Open Space Services - Citywide

Open Space

From tree-lined boulevards to riverside gardens and sports grounds; the green spaces of Australian towns and cities are central to the social connectivity, health and lifestyle of all community members.

Citywide Open Space delivers integrated horticultural and arboreal (tree) services, backed with sophisticated asset management systems, to government, commercial and private customers in many of Australia’s landmark locations.

Our services include:

  • Parks and garden maintenance
  • Bushland regeneration
  • Tree maintenance and removal
  • Landscaping
  • Weed control
  • Turf maintenance

Experts in our field, we apply knowledge, specialised equipment, and the latest technology for asset maintenance and management while ensuring safety and risk are managed, and insurance premiums are minimised.

We have a proud history of meeting open space challenges such as drought, floods and fire with solutions that protect and nurture valuable natural assets.

Ask us about vibrant, resilient open spaces.

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Open Space News

  • 22.07.2015

    Premier treatment ahead for 35+ sites in City of Casey

    Earlier this year, Citywide secured a five-year contract with the City of Casey for the maintenance of premier parks and prominent building surrounds.

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  • 22.04.2015

    Technigro and Citywide: Making Australia Cleaner, Greener & Safer

    FOR more than 27 years, Technigro has been providing South-East Queensland with highly effective, environmentally sustainable and award-winning vegetation management solutions.

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  • 27.01.2015

    Action in the Capital

    Citywide recently submitted a proposal to the ACT Government to provide dryland grass mowing services across the territory. Citywide bid for all three tendered regions, and to its credit, Citywide was successful in all three regions, re-affirming that Citywide offers a high quality and value-based service.

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