At Think Outside Gardens we base our designs around sound landscape architecture principle, and this is no different in the Sydney Hill District. Garden design is about understanding the corresponding relationships between spaces, shapes, materials and colour. This approach is especially important in the Hills District where large blocks and houses are commonplace and produces a more considered and timeless garden.
Our professional landscape construction team has delivered many projects in the Sydney Hills District. We pride ourselves on the cohesive relationship we foster between our garden designers, landscape construction team and our clients to deliver each job in a fast and professional manner. We love working with the large blank canvas that gardens in the Hills District offer us. These blank canvases allow our landscape architects to push their garden designs to another level, as demonstrated in our Castle Hill Project.
We service all suburbs in and around the Hills District, including Box Hill, Fiddletown, Nelson, North Rocks, Castle Hill, Norwest and Bella Vista. Our most popular services in these areas are bespoke landscape design and construction packages. The large blocks of land with big back yards allow us to create something beautiful and functional within your budget. We only work with the best Landscapers in Sydney meaning you can trust us to deliver the highest standards on every job.
If you’d like to work with us on your Sydney Hills District landscaping project get in touch with our team today. Give us a call or get in touch via our website to find out more about the services we offer in the Hills District and throughout Sydney. Discover the projects that Think Outside Gardens have delivered in the Sydney Hills District. That will give you some inspirational ideas on how to build your dream garden.
This contemporary garden was designed for a young family looking to take full advantage of a generous plot of land previously dominated by a pool. The old pool was reworked into a new lawn area and a more considered design connects the rear of the home to the outdoor areas.