Burrawang Walk, Kamay Botany Bay National Park
A new perspective on the first meeting of European and Aboriginal culture. A way to experience the landscape of the site and be immersed in nature. A walk that takes the visitor on a journey, linking significant sites such as the Welcome Wall, Meeting Place, Freshwater Stream, Banks’ Memorial, Jetty, Ferry Shelter Shed and Captain Cook’s Landing Place.
Saneia was part of the project design team from concept through to construction. She liaised with the client, consultants and on-site contractors and provided design advice during construction of the project. Key features included:
- Reconnecting a freshwater stream to Botany Bay
- Protecting endangered vegetation communities
- Restoration of native vegetation
- Protecting significant archaeological remains
Design, Documentation, Construction supervision, Community engagement.
This project was undertaken in collaboration with Freeman Ryan Design and Merrima Design while Saneia was employed at the NSW Government Architect’s Office.