Recent years of drought over much of Australia has put greater value on our turf landscapes as we more fully appreciate their importance in maintaining a healthy community. Increasing water costs and water restrictions has provided the incentive for site managers to took at alternative water supplies and opportunities to increase wateruse efficiency.
City of Adelaide
The City of Adelaide has been progressively upgrading the irrigation in many of Adelaide’s iconic sites. Using HydroPlan to design their systems and supervise installation has not only improved applicat...more
Resort World Sentosa
In its first three years of opening in 2010 over 45 million people visited Resorts World on Sentosa Island in Singapore. It is clearly a special place and no wonder it has won prestigous travel awards ever si...more
Willunga Township - Waterproofing the South
As part of Waterproofing the South and an initiative to minimise use of potable water for irrigation, the City of Onkaparinga engaged HydroPlan to design an irrigation distribution scheme for sites within the...more
Joondalup Residential Development
HydroPlan designed an extensive irrigation system for the City of Joondalup in Western Australia and is still extending it a decade later. The water supply is non-potable (groundwater and stormwater). The...more
Kings Park and Botanic Garden is the premier park run by Botanical Park and Garden Authority (BGPA) in Perth, Western Australia. The park is 400 hectares in extent with a combination of natural bush land, cul...more
This large project involved the irrigation of reclaimed areas of Trinity Inlet and the Cairns Foreshore, and included an esplanade and foreshore promenade component. The esplanade project incorporates ...more
City of Sydney
HydroPlan have been engaged in the extensive work involved in upkeep of the many parks in the City of Sydney. This includes master planning and auditing for Council covering irrigation systems of over 35 pa...more
HydroPlan was engaged to design a $3 million Margaret River water recycling project for the Aug...