promote your business through our online directory, magazine, events and awards
meet with other landscape designers, suppliers, contractors and potential customers at seminars and local get-togethers
AILDM opens the door to new business
Many councils see membership of AILDM as a quality credential, making you eligible to submit landscape plans with Development Applications. It also reassures private home owners and commercial property owners that you will provide a quality service.
AILDM promotes the importance of our profession
We actively promote the benefits of using professional landscape designers through our involvement in magazine editorials, garden judging and garden show activities. The AILDM National Landscape Design competition showcases our members' work and is an excellent opportunity for media recognition.
Am I eligible to join AILDM?
If you have a professional qualification in landscape design and management, or extensive experience in landscape design, or you are studying for a qualification in landscape design, you can apply to join AILDM. Our members have a Diploma of Horticulture (inclusive of design units) or a Diploma of Landscape Design or equivalent. All applicants for full membership are required to submit landscape plans prepared by them to support their application.
If you have not completed a formal qualification but have extensive experience in landscape design you can still apply. Your application will be assessed on the basis of experience and the landscape plans you provide.
There are several other categories of membership which provide opportunities for others involved in our industry to hold membership of AILDM
When you join, you must agree to a Code of the Ethics. This ensures the integrity, conduct and service we all provide is of the highest standard.
If you are considering applying for full membership we recommend you read the criteria used to assess applications.