Myles Baldwin

Curator, Australian Garden Show Sydney
Myles is an award winning landscape designer, gardener, writer and Director of Myles Baldwin Design. With an Associate Diploma in Landscape Design from Ryde Horticultural College and trained in horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, Myles developed a knowledge of a diverse range of plant material and a passion for period garden design. In 2001, Myles took on the role as Head Gardener at Bronte House with then resident Leo Schofield.

Myles is now the Director of Myles Baldwin Design, a landscape architecture and design studio, which designs bespoke landscapes and gardens for period and contemporary architecture. He is responsible for creating some of Australia’s most significant private gardens including the gardens at Rona, Bellevue Hill; Boomerang, Elizabeth Bay; Yarras, Bathhurst; the Lake House, Launceston; and Waimea, Hobart.

Myles is also an established writer, author and presenter. He has appeared on Channel 9, written for the Sydney Morning Herald, and released his first book ‘Period Gardens: Landscapes for Houses with History’ in 2008. This was followed by the release of his book ‘Rural Australian Gardens’ in 2010, and his third book is set for release in late 2013.