BIRUBI POINT UPDATE
Construction work at Birubi Point Aboriginal Place is moving along nicely and planned for opening in a few months’ time. Hopefully by then, due to our collective efforts of social distancing, Australia will be in the clear and we can get back to enjoying our beautiful coastal open space with friends and family.
With a modified risk assessment, our project team went out on site yesterday to keep up with the development and assist the construction team with a few questions.
We thank everyone involved for their continued commitment to this exciting new public space.
We have been engaged by Port Stephens Council to prepare the detailed design and construction documentation of the Birubi Point Aboriginal Place Masterplan.
Our design carefully considers the importance of preserving and enriching the spiritual and cultural heritage of the Worimi people and we are excited to be involved in creating this exciting new public space.
We are excited to be involved with Port Stephens Koalas, designing an interpretive landscape walk at the Koala Sanctuary. The project seeks to educate visitors about the hazards koalas face in the wild and provide suitable habitats for the future.