PORT NOARLUNGA

Client: City of Onkaparinga

Collaboration: Shannon Architects, John Nowland Design, Leonie and Jason Brodie

Location: Port Noarlunga, South Australia

Size: 150,000m2

Photography: Ben Wrigley

AWARDS:

2013 - AILA South Australia, Award of Merit in Design

2013 - Planning Institute Australia National Awards for Planning Excellence - Commendation

2012 - Planning Institute Australia SA Awards for Planning Excellence - ‘From Plan to Place’ category

2012 - Australian Civic Trust People’s Choice Award – Urban Category

2012 - Australian Civic Trust Jury’s Award of Merit – Urban Category

2012 - IPWEA SA Excellence Awards – Highly Commended

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Project Title: Port Noarlunga

Port Noarlunga is one of the most loved seaside destinations in metropolitan Adelaide, and TCL’s design for the site sought to reconnect the coastal setting to the town and to reinvigorate the experience of being ‘at the beach’.

The scope included the upgrade of the tired 30 year old Witton Centre and associated car-park to include improved facilities for the Port Noarlunga Surf Life Saving Club, the creation of a generous foreshore square, shelters, lookouts and pedestrian resting and seating spaces, improved beach access, the continuation of the multi-use coastal trail, and the creation of a visible and functional link between the foreshore and township and the opportunity for interpretive art and graphic installations in relation to the European history of the Port and the ongoing Kaurna heritage.

The redevelopment encompassed the fields of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, architecture, traffic, pedestrian and cycle movement, economic feasibility and planning and aboriginal expression.

PORT NOARLUNGA

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Project Title: Port Noarlunga

Port Noarlunga is one of the most loved seaside destinations in metropolitan Adelaide, and TCL’s design for the site sought to reconnect the coastal setting to the town and to reinvigorate the experience of being ‘at the beach’.

The scope included the upgrade of the tired 30 year old Witton Centre and associated car-park to include improved facilities for the Port Noarlunga Surf Life Saving Club, the creation of a generous foreshore square, shelters, lookouts and pedestrian resting and seating spaces, improved beach access, the continuation of the multi-use coastal trail, and the creation of a visible and functional link between the foreshore and township and the opportunity for interpretive art and graphic installations in relation to the European history of the Port and the ongoing Kaurna heritage.

The redevelopment encompassed the fields of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, architecture, traffic, pedestrian and cycle movement, economic feasibility and planning and aboriginal expression.

Client: City of Onkaparinga

Collaboration: Shannon Architects, John Nowland Design, Leonie and Jason Brodie

Location: Port Noarlunga, South Australia

Size: 150,000m2

Photography: Ben Wrigley

AWARDS:

2013 - AILA South Australia, Award of Merit in Design

2013 - Planning Institute Australia National Awards for Planning Excellence - Commendation

2012 - Planning Institute Australia SA Awards for Planning Excellence - ‘From Plan to Place’ category

2012 - Australian Civic Trust People’s Choice Award – Urban Category

2012 - Australian Civic Trust Jury’s Award of Merit – Urban Category

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2012 - IPWEA SA Excellence Awards – Highly Commended