VIC/TAS Awards Submissions

Welcome, to the VIC/TAS Awards Submissions! Here you can review this years PLA Awards of Excellence Submissions. If you have any enquiries about the awards, please feel free to reach out to the National Office team.

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Devonport Waterfront Park (Haines Park)

Park of the Year Award

VIC/TAS

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Submitting Organisation:

ASPECT Studios

Overview:

The Waterfront Park in Devonport is the centrepiece of the second stage of Devonport’s LIVING CITY Masterplan, the largest urban renewal project undertaken in regional Tasmania. The new Park improves the connection between central Devonport and the Mersey River and provides activity and event spaces for the community in the forms of a nature-based playspace, a sculpture park, an amphitheatre, an events lawn, and a waterfront promenade.


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Wesburn Pump Track

Park of the Year Award

VIC/TAS

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Submitting Organisation:

Yarra Ranges Shire Council

Overview:

Wesburn Pump Track provides a venue for a wide range of wheel-based activities, including biking, scootering, and skateboarding. Features a 440m sealed competition-grade pump track, with two separate areas. the Wesburn Pump Track project has made a significant contribution to the community by encouraging increased participation in recreational activities, stimulating economic activity, and promoting the region as a destination for outdoor recreation.


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Merricks Station Ground Reserve Activation

Park of the Year Award

VIC/TAS

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Submitting Organisation:

Mornington Peninsula Shire

Overview:

Enhancement and activation of the only open space available to residents and visitors of Merricks township. The project developed the facilities and spaces that support the ongoing use of the reserve as an equestrian venue, whilst also adding amenity and access for public and community use.


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Elder Street South Reserve

Park of the Year Award

VIC/TAS

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Submitting Organisation:

Kingston City Council

Overview:

Elder Street South Reserve forms a section in the long-planned joint State Government/Council project to turn historic landfill areas into a series of linked parks known as the ‘Chain of Parks’. It is a 4-hectare former landfill site in Clarinda, which has been rehabilitated and developed into a park showcasing high quality community facilities and environmental management.


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