The Creative Quarter precinct is located at the southern terminus of the Sir Charles Court Promenade, adjacent to key centres for learning in the arts, humanities and engineering disciplines. The redevelopment of this area will provide new facilities, amenities and opportunities for activation at all times of the day, creating a vibrant space where staff, students and visitors to campus can relax, enjoy and collaborate - a place to linger for longer.
The redevelopment will book-end the recently completed Wesfarmers Court refurbishment at the northern end of campus, and also provide much-needed facilities encouraging cycling as a convenient and sustainable mode of transport to and from the Perth campus.
End of Trip Facilities
Secure access bicycle storage for approximately 200 bicycles (180 within the Cycle Hub, plus 20 external)
All Access shared wash, change and locker facilities
An open roof deck above the cycle hub, accessed via the sloping green roof and lift
General landscape upgrades through protection of the existing pine trees, retention of lawn areas and the inclusion of additional planting
Upgrades to paving throughout the precinct, clarifying access and movement paths through and around the area and adjacent buildings
An all-weather canopy to create year round shading, weather protection and comfortable seating
A sea container gallery for the display of student works
Opportunities for place activation, supporting food trucks, outdoor events, casual activities and relaxation
A games court with an adjacent deck and casual furniture
Enhanced place experience at the southern end of the Perth campus
Secure bike storage with high quality end of trip facilities and storage, of a standard currently unavailable on campus