Centennial Parklands & Sydney Royal Botanic Garden

WGS is proud to care for Centennial Parklands and the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Our qualified, professional team of arborists, greenkeepers, horticulturalists and gardeners work to ensure these beautiful public parks and gardens can be enjoyed by local residents and visitors all year round.

Centennial Parklands

With 189 hectares of open space, trees and gardens, Centennial Parklands is one of the largest and most popular public green spaces in Australia. At WGS we’re proud to support the Centennial Parklands team, with a full time horticulturist assisting with detailed garden maintenance as well as providing qualified arborists for specific support and projects.

Our work has included the installation of advanced 2,000 ltr entry statement tree specimens and 150 individual 400 ltr advanced trees throughout the parklands. We assess existing trees and provide dead-wooding, tree management & pruning to ensure the longevity of key tree specimens. Our Waratah team work to the highest safety requirements to remove hazardous or failing trees including stump grinding to remove safety hazards. We also plant & care for new shrubs and replacement trees, including a 6-month establishment service to ensure the beautiful tree canopy is maintained for future generations.

Sydney Royal Botanic Garden

Located on the edge of the city, this iconic public space showcases over 30 hectares of gardens. WGS works closely with the Royal Botanic Garden, providing support and expertise through Arboriculture Services and Landscape Maintenance. Our 4 full time staff members treat this beautiful public space as if it were our own, caring for trees, providing safe tree removals, planting new trees which have been carefully selected for their location and role in the park, and for the enjoyment of city workers and the thousands of people who visit the garden each week.

Royal Botanic Garden Mt Tomah

WGS works to support the team at Mt Tomah to maintain their public parks and gardens for local visitors and guests throughout the year. In addition to maintenance, we’ve replaced bushfire damaged retaining walls following the fires throughout the Summer of 2019/20 and created fire trail clearance to provide safety and help protect this unique garden going into the peak Summer season.