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Royal Park Wetland, Trim Warren Tam-boore

Royal Park Wetland, Trim Warren Tam-boore is central Melbourne’s largest inner city parks; its size, location and design make a significant contribution to Melbourne’s garden character, sporting heritage and its Victorian legacy. The the park has played in important role in ensuring indigenous flora and fauna habitat are retained in the city. Image by RWA.

Karrum Karrum Bridge

Rush Wright Associates worked with LXRP on the Karrum Karrum bridge. The Yarning Circle features designs inspired by the Traditional Owners, the Bunurong people and creates a space for locals to meet. The 12 metre tall Bridge Marker features a Bunjil or wedge-tailed eagle, and diamonds, the Bunurong Symbol of unity. Image by RWA.

Victorian Emergency Services Memorial

The new Victoria Emergency Services Memorial is crafted from the need to integrate memorialisation of the six Emergency Services organisations into the historically significant grounds of Treasury Gardens in Melbourne’s CBD, providing a central location for access by all Victorians. Image by RWA.

Carrum Station and Foreshore Park

In partnership with Cox Carrum Station and Foreshore Precinct has received the Joseph Reed Award in Urban Design and an award for Public Architecture at the 2021 AIA Victorian Awards. Here is a project by the beach, for the beach. Image by Peter Clarke.

Springvale Community Precinct

Springvale Community Precinct (Hub) will become the primary community hub of the Springvale Activity Centre – a vibrant and multicultural civic, retail and commercial hub in Melbourne’s South East. Image by John Gollings