As a registered NDIS provider, Lush Landshaping can help you as an NDIS participant with your home maintenance needs. NDIS, short for National Disability Insurance Scheme, funds eligible participants to assist them with their lives, including the day-to-day tasks they are finding difficult as a result of their disability. Being NDIS approved means that our company has undergone a rigorous registration process and we have proven the quality of our work, as well as internal policies and procedures to be able to provide this service to all people registered with NDIS.

At Lush Landshaping, we go out of our way to help participants achieve their home maintenance goals. While the NDIS will only fund reasonable and necessary work, we encourage all participants to speak with their Support Coordinators or LACs to see how their plan can be used while adhering to the NDIS Commission requirements.

At Lush Landshaping, we work with you to provide an individualised garden maintenance plan, tailored to suit your requirements. We understand that garden care is very important when it comes to people with a disability, there are access requirements and things that simply cannot otherwise be done, as well as the mental health aspect of having a well kept external environment to your home are of the utmost importance. Some of the things we provide include mowing, mulching, pruning, application of wetting agents, fertilising, major and minor cleanups, as well as landscaping work if required (please speak to your support coordinator or LAC).

We are more than happy to discuss how we can best suit your needs. Please feel free to give us a call on 0410 632 439, send us an email through this website or to to get started and experience the Lush Landshaping difference (or to provide feedback/make a complaint fill out the form below or just let our friendly team know and we can assist you).

We look forward to welcoming you into our family!

More information about the NDIS can be found here:


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