Water Feature using local boulders
The art of outdoor lighting.
Rock retaining wall
Using Te Miro sourced Basalt boulders averaging several tonne each to form retaining wall system.
This waterfall is based on a 12 tonne locally sourced feature rock.
Multifuntion Fireplace setting
Combination open fire with both gas and fire options for BBQ. Also shows woodfired Pizza oven.
Estate entrance feature
Using Waitaha feature stones and natural bricks.
Water feature setting
Made from selected Waitaha feature rocks and natural walling stone.
Back yard water feature
Incorporating Basalt feature rocks with schist edging.
An extremely versatile outdoor fireplace. Great for hours of entertainment and if you are a bit handy with the BBQ we can manufacture a plate to sit on top of the Merlin.
Maratoto Quartz feature rock
This 12 tonne boulder as seen in the Manukau botanical gardens.
Rural entrance feature
Using Maratoto riverstone and Australian Jarrah timber gates
Resort style swimming pool
Using Waitaha split schist paving and Kaimai sourced Rhyolite feature rocks.
Resort style swimming pool
Showing edging and rockwork in Waitaha schist
This Stainless Steel fireplace has been crafted by Malcolm Moore and is a versatile heirloom piece
Man made pond with habitable cave.
Basalt Farm sourced Feature rock
This high density rock makes a brilliant statement
Japanese style rock setting
Using Alpine Gneiss feature rocks with Waitaha superslab stepping stones.
Japanese public garden
Using Alpine Gneiss feature with Waitaha superslab bridge and stepping stones.
Waitaha Schist entrance feature
Waitaha guillotined Schist pillars featuring sunburst pattern gateway.
Natural style swimming pool
Using farm sourced Basalt feature rocks, hardwood sleepers and Waitaha schist borders.
Placing an 8 tonne Basalt boulder
Japanese garden water feature
Featuring polished water basin by Muzza Handley. This feature is part of a commercial resort setting.
Private entrance feature
Waitaha natural brick with sunburst pattern gateway.
Rock garden setting
Volcanic boulders sourced from nearby Mount Kakapuku.
Basalt feature rock
Approximately 6 Tonne boulder, farm sourced from near Raglan.
Showing alpine Gneiss and Granite feature rocks framed in Macrocarpa round window.
Pool side water feature
Using hand selected Waitaha feature rocks in conjunction with Basalt feature rocks.
Modern entrance feature
Floating hardwood walkway with Waitaha superslab stepping stones and farm sourced Basalt feature rocks.
“Our passion is in recreating and manipulating nature into human lifestyles.”
Wild Exposure is an iconic Waikato based landscape company that is renowned for adventurous landscape creations. Award winning and well respected landscape designer Gary Bjerring creates landmark gardens that are easily recognised as his unique style.
The timeless, enduring and functional installations are based on design elements that have been developed and refined for over 25 years. These elements are pieced together to fit individual lifestyles.