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blog / 10.07.2018

Well he may like to turn 15 again, but in reality Chris has reached 15 years with Natural Habitats! He started with us as a Care Team Leader in 2003 – and he’s still doing that today and loving it because he loves being a gardener...

blog / 10.07.2018

Natural Habitats is now signed up to - http://www.treesthatcount.co.nz/  Launched in November, 2016, Trees That Count was born out of a simple question, "How many native trees are planted in New Zealand each year and could we plant more to help mitigate climate change?"  It’s a programme that’s...

blog / 10.07.2018

[caption id="attachment_19008" align="alignnone" width="405"] Photo: Chris Hillock, 20180530. YOUNG LANDSCAPER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION 2018. Brad Murphy. right receives a participation certificate.[/caption] A big shout out to Brad Murphy from the landscape division and Christian Winfield from the housing division for entering this year’s Prebbles Seeds...

blog / 04.07.2018

We’re thrilled to announce that Natural Habitats has won 14 awards in this year’s (2018) Registered Master Landscaper awards – including a premier award for Best Sustainable Project of the year for our Muriwai coastal project. Across design, construction and horticulture, the tally is more...

blog / 04.07.2018

We welcome back Brian Spencer to Natural Habitats into the role of Commercial Manager. With Brian’s appointment, Natural Habitats has one of the most experienced senior leadership landscaping project teams in the country.  With more than 30 years’ experience in the landscape industry both in...

blog / 04.07.2018

Located at the base of a picturesque waterfall and surrounding the beautiful Mill Creek, the proposed Waterfall Park hotel project will involve extensive landscaping and riparian enhancement for the buildings, which include accommodation blocks, restaurants, chapel and a wellness retreat, to sit nestled within.   The...

blog / 04.04.2018

We’ve started to phase in using Stihl electric power tools on a number of our sites where appropriate and it’s receiving a great reaction from our clients. Apart from being better for the environment, the electric tools are far quieter meaning they don’t disturb staff...