General Landscaping

ArrangementRegistered Supplier
Organisation Name Community Environment Network
Primary Purchase MethodContact Infrastructure and Facilities Services directly
Contact Name Robert Suesse
Creditor CodeCOMMEN-00
Capability Statement The Community Environment Network (CEN) is as an overarching body to support individuals and groups across the Central Coast who are working for the environment. We are an independent community group that works for Ecologically Sustainable Development and against threats to it. CEN is involved in a number of different projects across the Central Coast and Newcastle aimed at improving the environment. Bush Regeneration is one of our main components for restoring natural habitats. CEN has been conducting professional Bush Regeneration Services for over 8 years. CEN's Bush Regeneration team has extensive experience in rehabilitating ecosystems including wet and dry sclerophyll forests, rainforest, wetlands, coastal dunes and heathlands.
Phone 02 43 49 4756
Email Address
Supplier Registration Pack Communtiry Environment Network SRP (453KB)
Arrangement Contracted Supplier
Organisation Name Matthews Sports fields Maintenance
Primary Purchase Method Contact Infrastructure and Facilities Services directly
Contact Name Grant Matthews
Creditor Code MATTHEW-04
Capability Statement

Matthews Sports fields Maintenance specialises in maintaining sports grounds with high usage. Matthews Sports fields Maintenance oversee many of the Hunter's top sports fields, including the training grounds of the Newcastle Jets (Ray Watt Oval), the Newcastle Knights (Uni Oval No.3) and Broadmeadow Magic's home ground (Wanderers Oval). Matthews Sports fields Maintenance works with management to deliver a rotation plan suited to the specific training requirements of each club.

Phone 0412 764 888
Fax 02 4920 1215
Email Address
Supplier Registration Pack

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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.