Smart Water's Greenlink irrigation system was seamlessly integrated into the lush Raingarden Reserve greenspace in Woodlea Residential Estate, maintaining the surrounding wetlands without detracting from nature.
Woodlea Estate – the fastest growing residential community in Australia – is currently undergoing Stage 23 of development, which involves the creation of Raingarden Reserve. The reserve is used to improve waterway protection by intercepting and removing pollution from stormwater before it enters the channels. This thriving wetland is connected to the nearby Greenlink system by a scenic boardwalk that allows residents to enjoy and appreciate the surrounding environment.
The Greenlink water system, designed and installed by Smart Water, focuses on stormwater harvesting at the reserve. The Woodlea Greenlink features a pump system to harvest water into the wetland, where it is efficiently filtered through reeds, plants and various other mediums before flowing away to stormwater channels. Not only does this system help to reduce the volume of stormwater entering Melbourne waterways and lower levels of pollutants, but it also promotes a greener landscape for residents to enjoy.
Smart Water worked in conjunction with Naturform Landscape Infrastructure to produce this lush outdoor space while still ensuring efficiency within the system.
The Smart Water installations team proudly upheld values of water-efficiency and seamless integration throughout the project, creating a gorgeous green environment, complete with a practical purpose. Woodlea Estate’s Raingarden Reserve provides a stunning greenspace for the community to enjoy the outdoors for years to come.
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