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Urban softscaping and placemaking services​that care for COUNTRY and community


Our clients include...


connecting country, community and culture by creating sustainable gardensCreate lasting change

With Wildflower you give more, and receive...

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Reduced long-term maintenance costs

Improved relationships and partnerships with your local community

Media and public relations benefits


Indigenous land care experts

A softscaping approach that minimises environmental impact

Native Australian plants specific to your local region 

Increased staff wellbeing and engagement from natural spaces

Achievement of CSR targets that drive social change

A positive return on investment for every dollar invested in our services (ask us how!)

As award winning Aboriginal land care experts with deep conservation experience our landscaping approach is built on three key pillars.

Environmental Sustainability

Social  Sustainability

Economic Sustainability

These pillars result in softscaping projects that are more than just superficial manicured designs. 

When you work with us, you choose to walk with us

Work with us and you’re also partnering with us in our mission to mentor at-risk Aboriginal Youth and create employment opportunities for disadvantaged people within our communities.

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Wildflower is an Indigenous-led, not-for-profit, social enterprise

We create Indigenous green spaces across the urban landscape, and work with communities to build sustainable connections to Country, our cultural heritage, and each other.

Support our movement

Individuals, enterprises, and organisations can support Wildflower to nurture green spaces and provide work for people facing barriers to employment.

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From the very beginning, Wildflower was extremely passionate, professional, and friendly. We came to Roman with a vision of creating a Yarning Circle and sensory garden that could be used by our students as a place to build connections with each other as well as function as a meaningful outdoor learning space. A space where our school could build a deeper connection to Aboriginal culture.We were blown away by how much our students engage with the space.”

Sam Widmer
Head Teacher Support Unit


Wildflower acknowledges the Traditional Custodians upon whose ancestral lands we live and work. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging, and acknowledge the continuing connection Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to the land, sea, and community.

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