Free help­ing hand

Whitsunday Times - - NEWS -

RE­SORT land­scape mas­ter plan­ners, the Land­mark Group, have been in­volved in projects in the Whit­sun­days for decades and now they’re back to of­fer a hand.

The Land­mark Group direc­tor Don Monger said he wanted to help with cy­clone re­lated land­scape dam­age, free of charge.

“I worked with Keith Wil­liams for many years on Hamil­ton Is­land on the de­sign and con­struc­tion of the main pool, condo swim­ming pool and sur­rounds,” he said.

“We spe­cialise in re­sort projects. Ev­ery­thing out­side the re­sort plat­form. It could be earth­works, civil works soft land­scap­ing hard, paving, walling water fea­tures, swim­ming and beach pools, any­thing, we can up­grade the land­scape to where it is.

“I would like to vol­un­teer Land­mark ser­vices at no charge. I’m of­fer­ing my time and ex­pe­ri­ence at no cost.”

Mr Monger said they could help with any­thing from land­scape ar­chi­tec­ture de­sign to con­struc­tion and swim­ming pools.

“I want to help be­cause I’ve made a lot of money out of the Whit­sun­days and I love the work and I’d like to help (in the post cy­clone re­cov­ery),” he said.

“I’d be happy to give back.”

Ar­riv­ing in the next week, Mr Monger said he would sur­vey the dam­age and would like any­one need­ing re­sort land­scap­ing work to con­tact him.

Those in­ter­ested in tak­ing him up on his of­fer can visit re­sort­land­


PIC­TURE PEFFECT: The Land­mark Group’s work at Lau­cala Is­land Re­sort in Fiji.

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