Water Features Docklands
With over 10 years of professional experience, Dean Durrant Design is your water feature specialist in the Docklands area. Each water feature we create is custom designed and made to suit the individual client, and we are pleased to be able to offer our clients in Docklands the complete package of design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of water features.
Our water features, which are made from solid granite, are sure to complement any home or business premise, as they aren’t pre-fabricated and imported in set sizes. Natural stone is not only a perfect match for water in creating stunning water features, but also a long-lasting and enduring material that will maintain its beauty for many years to come. In addition to being a fantastic medium for water, solid granite is raw, natural, looks great, easily cleaned and never fades or cracks, unlike water features that are made from cast concrete or fibreglass.
As specialists in water features, water walls are among the most popular installations that we create for homes and businesses in Docklands. Many of the water walls that we create are freestanding and made from 35mm solid panels that can be mixed and matched according to specific requirements. For our clients’ convenience, we also provide free onsite quotes and drawings to help give a better picture as to what can be achieved. Because the stone we use is sourced both locally and overseas, and can be cut and shaped to suit, we are able to fully customise each and every water wall in terms of colour, texture and size.
Click to browse current designs and pricings of water features that are for sale. Prices include water feature, trough, pump, lighting, pebbles, delivery and installation in Docklands, Melbourne and within Victoria (for interstate orders, please contact for pricing).
Case study: Balcony water feature in Docklands
Install a water feature on a small balcony that can be easily seen from the lounge/kitchen, and that has an audible water sound that distracts from the city noise.
Solution and design:
A black water wall featuring two textures. The black water wall highlights the flow of the water, with the centre panel having a tight ripple, thus allowing the feature to have the best possible visual and sound. The two outer more rustic panels give the feature a natural appeal and texture.