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    Desert Landscaping Ideas

    Desert landscaping is one of the newest trends on the property renovation market; characterised by drought-resistant plants, bold and colourful furniture and sharp-edged, decorative rocks. And luckily for budding landscapers, desert landscaping options aren’t just limited to those who battle dry, tough climates all year-round. Here are five easy desert landscaping ideas to incorporate into […]

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    Landscaping Tips For New Home Builders

    Landscaping your new home can be a lot of fun – but it can also be a time-consuming, labour-intensive and difficult task. Here are 6 landscaping tips for your new home. Be aware of local council guidelines When it comes to your new home, it’s essential to consult local council guidelines before the landscaping process […]

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    The Must Read Before Beginning A Landscaping Project

    We’ve all been spending a lot of time in our backyards lately, and you may be thinking that it’s time for an outdoor makeover. But where to start? Getting the ball rolling on a landscaping project can be an intimidating task. So, here at Waterwise Landscaping, we’ve got you covered. We have produced a brand-new […]

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    Garden Maintenance Ideas While in Isolation

    Self-isolating can quickly lead to cabin fever. The feeling of being cooped up is an unpleasant one, but there’s a simple solution that’s in line with isolation rules: garden maintenance. Use gardening as an escape and a way to feel active – after all, the lockdown doesn’t mean you can’t go outside. It’s Time to […]

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    The New ‘Great Australian Dream’

    The roots of the original Australian Dream can be traced right back to the early colonial Australian settlers, it flourished and evolved after world war two during the city rebuilding, but the great dream really began to become popular in the 1950’s and 60’s when Australia enjoyed a baby boom, low unemployment and general prosperity. […]