden design process;

Landscape Plan – At this stage our professional garden designer will prepare a drawing of your proposed garden space, including hard landscaping features such as paving, water features, decks as well as plant species and building materials to be used. All features incorporated will be based upon your wants and needs list. We will simply make this list aesthetically pleasing. This plan can be used by you or a contractor to build the garden following the clear and concise plans.

Step.3 Your Landscape Package is sent to you containing;
Landscape Plan – A complete working landscape plan including all features, building materials and plants clearly outlined.
Construction Documentation – Accompanying the landscape plan we will also outline the construction method and materials
to be used to build the garden. Clearly outlining all stages of the process to avoid any confusion. These will be outlined in easy DIY construction guides, such as – ‘How to Lay Paving’. This will also include a planting list and sample images of the proposed trees, shrubs, and ground covers.
Plant List – In conjunction with the landscape design plan and construction outline we will provide you with a complete outline of all plants suggested for your garden taking into account climate, aspect, soil type and your taste. A thorough outline of each suggested plant will be included in the package including maintenance instructions, and suggested similar alternative plants.
Landscape Maintenance Guide – This includes a wide variety of ongoing garden maintenance guidelines such as lawn care, pruning and fertilising to ensure your beautiful new garden is kept in great shape.
Your complete landscaping package is emailed to you on completion.


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