Yamba Museum Landscape Concept – Yaegl Inspired Garden
This project sought to bring together the vision of the Yamba Museum to create a greater connection between the facility and the Traditional Owners of the area – the Yaegl People.
Having received grant funding for the project (alongside building improvements), Clarence Valley Council sought assistance for the design of the Yaegl inspired garden, combining the practical needs of the Museum, the engagement of local Indigenous artists and their concepts, and effective landscape outcomes.
Working with our Associate – Landscape Architect, Stuart Drury, we established the project requirements, undertook consultation meetings and co-ordinated the design process.
The process has since progressed to implementation, creating a platform to improve the amenity of the facility, create functional outdoor spaces and highlight the local artist’s works.
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