Catholic Regional College Melton

Catholic Regional College Melton

This is PTA Landscapes’ latest video showcasing the work they have completed at CRC Melton. This is stage one of the Master Plan designed for CRC Melton by PTA Landscapes.

Central Courtyard and Boulevard for CRC Melton

PTA Landscapes has just completed the construction of the central courtyard and first stage of the main boulevard at the Catholic Regional College in Melton. This is the first of the major landscape projects to be undertaken from the school’s […]

Interactive Landscaped Learning Space

PTA Landscapes recently completed construction of an indoor/outdoor interactive learning space for Nido Early Learning School.  The key focus of the spaces were to engage preschool aged children to learn through play and inspire creativity. A resin bound, pebbled “water-play” […]

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Exciting Future for PTA Landscapes

Late this year PTA Landscapes changed the structure of the business with Paul Trotter inviting Andrew Wilson and Dion Loncar to join him as co-directors of the business. Both Andrew and Dion, who have been working in senior roles for […]

Monash College Learning Village

Monash College’s new Learning Village is a dedicated learning and teaching space for Diplomas situated at the University’s Clayton Campus.The buildings feature 50 and 100 seat lectorials as well as large collaborative learning spaces for students. The landscape surrounding and […]

Children’s Nature Garden

Mayfield Estate, Cranbourne, is nestled within a three hectare woodland reserve. PTA Landscapes completed a significant landscaping project at the estate for Lend Lease Communities. Designed by Aspect Studios, the project included a children’s nature garden, conservation reserve and open […]

A Unique Children’s Garden

Brompton is set to be “Southeast’s most exciting new community” and PTA Landscapes recently completed construction of the landscape around the Brompton Pavilion and the nearby Children’s Garden. Read more about this project here