Awards

  • Good Design Awards – Urban Design and Public Spaces – 2016 – Finalist for SWRL, Glenfield to Leppington-Integrated Art & Heritage Strategy
  • AILA NSW Award for Design in Landscape Architecture 2015 – SWRL, Glenfield to Leppington-Integrated Art & Heritage Strategy
  • AILA NSW Award for Urban Design in Landscape Architecture – 2015 – Nepean River Green Bridge, Penrith-Concept Design Vision
  • AILA NSW Excellence Award for Urban Design in Landscape Architecture – 2012-Riverside Wagga Wagga Strategic Master Plan
  • UDIA Urban Design Shortlist – NSW, 2011 Riverside Wagga Wagga Strategic Master Plan
  • Judy van Gelderen- Alumni 30 Years of talent Exhibition – [October 2007] selected as one of seven landscape Architects from the University of Canberra course “ who have gone on to become leaders in their chosen design fields, over the past 30 years.” The graduates selected to exhibit have gained international recognition for their design talent.” (www.canberra.edu.au)
  •  AILA NSW Merit Award for Planning in Landscape Architecture – 2004-Windsor Flood Evacuation Route Urban & Landscape Design Report
  • AILA NSW Award -Commendation for Planning in Landscape Architecture – 2004- Jiefang & Hubin Tunnels – Hangzhou, China
  • Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Inaugural National Awards – 2004 – Merit Award for Environment for Eastcom City, China
  • Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Inaugural Awards for NSW and ACT – 1997 – Project Design Award for Excellence in Landscape Architecture for the Montessori School and Yarralumla Preschool
  • Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Inaugural Awards for NSW and ACT – 1997 – Merit Award for Excellence in Landscape Architecture (Planning Category) for the ACT Streetscape Assessment Model
  • Judy van Gelderen- Winner of Business Professional Women’s ACT Small Business Woman of the Year 1995
  • 1994 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National Project Award of Merit –  in the Environment Category for ‘Natural Drainage Initiatives’