Ocean Reef Marina Public Art and Interpretation Plan

Ocean Reef Marina is set to become a world-class waterfront precinct providing recreational, tourism, residential and boating facilities.

When complete, the development will feature 12,000sqm of retail and commercial space, capacity for up to 550 boat pens and 200 boat stackers, around 1,000 homes and more than 5ha of community spaces. The development of the Public Ream Masterplan (UDLA) adopted in 2020 was driven through a participatory design process, broad community engagement and coordination with consultants and stakeholders.

Apparatus were awarded the contract to work in collaboration with UDLA on integrating public art and interpretative elmeents into the public realm design. Apparatus will be working with DevelopmentWA, UDLA, the Wadjuk Working Party, and the City of Joondalup on integrating public art design, utilising the salvaged materials where possible and responding to the Heritage studies and reports through interpretative elements.

Outcomes

  • Public Art + Interpretation Plan articulated the cultural and social value of the site with public art and interpretation to be integrated into the Landscape Design.
  • Research and consultation with Whadjuk Elders.
  • Reveal the value of the site’s cultural heritage.
  • Researching the history of a place.
  • Consultation with Whadjuk Elders.
  • Revealing cultural heritage through interpretation and public art.
  • Delivery of emblematic artworks.
  • Local Whadjuk stories are told.

Project Details

Location

  • Ocean Reef Marina

Timeframe

  • 2021+

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  • Regional
  • Transport
  • Education
  • Percent for Art
  • Public Art Coordination
  • Design Assist
  • Civic
  • Commercial

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Esperance Civic Centre

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Esperance Indoor Sports Stadium Mural

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Canning War Memorial

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Curtin University School of Design and the Built Environment

Exchange Precinct Artworks

Koombana Bay Foreshore Public Art

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Esperance Lost at Sea Memorial

Melville Artwork Coordination 2016

Melville Artwork Coordination 2018

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Eglinton Station Artworks RFP

Yanchep Station ACP

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East Fremantle Town Hall Acquisitions

PPAF Strategic Planning

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New Midland Station

East Pilbara Public Art Policy

PTA IA LRX

Salvado Road Public Art

Covalent Lithium Public Art Plan

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.