Celebrity landscaper announced as LNA Ambassador

LNA Landscape Association

By Alice Richard
Wednesday, 03 February, 2016

Celebrity landscaper Charlie Albone has joined the LNA Master Landscapers Association as an official LNA Ambassador.

Best known for his role in the hit series Selling Houses Australia on Foxtel’s The Lifestyle Channel, Albone cut his teeth maintaining the grounds of a British country manor before coming to Australia on a working holiday and launching his own landscaping company, Inspired Exteriors. He obtained his Landscaping Sculptural Licence in 2015.

“I am passionate about all aspects of the landscape industry and, as a designer and contractor, I understand the importance of quality craftsmanship for the immediate and long-term benefits in any landscape project, no matter how big or small,” said Albone.

“Hopefully my association with the LNA will bring some light to the importance of using good quality tradespeople.”

A former winner of a Silver-Gilt Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show, Albone will enter the 2016 show as the LNA Ambassador with LNA member Mick Conway of Conway Landscaping & Design leading the construction design of the entry. Albone’s creation of the winning entry was documented in a two-part television series, Charlie’s Chelsea Garden.

“It is a fantastic achievement to have a landscaper of such calibre become an LNA Ambassador. It is such an exciting time to be an LNA member as this will generate huge amounts of publicity for the LNA and its members,” said LNA CEO Joanne Aquilina.

For more information about the LNA, visit www.landscapenswact.com.au.

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