2016 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Award for Tourism

Jetty to Jetty Trail by UDLA and Nyamba Buru Yawuru Tourism: Landscape Architecture Award Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

Jury comment

Set in the country of the Yawuru people of Broome, the Jetty to Jetty Trail is a simple yet skilful economic development initiative that integrates cultural heritage, planning and tourism, the development of which shows great leadership and ingenuity.

Traditional trail elements guide visitors through thirteen sites in a relaxed and exploratory manner, which is true to Broome’s character. The accompanying smartphone app and book add a further dimension of learning, thereby extending the project’s reach to a broader audience. This project adroitly links research, community engagement and storytelling within a consumable and highly engaging tourism package.

Credits

Consultants
Project collaborator Mayu Kanamori, Nyamba Buru Yawuru, Shire of Broome
Site details
Location Broome,  WA,  Australia
Site type Coastal
Category Landscape / urban design
Type Tourism, Visitor centres
Project Details
Status Built
Client
Client Nyamba Buru Yawuru

Source

Award

Published online: 27 Oct 2016
Words: National Landscape Architecture Awards Jury 2016
Images: Vanessa Margetts, UDLA

Issue

Landscape Architecture Australia, November 2016

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