Lakelands Station Artworks

Located on the Mandurah Line between Warnbro and Mandurah stations, Lakelands Station will help ease the growing demand for public transport in the southern suburbs. Residents in Lakelands, Madora Bay and surrounds will have a new travel option to choose from with the newest Mandurah Line station being built in Lakelands.

Apparatus is collaborating with the consultant team and working with the PTA and METRONET Teams to develop the Sense of Place Statement and Public Art Plan and to deliver the Public Art Program. The Public Art Plan articulates and guides the delivery of creative interventions undertaken as part of the new Lakelands Station and is developed in alignment with METRONET’s Gnarla Biddi, Sustainability and METRONET Public Art Strategies.

Deliverables

  • Sense of Place Statement
  • Public Art Plan
  • Public Art Coordination

Outcomes

  • New station will provide another public transport option for local communities and ease pressure on existing stations.
  • More than 2,300 passengers are expected to board at Lakelands Station each day.
  • Design and delivery guided by the Noongar Reference Group and Community Reference Group.
  • PTA / METRONET project experience.
  • Experience consulting with PTA Noongar Reference Group and Community Reference Group.
  • Experience aligning public art outcomes with METRONET Public Art Strategy.

Project Details

Client

Location

  • Mandurah

Timeframe

  • 2020 - 2023
  • I’ve had the privilege of working with Helen, Mia and the Apparatus team on the Lakelands station project for Metronet/PTA. From the initial brief, to presentations, stakeholder meetings, community engagement workshops and art installation, the team have been highly supportive throughout the project.

    With clear and transparent communication and a high level of professionalism, Apparatus have assisted in achieving a quality project outcome. I highly recommend engaging their services.

    Thanks Apparatus!

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