Landscape and Civil Works
Compost was spread at various locations on a 16km stretch of the Sturt Highway between Gawler and Daveyston, South Australia. The area contained approximately 2.8ha of cut batters – made up of rock, clay and a dispersible sand mix. Approximately 700m3 of compost was spread over the batters with an Express Blower to a total depth of 25mm.
Covering 135 hectares of Adelaide’s West Beach, Adelaide Shores encompasses golf courses, sports fields and recreation reserves as well as a caravan park, resort and function centre. The area is a destination for tourists and locals who come to relax and play along this stretch of Adelaide’s coastline. Turf is an important part of the look and functionality of the precinct. Adelaide Shores are interested in reducing synthetic inputs and improving the health and structure of their soils used to grow turf.