Granite, bronze, concrete
The seating forms emulate the surrounds including the smooth lines of water ripples and neighboring Matagarup Bridge while complimenting the Ador buildings’ organic precast details.
The swamps and shallow lakes in the islands of Goonagar, Kakaroomup and Yoondoorup provided hunting and fishing grounds for large numbers of Noongar People. Bush tucker, such as the edible interior rhizome root of Yanjidee (Bullrushes) filled the waterways of the Swan Coastal Plain and was collected by Noongar women.
Whadjuk Noongar place names and/or Noongar naming for the flora and fauna have been selected for use as a subtle detail.
The path is highlighted with a bronze perimeter and filigree pattern which is designed to break up the granite infills. The pattern emulates the water reflections of Melaleucas and Casuarinas and also the tree roots sprawling across the marshy ground.