Garnish Projects believe that empowering people with a disability to choose and achieve their goals so they can have a better life, is really important. We are proud to announce that we are an NDIS registered provider for home modifications, which means that we meet the strict quality and safety requirements set by the Government.

Over the years we have worked with childcare centres, aged care homes and a bounty of residential clients to enhance their properties to improve their ability to move around their space. We see how the adaptation of a space can help to increase the independence of someone with a disability.

At Garnish Projects we see it as our job to help you to deliver safe spaces for your clients. We’d like to ensure that you are aware of our abilities to help you to do this.

For both minor and major home modifications our services include,

  • Concept and design of functional spaces (both external and internal) to improve the usability of the area
  • Home modifications and renovations, including design and build of disability ramps and wider doorways
  • Installation of handrails, grab bars and all manner of disability supports as required
  • Ongoing maintenance of gardens, and grounds to ensure safety is observed
  • Ongoing internal maintenance to ensure safety and aesthetics are sustained
  • General small tasks can also be managed by our team – such as light bulbs, fixing locks on doors, leaky taps etc…


We are builders, but we concept, design, build and provide maintenance services. We are QBCC licenced and have a number of qualified and experienced tradesmen on staff.

We understand that for complex home modification assessments that a registered and qualified builder is required to be consulted. We would like to offer our services to you and your clients with providing experienced advice and thorough and competitive quotes (please note fees may apply).

We are available to come in and speak with you should you wish to enquire about using our services.









This project was for a gentleman in Palmwoods who needed access to his house after an accident left him confined to a wheelchair.