Client: National Parks & Wildlife Service, Tweed Byron Area – December 2021
The Most Eastern Point concept design was prepared in 2014 by Fisher Design and Architecture with Mackenzie Pronk Architects.
Designed to be functional and robust, the landmark public space concept design celebrates the natural and cultural significance of the site, simply and elegantly conveying geographic, natural and Indigenous stories, and creating a unique sense of place.
Design development of the concept approved by the Cape Byron Trust has been undertaken in conjunction with the Cape Byron Track design by Stephen Gorrell Architect, and the Cape Byron Interpretive Plan, and incorporates a materials and detail palette established by the consultant team and NPWS. A subtle overlay of interpretive elements has been designed to integrate with the new viewing platform, reflecting both Arakwal cultural significance as well as European geographical information.
Concept by Fisher Design + Architecture with Mackenzie Pronk Architects. Design development with Stephen Gorrell Architect