Most surfaces in recreational facilities are under pressure. Water is often the key - it has to be placed (or removed) quickly and uniformly. HydroPlan has developed know-how from having designed many hundreds of systems for recreational areas so that people and their animals can safely pursue a wide range of sport and leisure activities.
Botanic Gardens of Adelaide
The renowned Botanic Gardens of Adelaide commissioned HydroPlan to design and project manage the installation of new delivery systems throughout the gardens that demonstrated both water saving techniques and ...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
Considered by many experts as one of the finest examples of urban park in the world, Centennial Parklands has been gracing the Sydney metropolis since Federation and now entertains over 5 million visitors eac...more
The re-development of the Moore Park area following relocation of the Royal Agricultural showground to Homebush Bay included establishment of the Fox Studio complex. HydroPlan were engaged by Hassell for th...more
Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium
HydroPlan was commissioned for detailed design of an automatic irrigation system for the prestigious cricket stadium at Dubai Sprts City, the world's first city built just for sports. The 25,000 capacit...more
Royal Botanic Gardens - Sydney
Overlooking one of the most picturesque and iconic settings in Australia, the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens form the start of a massive parkland 'green belt' in the heart of Sydney's Central Busine...more
Adelaide Shores Synthetic Soccer Pitch
The Adelaide Shores Football Centre is located on West Beach Road in West Beach and is Adelaide's first synthetic football pitch. The synthetic surface is the highest quality in Australia and the infill e...more
HydroPlan was engaged to design a $3 million Margaret River water recycling project for the Aug...