ANZAC Peace Park

Albany, WA

During World War I Albany was the key assembly and departure point for Australian and New Zealand troopships. In 2005 the city council engaged Freeman Ryan Design in association with landscape architects Syrinx Environmental to design a park on the foreshore of Princess Royal Harbour that would form a historically rich and environmentally conscious interface with the city and be a focal point for remembrance of the Anzac tradition, of peace, and of Albany’s significant role during World War 1. A central element of the design is to provide an integrated interpretive experience. FRD produced a comprehensive Interpretation Plan for the site, and, guided by this plan, has developed content and design for interpretive elements within the park.

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