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Our Wellington crew start at the Wellington Zoo Chimp House later this month with the planting of the visitor’s area with the view to getting finished before the summer break. Designed by Isthmus Group, and built by Naylor Love, the planting theme will be quite...

Native bird life is responding well to wetlands that Natural Habitats have been instrumental in creating as part of the M2PP motorway project just north of Wellington. In one of the ponds created alongside the Waikanae junction onramp, a pair of pied stilts have taken...

Care Team Leader Chris Bean is switched on – to the benefits of electric tools. He’s taken the initiative to trial the installation of solar panels on the lid of his vehicle’s tool box to trickle re-charge their batteries while he’s doing his rounds. The use...

Soaring five stories high, we have completed New Zealand’s tallest exterior green walls for St Mark’s luxury apartments and earned New Zealand’s first Homestar Innovation Point from the New Zealand Green Building Council.  The series of three green walls are also one of the largest green...

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...

A big congratulations to international developer Frasers Property for its “Beaches” project which took out the top award in Natural Habitats sponsored Urban Land Developments award in the recent NZ Property Council awards.  “Beaches” at Coast Papamoa is the final ‘jewel in the crown’ of the...

The great news out of Wellington is that Natural Habitats is the preferred contractor for the Transmission Gully expressway landscaping project.  The 27 kilometre four-lane motorway is going through some very steep valleys creating challenges for our Wellington team to literally plant while working at...

Showing how good work leads to more work, our Waikato team’s key relationship with Tainui Group Holdings continues to flourish following completing stages One and Two of the Rotokauri Rise sub-division.  As Hamilton’s newest residential development with nearly 900 sections, we’ve been awarded the landscaping...

With a focus on creating healthy work spaces, Smales Farm’s latest office development on Auckland’s North Shore has a strong focus on creating green spaces both inside and out, says Smales Farm marketing manager, Mark Kelly.  “We believe healthy staff are happy staff, which is why...