Tag: National Parks
In the south-east of Tasmania a new forty-six-kilometre hiking trail charts spectacular sea cliffs and dramatic gullies. The trail is one of the largest nature tourism projects in Australian history and its design will no doubt inform others in development.
Unveiled last week at the Parade Ground in Point Nepean National Park, the Point Nepean Final Masterplan, prepared by TCL for Parks Victoria, proposes a shared cultural landscape for the future of the site.
Traversing some of Australia’s wildest terrain, this ancient 360-plus-kilometre Aboriginal trail celebrates the culture of walking, connectedness to country and connectedness to soul.
A bold yet highly site-specific gesture rarely seen in Australian national parks and conservation areas.
Adam Nitschke, landscape architect at Parks Victoria, speaks with Landscape Architecture Australia.