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About On Common Ground Landscapes


"With a little patience and creativity, gardens can be created anywhere".


On Common ground Landscapes rejuvenates life back into its clients homes and surroundings. Started in 2012 by owner Gavin Muir, he has transformed spaces into garden gems by using a wide variety of trade skills, design and research. 


On Common Ground Landscapes creates soft and structural landscapes, from the bare earth or simply re-imagining your existing garden. Your outdoor spaces, whether big or small, are yours to enjoy and share. 


Your gardens can tranform an area which reflects you and the environment around you; whether it be on the coast, in the country, a balcony or rooftop in the big smoke. 


Whatever the area, it can be tailored to the indvidual or enhance a community. 




"I was absolutely delighted with Gavin's work. He has transformed my drear and dated yard to a bright and pleasant space to enjoy the outdoors. Gavin's workmanship was exemplary and his flexible approach enabled me to employ a friend as a labourer to support Gavin's work plan. 

I would not hesitate in recommending Gavin Muir as he displayed a strong work ethic, superb workmanship  and pleasant manner. I am very pleased that I followed my intuition and quickly engaged his services rather than gathering more quotes. He didn't disappoint!"

Candie Tancred

"I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.Gavin Muir from On Common Ground Landscapes recently completed the recreation of our inner city courtyard and exceeded all our expectations. At our first meeting Gavin quickly interpreted our needs for the space to provide a relaxing and tranquil oasis on a daily basis, to be low maintenance and to be able to entertain friends and family. A big ask in a typical inner city courtyard which is approximately 60 square metres in size!  Gavin took our ideas and meshed them with his own to create a space that suits us perfectly."

Sue Kerridge - Balmain East

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