Madeline has worked across residential and estate gardens, heritage garden dwellings, restoration of native and endemic species and internationally recognised golf courses in Sydney. She is very passionate about sustainable land management, rehabilitation of native plant species and the power of horticultural innovation.
Madeline is a driven Horticulturalist at Centennial Parklands who has a versatile array of qualifications and experience in the industry. Madeline has studied Landscape Design & Construction, Nursery Production & Propagation and Parks & Gardens Management.
Madeline’s role as a Senior Horticulturalist at Centennial Parklands involves the management of time, resources and scheduling for the horticulture team.
Her current projects and expertise include;
- Procurement of Centennial Parklands Rose Garden species,
- Redesign of Randwick Gate entry,
- Ornamental Gardens - soil amendments and remediation plan,
- Propagation of on-site vegetation - exotic and native,
- Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrubland Project,
- Integrated Pest Management,
- and the Ian Potter Children’s Wildplay Garden