Environmental Commitment

Graham Marsh Golf Design is totally committed to Environmental Best Practices to ensure the long term sustainability of the golf development.

By undertaking a pro active approach, and working with other environmental consultants, we strive to value the environmental foundations in which the Golf Course is constructed and seek to enhance and protect nature and its ecological systems.

Environmental management in its most effective practice is a commitment by all associates involved in any Golf Development.

All golf courses designed by Graham Marsh Golf Design incorporate international best practice that seek to enhance the environmental impacts to the natural environment.

These practices include:

  • Establishment of an Environmental Management Plan
  • Water Management - harvesting and recycling
  • Water filtration and chemical extraction
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Revegetation of Fauna and Flora
  • Correct Grass selection
  • Soil Management - silt and runoff control
  • Growth management & weed control
  • Protection of Wildlife Habitat and Plant Species
  • Monitoring of Environmental effects
  • Education and Training

Latest News

Horton Park - Maroochy River Golf Club

Horton Park / Maroochy River Golf Club redevelopment is in the final stages of construction and grassing and is anticipated to be completed late in 2014. Click on 'read more' to view the Flyover of the Course.

Royal Pines Resort Golf Course Redevelopment

The Royal Pines Resort Championship Golf Course - Construction commenced February 2014

Ella Bay Resort Development

A $1.4 billion resort in far north Queensland has been approved by the State's coordinator general.

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