Designed to bring civic life back to the heart of Fremantle, the Walyalup Civic Centre is integral in connecting the city to the people.
The Centre incorporates the heritage Fremantle Town Hall and surrounds, by reimagining the space with a contemporary design, industry-leading sustainability and urban planning practices.
It is for this reason that the Walyalup Civic Centre has been celebrated with a suite of awards at the Australian Institute of Architects (WA).
- George Temple Poole Award
- Jeffrey Howlett Award for Public Architecture
- John Septimus Roe Award for Urban Design
- And a commendation in the Sustainable Architecture category
By connecting the City of Fremantle Council, the Fremantle Library and a visitor centre with meeting rooms, galleries and exhibition spaces for public use, the Walyalup Civic Centre invites the community back to shared spaces, purposely created for them.
With community at the forefront, the Walyalup Civic Centre is now home to a myriad of locally run events, specially designed activations and a local hang out (and place of reprieve) for city workers and families.
Congratulations to Kerry Hill Architects who were our key partner in bringing this project to life.
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