Barrack Square Redevelopment
- Western Australian Government
- Perth, Western Australia
- Urban Regeneration and Transit Oriented Development
RAIA Civic Design Award - 2002
British Airways 10 Best in the World Millennium Projects - 2000
Barrack Square is one of Perth’s premier destinations and was redeveloped in 2002 to inject life and vibrancy back into this popular area. Linking the city to the Swan River, Barrack Square offers a dramatic setting for the display of the historic bells of St Martin-in-the-fields housed in the Swan Bell Tower.
Accompanying the iconic bell tower are new boardwalks, two jetty pavilions, a new jetty with improvements, an extension to existing jetties, landscaping, water features and indigenous artwork. Barrack Square became was recognised as an outstanding example of urban design and was awarded the RAIA Civic Design Award in 2002.