Formed in 1987 Phillip O'Malley Garden Design is an established
& celebrated leader in sub-tropical landscape design.
Phillip O'Malley has designed many wonderful gardens across Australia.
From Cairns to Melbourne to Perth. Most of his commissions are in the
South East Queensland triangle, including Brisbane, The Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast.
Peruse my extensive garden design gallery for samples of my authentic gardens. Free flowing easy-living harmonious garden sanctuaries.
Phillip O'Malley is an impresive designer. Innovative and dynamic, Phillip is never without an innovative and creative idea and finds rewarding solutions to the most intractable of problems. His marriage of design flair and sound horticultural knowledge places him apart from so many of his peers. What's more Phil is a fun man, working with him on a garden project would be a voyage of delight!
John Patrick - Gardening Australia
FINAL DETAIL PLAN
The design of your garden begins with an on-site meeting with Phillip, an initial consultation, generally lasting 60 to 90 minutes.
This provides the opportunity to meet you and become familiar with
the many aspects of your garden space. We will chat about your ideas and desires & how you would like to use and interact with your garden. We will look over the garden & touch on its treasures (often hidden & in slumber) and limitations.....There may be a mature tree which which could lend your garden a sense of soul & stability.....
there may be a backdrop or overbearing feature whose impact needs reducing. The primary aim of this initial meeting is for Phillip to tune into your space and get a feel for your garden's potential. An extensive photographic design folio is made available to peruse and show example of potentials. Having become familiar with your garden and your wishes, Phillip will quote a design fee for the preparation of a detailed landscape plan. On acceptance of this fee, measurements & photographs will be taken and other relevant particulars will be noted. It helps to have a scaled plan of your property available. In some cases surveying may be necessary.