As well as being contracted to complete over $1 million of landscaping on the Rangiriri section of the Waikato Expressway, we were contracted to restore the culturally significant Rangiriri Paa.
Our Award-Winning Projects
New Zealand’s largest civil landscaping project, Mackays to Peka Peka, is 29 kms of new expressway through the Kapiti Coast in the lower North Island.
The Natural Habitats team delivered a design and build landscape of this large-scale swimming pool and garden project in St Heliers.
Natural Habitats worked with Nelson Byrd Woltz Architects of New York to design and build the landscape at what is now known as “The Farm at Cape Kidnappers”.
Our intention from the outset was to create a lush, garden environment and incorporate natural light in an awe-inspiring setting.
Towering tens of meters into the air, this magnificent greenwall created by Natural Habitats is the focal point of the atrium on Takutai Square in the Britomart precinct.
Described as having the biggest impact on Auckland since the opening of the Auckland Harbour Bridge in 1959, this project involved the planting of over 400,000 plants.
Maungarei Springs site’s development provided a unique opportunity to restore indigenous lava flow ecosystems through ecological corridors and biological diversity.
This is one of the largest villages in NZ Summerset Retirement portfolio. We shared our client’s vision to create a new direction and approach in the landscaping of retirement villages.
It was game on at Eden Park, our three-strong team tackled the landscaping at Eden Park over a seven month period.