Dock4 Architects has successfully configured this school sports pavilion in suburban Hobart to accommodate a broader community.
Occupying a former landfill site, the Sydney Park Water Re-use Project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership is an impressive fusion of design, science, art and ecology.
Bruce Mackenzie examines the design thinking, vegetation, soil science and collaboration that created Barangaroo Reserve.
A colourful new civic square in Dandenong offers a welcoming and intimate space to its diverse community.
The Mount Penang Gardens are considered an enduring and radical contribution to public garden design in Australia.
Plan E has delivered a play area in Perth’s Kings Park with the specific aim of reconnecting children with nature.
Sue Barnsley Design and Neeson Murcutt Architects’ upgrade of Sydney’s Prince Alfred Park + Pool.
A sport and recreation space by Aspect Studios doubles as a backyard for local residents.
A six-hundred-hectare flagship development in Melbourne’s north by Place Victoria, seven years on.
A new residential development on the site of a former airfield base in south-west Melbourne.
In South East Queensland, two master-planned communities are spearheading regional growth.
A sustainable residential development with landscape architecture by Clouston Associates.
Tract Consultants used landscape as the starting point for this new residential subdivision.
History, geology and industry combine in a waterfront project that’s a hybrid of street and park.
An ambitious scheme that transformed a fire-ravaged site into a project for the research and display of trees.
Sinatra Murphy’s tribute in country Victoria becomes a powerful medium for the sharing of stories.
A grand dream realized by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.
Fifteen years ago it was one of Sydney’s most contaminated and degraded sites but today it is used and loved by the community.
With a number of landscape architecture firms behind its design, Western Australia’s Ellenbrook Estate is worth reflecting on.