Early works have begun for a $20 million visitor centre designed by Terroir for Victoria’s heritage Puffing Billy Railway.
A contentious tourist development planned for the Walls of Jerusalem National Park has been given an effective green light.
On the east coast of Tasmania, Liminal Architecture has designed a series of sensitive and masterfully crafted accommodation pods that amplify the experience of the distinctive landscape of Freycinet National Park.
Parks Victoria will host a number of community consultation sessions in May on improvements to tourist infrastructure and conservation works at one of Victoria’s most-visited sites.
Denton Corker Marshall has been appointed to design two new lookouts and a pedestrian bridge along Victoria’s Shipwreck Coast.
The Queensland government has approved a $158 million “mega-cruise ship terminal” for Brisbane, with a design team comprising Arup and Arkhefield.
Early works have commenced on the implementation of a masterplan by McGregor Coxall that aims to improve and conserve the Victoria’s Shipwreck Coast.
A major overhaul of a visitor centre at the Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania will be “calm and restrained.”
Plans to replace visitor facilities on Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain with buildings up to nine metres high have been approved by the local council.
The Dolphin Discovery Centre in Bunbury, Western Australia, will undergo a $12.3-million redevelopment, designed by MCG Architects.
The Victorian government has appointed Terroir the principal architect for a new $58.2-million visitor centre at Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade.