Steve and Penny have operated a successful local business for the past 22 years.  Trained at Burnley Horticultural College and with a wealth of local knowledge and experience, they take pride in their landscape designs, and build projects large and small.




Our mission is to work with you to provide a unique design to suit your requirements.  Cammscapes deliver quality, value for money and sustainable landscapes.  We find innovative and cost effective means to deliver your project on budget and on time.


We believe that communication is important for a successful outcome and meet with you regularly to discuss progress.  We work with you from initial site consultation through to the completed project. We are flexible, enabling you to stage your project to suit your budget.


We bring together plants, soils and structures to create your dream landscape.  We select appropriate and sympathetic plantings, considering the local environment, to ensure a manageable and sustainable landscape for all seasons.


Your beautifully landscaped garden adds value and appeal to your property while enhancing your life style. Enjoy watching it grow!!

Steve Camm

Born & raised locally, Steve  completed his secondary education at Bairnsdale Tech. He worked in various fields before he found his true vocation at Burnley Horticultural College. On completion, Steve joined Melbourne City Council, where he maintained the Floral Clock, ( including designing & planting the annual displays).
Country life was calling, so Steve (& Penny) moved to Shoreham to develop & maintain a large country property. Also during this period he completed numerous other design projects.
Family ties & a more relaxed life style brought Steve (Penny, & Lachy) back to East Gippsland. Steve became the head gardener at The East Gippsland Centre where he developed award winning gardens, much enjoyed by patients & staff alike.
Steve's next challenge was to start Cammscapes, which continues to grow & improve........


Penny Camm

Penny spent her childhood in Melbourne, but has always been drawn to a country life & the beauty of nature. This led her to Burnely Horticultural College where she thrived learning a broad spectrum of knowledge on all aspects of horticulture, in particular, plant identification & design.

Penny traveled overseas where she gained a wealth of life experiences. Another high light of this sojourn was visiting many extraordinary gardens & National Parks. 

Penny has worked in amenity horticulture, agriculture, nurseries both retail & wholesale including running a perennial nursery at Bruthen while their children were small. She has a strong love of plants & this comes through in her designs. 

Bush walking is Penny's passion, & it is in this environment where she gains inspiration for much of her design work, especially for working with our local granite rocks.

Cammscape's designs are primarily Penny's responsibility.  Steve's input ensures the practicality and functionality. 



About The Team!



Andrew at work building a fantastic stone wall!

Andrew at work building a fantastic stone wall!

Andrew has completed his apprenticeship with us and is a highly valued member of our team. He is very approachable and will help you with anything that he can. He is trustworthy, diligent and is particularly good with crazy paving!





Chris has completed his apprenticeship and is now fully qualified. Chris is an exceptional machine operator and has inherited a practical approach to all challenges from Steve. He takes great pride and care in everything he does and we are very proud to have our son on the team! 


Chris taking a quick break with the site supervisors; Zephyr and Tonka!




Shannon with niece Harriet on the job!

Shannon with niece Harriet on the job!


Shannon started with us in 2016 and constantly demonstrates an enthusiatic approach to all her work. She is a friendly and outgoing member of our team with a sound agricultural background. Shannon has a special connection with the Australian bush and strives to learn as much about its habits, history and plant identification as possible.