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Biodiversity Blooms: Grow Your Garden into a Vibrant Habitat for Wildlife!

Welcome to Gadd Group, where we specialise in creating vibrant and ecologically-rich habitat gardens that attract wildlife to your garden. Our natural landscaping services are designed to integrate features into your outdoor space that enhance biodiversity and provide essential habitat for a variety of species. From birdhouses and bat boxes to insect hotels, we tailor each Australian native garden design to support the unique needs of your local ecosystem.

We incorporate many different elements

With Gadd Group, transform your landscape into a wildlife friendly sanctuary.

BIRD-ATTRACTING PLANTS – We select native species that provide food, shelter, and nesting opportunities for birds, enhancing the beauty and biodiversity of your wildlife garden.

BUTTERFLY-ATTRACTING PLANTS – By identifying and incorporating plants specific to your region, we support the lifecycle of native butterflies, adding colour and vitality to your outdoor space.

BEE-ATTRACTING PLANTS AND NATIVE BEEHIVES​ – Recognising the importance of bees in pollination, we integrate plants and hives to support Australia’s diverse native bee species, contributing to a thriving ecosystem.

AQUATIC FEATURES​ – Our designs include ponds and organic pools, fostering habitats for native fish, insects, and amphibians, enriching the ecological balance of your garden.

NATURAL ELEMENTS​ – We incorporate rocks and logs to create basking areas for reptiles and provide shelter in your native garden, while also employing strategic design to deter invasive species like cane toads.

Our Process For Creating A Wildlife Garden.

Designing and establishing a habitat garden involves several key steps to ensure that the landscape not only enhances biodiversity but also provides essential habitat for local wildlife. Here’s an outline of our process:


Initial Consultation

Our landscape designer will meet with you for a garden consultation to discuss your goals, preferences, and budget for your wildlife garden. They will conduct a site assessment to evaluate existing conditions, including soil type, sunlight exposure, and drainage patterns.

It is at this stage we will identify any specific wildlife species that you wish to attract or support in the garden.


Firstly we analyse your property’s ecological context, considering factors such as nearby natural habitats, wildlife corridors, and existing flora and fauna. Next we develop a comprehensive plan that integrates habitat features, such as birdhouses, bat boxes, insect hotels, and wildlife corridors. Appropriate native plant species based on the conditions and the needs of target wildlife species are then selected to ensure this is the best garden for wildlife. 

Initial Consultation Site Analysis and Planning


We design and place habitat features strategically throughout the garden to maximise their effectiveness and appeal to target native wildlife. Elements such as water features, rocks, logs, and native plants are incorporated to provide food, shelter, nesting sites, and breeding habitat for wildlife.

Habitat Feature Design


A diverse mix of native plants that offer food, shelter, and habitat for local wildlife, including bird-attracting, butterfly-attracting, and bee-attracting plants are chosen. Indigenous plants are then installed according to the design plan, considering spacing, arrangement, and soil preparation to promote healthy growth and establishment.

Plant Selection and Installation


Habitat enhancement measures are implemented, such as creating wildlife corridors, connecting habitat patches, and providing supplemental food and water sources. We encourage the installation of ponds, bird baths, and butterfly puddling stations to attract and support wildlife throughout the garden whilst also being a beautiful garden feature.

Habitat Creation and Enhancement


We work with you to establish a gardening services maintenance plan to care for your habitat garden, including watering, weeding, pruning, and mulching as needed. It is important to monitor the garden regularly to assess plant health, wildlife activity, and overall ecosystem function. Adjustments are made to the garden design or management practices as necessary to optimise habitat value and support biodiversity over time.

Maintenance and Monitoring

Habitat Garden projects

Contact us today to create a wildlife friendly garden!

Our expert team will create a stunning Habitat Garden that enhances your property and connects you with nature.​

Our Happy Customers

Meet Our Habitat Gardens Team

Brett Gadd

General Manager

The visionary force behind Gadd Group with expertise spanning playscapes, landscapes, and environmental services, Brett is not only a seasoned professional, but also a keen advocate for sustainability and conservation.

Brett’s unwavering dedication to harmonising human spaces with nature’s needs stands as a testament to Gadd Group profound commitment to creating a greener, more resilient world.


Landscapes – Supervisor

With over 20 years of experience in structural landscaping, Gareth is widely recognised as a pioneer in his field, transforming architectural visions into breathtaking outdoor environments.

Gareth’s mastery of structural design and unwavering commitment to quality craftsmanship have solidified his reputation as a preeminent leader in the realm of landscaping.


Landscapes – Team Leader

As a trailblazer in the landscaping industry, Matt has cultivated stunning outdoor spaces and inspired teams to exceed expectations.

Matt’s unmatched expertise and innovative techniques have set the standard for excellence, establishing them as a true leader in the field of landscaping.