Flinders Ranges National Park
Flinders Ranges National Park

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About

As part of a major upgrade of public facilities throughout this spectacular 95,000 ha park, TCL prepared development plans for 64 locations including lookouts, trail heads, camping grounds, entry sign, toilets (in collaboration with Flightpath Architects) historic homesteads and sites with significant flora and fauna.

TCL undertook all site measurements and design during extensive stays in the park. A detailed examination of local materials and landscape colours and textures informed the design of entry signs, self-registration shelters and toilets.

TCL collaborated extensively with the client throughout the project with a close working relationship with park staff being an important ingredient in the projects success.

Details
Client Name
Department for Environment Heritage and Aboriginal Affairs
Location
South Australia
Year
1995
Traditional Owners
Adnyamathanha people
Collaboration
Flightpath Architects
Photography
Kate Cullity
Awards
2000 AILA State Merit Award (SA) Masterplanning Category
2000 AILA National Project Award, Planning Category
Citation

"This project shows a strong sense of conservation planning. Through rigorous documentation and highly detailed site-specific analysis, it transfers design skills to people on the ground." — Jury citation.

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T.C.L acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people — the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We respect their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.