Over 300 guests attended this black tie event to acknowledge this year’s winners and to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Association. The Minister for Housing and Public Works, Tim Mander MP, congratulated the Association on achieving this milestone and presented the Queensland Landscape Construction of the Year trophy to this year’s winners Eureka Landscapes.
Eureka Landscapes project situated at Ken Fletcher Park Tennyson also took out the Million Dollar Plus category. It was designed and constructed to represent the historical land use and was named in honour of an Australian tennis great. The judges said “it was an outstanding testament to both”. Eureka’s Anglican Church Grammar School Junior Playground won Commercial 4 Category and Eureka was also awarded Best Landscape Feature – Commercial and Environmental Value Commendation categories on the night.
Other residential and commercial category winners included:
- CPM Landscaping
- Outdoor Design Landscaping Solutions
- Harmony Landscapes
- Boss Gardenscapes
- Outside Noosa
- Living Style Landscapes
- Ace Landscapes
- Scape Shapes Landscaping
The evening was hosted by Terry Hansen from Brisbane radio station 97.7FM with principal awards sponsor AWX, “Partners in People”. Guests were entertained by Brisbane band Vegas Please and comedy duo Carpe Idiotus.
Landscape Queensland CEO, Mark Sorby, said this year’s awards again showcased the high quality skill levels and professionalism of the landscape industry in Queensland and also acknowledged the importance of the training and development of young apprentices and trainees in this state.
Winning entries can be viewed at www.landscapequeensland.com.au
Images (top to bottom): Landscape Construction of the Year and Million Dollar Plus category winner, Eureka Landscapes; Commercial 1 winner Harmony Landscapes; Commercial 2 winner Ace Landscapes; Best Landscape Feature-Commercial winner Eureka Landscapes; and ODS Advertising Representative Deborah Hainsworth presenting the Award for the Million Dollar Plus category to Eureka Landscapes.