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2010 AILA Victoria awards

The 2010 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Victoria Awards were announced on 5 November 2010.

Victoria Landscape Architecture Award of Excellence for Research and Communication: RMIT University – Design Research Institute and Queensland University of Technology – School of Design for Sunburnt: Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture.

Franklin Wharf by Oculus.

Franklin Wharf by Oculus.

Awards for Design in Landscape Architecture: Oculus for Franklin Wharf Improvements – Stage 01, Hobart; Tract Consultants for Eastlink; City of Melbourne for Fawkner Park Toddler Play Space; Tract Consultants for St Kilda Foreshore Connections Project.

Awards for Design (Playgrounds) in Landscape Architecture: Mary Jeavons Landscape Architects for Ardeer Community Park and Playground, Ardeer.

Fawkner Park toddler play space by City of Melbourne.

Fawkner Park toddler play space by City of Melbourne.

Awards for Design (Urban Design) in Landscape Architecture: Outlines Landscape Architecture for Broadmeadows Main Street Extension, Broadmeadows.

Eastlink by Tract Consultants.

Eastlink by Tract Consultants.

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“The AILA” – A National Award for Sustainable Settlement, Green Infrastructure and Landscape Principles: Melbourne City Council for Royal Park, Parkville; and Melbourne Water.

The AILA Victorian President’s Awards – President’s Award for Contributions to Melbourne’s Public Realm: Ron Jones, FAILA.

Award for Land Management in Landscape Architecture: Fitzgerald Frisby Landscape Architecture for Lollipop Creek, Wyndham Vale.

Awards for Planning in Landscape Architecture: Hassell for Meadowlink Document, Broadmeadows; City of Greater Bendigo for Bendigo Botanic Gardens Master Plan, Bendigo; Site Office for Box Hill Gardens Master Plan, Box Hill.

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Published online: 2 Feb 2011

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Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2011

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