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Parkland & Open Spaces

Parkland and Open Spaces

Public spaces will be an important part of Campbell 5. The area lies within a recreational open space corridor that runs along the edge of Lake Burley Griffin, making parklands and other open spaces a priority.

The north eastern corner of the precinct will become a traditional green. There will be grassed terraces, plazas, children’s play pods and exercise equipment areas and a central grassed swale incorporating Water Sensitive Urban Design principles.

An urban square, opening north onto the park and providing a pedestrian link to Constitution Avenue, will create a vibrant precinct linked to active ground floor developments. A network of safe, walkable spaces and paths into and through the site will cater for pedestrians and cyclists.

These new amenities add to the extensive recreational spaces within the well-established suburbs of Campbell and Reid. Learn more about the construction and works progress

Architectural Form & Design Excellence

Architectural Form and Design Excellence

The built form is to change across the site to reflect varied built outcomes. The fundamental principles are as follows:

Architectural form will be at articulated across the site to create variety and deliver high quality amenity.

In plan, the architectural form is carefully modulated to provide stepped relief and visual interest along the park frontages.

Building depth and height are controlled to ensure good passive design, cross ventilation and sun/day light access.

Development across the site will have a range of heights up to 25 metres along Constitution Avenue.

Building heights will progressively step down to lower heights as blocks move north towards Page Street.

The Campbell 5 Master plan facilitates architecture that reflects the transition from the future urban streetscape to the existing scale of Campbell.


Winner - 2015 Master Builders Association of the ACT
Canberra Contractors
Civil Subdivision and Civil Sustainable Construction

Winner – 2015 CCF Earth Awards
Category 3 - Projects $10million-$30 million