Springfield, situated in the booming western corridor of South-East Queensland, will eventually house over 80,000 residents. At the heart of the city is Springfield Central Parklands. This spectacular parkland development features bike and walking trails, open air amphitheatre, picnic and BBQ nodes, cascading water features and water play areas, boardwalks, observatory structures, children’s play areas and pedestrian bridges.
The parklands magnificent towering Ghost Gums have been preserved to create natural shade areas and a green, healthy environment for city residents and park visitors to enjoy for generations to come.
Glynn Tucker provided personalised consultancy services to all stakeholders and integrated teamwork with architects, landscape architects, planners, ecologists, local authorities and other specialist consultants, to achieve successful, effective and sustainable outcomes in the built and natural environments for this project.
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