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Yurrah is a dedicated group of individuals providing expert advice on ecological values and landscape design solutions for a range of sites. Our approach involves listening, clearly establishing what is required, understanding what is possible, visualising and communicating what is probable and ensuring your chosen solution can be and is put into effect.

WHAT’S IN A NAME?: Yurrah is an aboriginal place name meaning ‘plenty of trees’. This name reflects our company philosophy and our belief that the natural environment plays a critical role in defining the character of places.

CAPABILITY: It is our ability to fit into the network of professionals and provide consistent value that gives us the confidence to explore the gamut of design solutions. We provide the full range of expert advice on ecological values and landscape design including professional unbiased comprehensive reporting.

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biodiversity survey

vegetation mapping

visual assessment

constraints mapping

 

recreation and open space planning

concept development & masterplanning advice

expert witness

 

landscape architecture

urban design

environment management

 

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Phil Rowles

Lucy Healing

 

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Phil Rowles B.Econ, GDLA, RLA, MEIANZ, MDIA

Phil is a Director at Yurrah, he has been here since 1999 and has been in the industry since 1995. His expertise is in open space design and in coordinating landscape and ecological works with other consultants. He has a particular interest in projects requiring extensive environmental management and rehabilitation such as ‘Windarra' at Bunya, ‘Tilleydale' at Wakerley, Metroplex at Westgate Wacol and challenging opportunities such as relocation of salt meadow at Murrumba Downs as well as in shaping open, or not so open, spaces. We think Phil is overcompensating for his years washing gravel in the Klondike.

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Lucy Healing BBE (Land Arch), GDNRM

Lucy is the Ecologist at Yurrah has been here since 2008. Her previous work was in Private Land Conservation, Threatened Species Recovery Programs, Bush Restoration and Protection for local and state governments. At Yurrah Lucy has enjoyed working on Sippy Creek Rehabilitation Program which involves monitoring and assessment of revegetation on a large tract of land in accordance with the Sippy Creek Rehabilitation Code. Other projects worked on outside of Yurrah include the Eyre Peninsula Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo Recovery Program, (Private Land Conservation) working with landholders to protect and restore habitat for this sub-species of the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo.

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Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) QLD

Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)

Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ)

Queensland Environmental Law Association (QELA)

 

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