Spear Lily Park


Sekisui House


Residential, Open Space, Public Space, Cultural & Heritage





Landscape Architect:

Saunders Havill Group

Spear Lily Park is situated in Ecco Ripley – a Five Star Green-Star rated Sekisui House development in Ipswich. The new park was named after a native plant and food source for Indigenous Australians found throughout the area.

Glascott Landscape and Civil Queensland delivered all elements of the park including Indigenous features that recognise the site’s history; the hand carved sandstone seating, way-finding totem poles & bush tucker trail. Other features include garden beds and a custom lookout shelter with an in-situ stainless steel compass.

The park opening combined Sekisui House Australia’s 10th Anniversary. Glascott provided trees for 10 families to ‘put down roots’ in a tree-planting ceremony.

Our sister business Marsupial Landscape Management provided warranty maintenance to establish & shape the site for towards the desired long term vision.

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